Honkai Star Rail Sunday
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Honkai Star Rail Beauty and Destruction choices and answers for Sunday

Here's how to answer Sunday's questions.

During the main storyline of Honkai Star Rail version 2.2, you’ll be forced to make some difficult decisions when you reach the Beauty and Destruction Trailblaze Mission.

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In an attempt to make you see things from his perspective, Sunday presents you with a trio of moral quandaries with no right answers. You can talk with your crew and hear what they think, but ultimately, the fate of the Charmony Dove, Dreamseeker, and Robin are up to you. Remember, there are no wrong answers and nothing will change depending on your answers.

Build a Bird Nest or a Cage for the Charmony Dove?

Honkai Star Rail Charmony Dove
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The first scenario that Sunday presents you with concerns the fate of the Charmony Dove that he and Robin took care of as children. You can either build a cage for the Charmony Dove or build a bird nest on the spot.

If you choose to build a cage for the little Charmony Dove, Sunday will explain that the bird gets nursed back to health and eventually released so it can try to fly. It never succeeds in taking off, though, and it ultimately ends up dead. If you choose to build a bird nest on the spot, Sunday will remind you of the many natural predators that prey on Charmony Doves. The bird will die a painful death before it can fully heal.

Remain Silent or Convince the Bloodhounds?

Honkai Star Rail Dreamchaser's Destiny
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For the second scenario, Sunday recalls the time he met a desperate Dreamseeker who sold everything — including his two children — to reach Penacony in the hopes of becoming rich. The Bloodhounds are after him for his illegal entry, but he really needs to stay in Penacony so he can make enough money to buy his children out of slavery.

If you choose to remain silent and enforce the law, Sunday will explain that there’s no happy ending in store for the man. If he evades capture, he’ll die from delirium since stowaways can’t enter Penacony’s Dreamscape. If he gets caught, he’ll suffer a severe punishment.

On the other hand, choosing to convince the Bloodhounds to cease pursuit doesn’t lead to a happy ending, either. He becomes successful after all but gets exiled from Penacony after trying to take over the Alfalfa Family. When Sunday meets him and asks about his two children, he simply replies “What children?”

Stop Robin from Going on Her Journey?

Honkai Star Rail Support Robin
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Finally, Sunday asks you what you would do with Robin after learning that she took a bullet to the neck while spreading the Harmony throughout the stars. You can either stop Robin from going on her journey or support her. Since this is still up in the air and Robin is out and about, Sunday doesn’t have any outcomes to describe. He can understand both perspectives though, so there isn’t a wrong answer here.

Remember, these choices don’t affect the story of Honkai Star Rail. All that changes is Sunday’s reactions depending on your decisions. You’ll still continue down the same main story path and explore the same areas. From here, it’s time to head to the Penacony Grand Theater to wrap up this portion of the Penacony storyline.


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