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Honkai: Star Rail Ruan Mei Creation Plush Toys and Cat Beds Appear

The miHoYo flagship store on Alibaba will open up pre-orders for merchandise that look like Ruan Mei’s Creations from Honkai: Star Rail. You’ll be able to get tissue cases that look like Trash Cake and Rice Dumpling, as well as a cat bed that looks like Trash Cake’s shell. [Thanks, heiankyo_327!]

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In the game, Trash Cake is the cat cake that looks like the Trailblazer. Rice Dumpling is the one that looks like Dan Heng. The tissue cases cost 99 CNY ($13.60) each and the bed costs 299 CNY ($41.15). Both items will be available for purchase from July 10, 2024.

For starters, the Trash Cake shell cat pod can be used as a seat as well, meaning you can sit on it while your cat relaxes in it. It can hold up to 75 kilograms, so mind that you don’t put anything too heavy on top lest it crushes the cat inside. You can remove the top layer to clean it, as well as if your cat scratches it up. Meanwhile, the tissue cases are fluffy and can serve as decoration if you don’t plan on using it to cover up your tissue boxes. The undersides of the paws even have little toe beans.

In Honkai: Star Rail, Ruan Mei’s Creations are a mixture between cat and snack. She left them all over Herta Space Station and you can find them in the Seclusion Zone. You are also able to breed your own in a permanent event.

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

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