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Honkai: Star Rail Jade Trailer Shows Her as Lady Bonajade

Ahead of her playable debut in Honkai: Star Rail, HoYoVerse has released a new animated trailer for Jade, focusing primarily on her identity as Lady Bonajade. Those who have played the Version 2.3 story should be familiar with the types of contracts Jade makes in this role.

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You can watch the “Bonajade Exchange” trailer for Jade here:

It’s also available in Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.

In it, we see Jade forming a contract with someone, who seemed to want riches from her. Though her deals seem fair, they tend to lead the contractor to ruin. We can see this in the 2.3 story as well, where the people who make deals with Jade (Lady Bonajade) get what they want but the fallout from the aftermath might seem steep from an outsider’s perspective.

Jade will be a 5-star Quantum Erudition character in Honkai: Star Rail and, like with other characters, HoYoVerse has released multiple trailers introducing her play style and role. In the story, she is an IPC Stoneheart who appeared on Penacony to help Topaz and Aventurine in taking it over. As for her play style, she works as a sub-DPS and support. Not only can she deal follow-up attacks, much like her fellow Stonehearts Topaz and Aventurine, but she is also able to buff an ally or herself with her Skill.

Honkai: Star Rail is readily available on the PS5, Windows PC, and mobile devices.

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