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The Legend of the Galactic Baseballer Honkai: Star Rail Event Guide

Honkai: Star Rail’s latest limited-time event is Legend of the Galactic Baseballer, a battle simulator where your characters go head-to-head with waves of enemies. This guide will explain how to complete the Legend of the Galactic Baseballer Honkai: Star Rail event.

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How to Start Legend of the Galactic Baseballer in Honkai: Star Rail

To start the Honkai: Star Rail Legend of the Galactic Baseballer event, you must go to the Golden Hour in Penacony. If you go to the event preview page, the game will actually guide you to Giovanni, the man who you must speak to to trigger the event. There is an arcade cabinet next to him that you can use to hold the event.

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Legend of the Galactic Baseballer Rules

The Legend of the Galactic Baseballer is a rogue-like battle simulator. Defeating enemies increases your level, and every time you level up, you will receive a bonus. Although you have to use your own characters for the event, each stage also has trial characters you can select.

By defeating waves of enemies, each subsequent wave will be stronger. You will encounter Elite Enemies at the mid-point and a boss during the final wave. The game has various stages called planets. There are six total planets.

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Legend of the Galactic Baseballer Upgrades

Your upgrades will fall into two categories: Weapon and Accessory. Weapons are additional entities that act at some point in the turn order. Accessories power up your characters and make them deal more damage. You can equip up to three Weapon upgrades and up to four upgrades.

You’re also able to level up your upgrades by selecting them more than once. Each time you defeat an Elite Enemy, you receive a Cosmic Treasure. Cosmic Treasure is a simple level-up for some of your Upgrades, making them stronger overall.

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Legend of the Galactic Baseballer Synthesis

Once you have leveled up your Upgrades to a certain amount, you can unlock Legendary Weapons. Each Synthesis has a recipe. After you obtain the right Upgrades and level them up to a certain level, you will then be able to combine them into a Legendary Weapon.

For example, a level four Ranger’s Longbow weapon and a level one Wind Shear Arrows accessory can be synthesized together to create the Legendary Weapon Headwind Bow. Legendary Weapons are more powerful Upgrades that replace the original weapon in its original slot. They are essential for taking down the final boss.

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All Honkai: Star Rail Legend of the Galactic Baseballer Rewards

Rewards are obtained from clearing different worlds. Doing so will increase your Cosmic Reputation Level, leveling you up and granting you rewards. You can also get rewards for clearing each planet.

Here is a list of every reward you can get in the Legend of the Galactic Baseballer event:

  • Stellar Jades
  • Credits
  • Character level-up materials
  • Weapon level-up materials
  • Tracks of Destiny
  • Relic Remains
  • Destined Expiration (used to level up Boothill)
  • Self-Modeling Resin

Honkai: Star Rail is now available on iOS, Android, PlayStation 5, and PC.

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