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Honkai Star Rail Lynx Build Guide: Relics, Light Cones, Eidolons, and Abilities

Lynx is a great 4-star Quantum healer.

Lynx is a 4-star Quantum Abundance character in Honkai Star Rail. She’s been featured on quite a few banners and has been given away for free, so plenty of players have her. She’s one of the best F2P healers in the entire game, especially if you build her correctly.

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While other Abundance characters like Natasha or Bailu are either easier to come by or significantly better than anyone else, Lynx’s unique combination of Quantum damage and the Abundance path makes her one of the most versatile units in the game. If you need a good healer in Honkai Star Rail, look no further than Lynx.

Best Light Cones for Lynx in Honkai Star Rail

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Lynx is a great and accessible healer for free-to-play players or those without access to stronger defensive characters, such as Luocha or Fu Xuan. Lynx brings a lot to the table herself. She works well with a lot of different Light Cones, so you should have something that fits no matter what.

Time Waits for No One

This 5-star Light Cone increases the wearer’s Max HP by 18% and outgoing healing by 12%. This is the Light Cone that best increases Lynx’s healing. It’s Bailu’s signature Light Cone, but it works just as well with Lynx. You have to get lucky with the gacha system to get this though. You can purchase it for 600 Undying Starlight in the store if you’re willing to save up, but that will take a super long time.

Related: Best Lynx team comps in Honkai: Star Rail

Post-Op Conversation

This is one of the most common 4-star Light Cones in the game, and it’s one that you likely have in your collection if you’ve been pulling on any of Honkai Star Rail’s banners. Post-Op Conversation increases Lynx’s Outgoing Healing by 12% and Energy Regeneration Rate by 8%, allowing her to use her Ultimate more often.

Quid Pro Quo

Another great 4-star option, Quid Pro Quo can be purchased from the Forgotten Hall shop with Lucent Afterglow or obtained as a reward from Echo of War. This is a good utility-based Light Cone if you feel as if you don’t need the extra stats to increase Lynx’s healing. This Light Cone will regenerate eight Energy for a random ally at the start of Lynx’s turn, which can be a good way to ensure your allies can use their Ultimates more often.

Best Relics for Lynx in Honkai Star Rail

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The best Relic setup for Lynx is a hybrid build that uses two pieces of Longevous Disciple, which increases Lynx’s max HP, and Passerby of Wandering Cloud, which increases her outgoing healing. Lynx’s healing scales with her HP stat, so the boost to her maximum health is appreciated. Also, the boost to outgoing healing is self-explanatory.

For her planar ornaments, use the Fleet of the Ageless set. This set will increase Lynx’s HP by 12%, increasing her healing output. If Lynx’s speed is 120 or higher, you can also buff your team’s overall attack by 8%, which goes a long way.

Lynx Stat Priority

Like most Abundance characters, Lynx’s abilities scale with her HP stat. That means you’re going to want to prioritize HP on all her Relics, plus some other things that go great with healers. Here’s what you should look for when it comes to the main stats on your Relics for Lynx.

  • Body: HP% or Outgoing Healing boost
  • Feet: Speed
  • Planar Sphere: HP%
  • Link Rope: Energy Regeneration Rate

All of these main stats will maximize Lynx’s healing output and let her use her Ultimate ability way more often than you’ll need it. For substats, prioritize speed and HP% to squeeze every last bit of potential out of each piece.

Lynx Eidolons

EidolonEffect
Morning of Snow HikeWhen healing allies with HP equal to or lower than 50%, Lynx’s Outgoing Healing increases by 20%. This effect also works on continuous healing.
Noon of Portable FurnaceA target with “Survival Response” can resist debuff application for 1 time(s).
Afternoon of Avalanche BeaconSkill Lv. +2, up to a maximum of Lv. 15. Basic ATK Lv. +1, up to a maximum of Lv. 10.
Dusk of Warm CampfireWhen “Survival Response” is gained, increases the target’s ATK by an amount equal to 3% of Lynx’s Max HP for 1 turn(s).
Night of Aurora TeaUltimate Lv. +2, up to a maximum of Lv. 15
Talent Lv. +2, up to a maximum of Lv. 15.
Dawn of Explorers’ ChartAdditionally boosts the Max HP increasing effect of “Survival Response” by an amount equal to 6% of Lynx’s Max HP and increases Effect RES by 30%.

For a 4-star character, Lynx is surprisingly capable in endgame content and the later stages of the Forgotten Hall. She’s also helpful in the new Pure Fiction mode, too.


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