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Yunli in Honkai: Star Rail Is a Physical Destruction Character

HoYoVerse has revealed Yunli, who’ll be a new playable character in Honkai: Star Rail Version 2.4. She’ll be a 5-star Physical Destruction character.

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Yunli is a sword hunter from the Xianzhou Zhuming, as well as the granddaughter of General Huaiyan. She has a frank and straightforward personality, and is capable of both forging and swordsmanship. Like Yanqing, she is a prodigal swordmaster. However, her allegiance is to the Flamewheel Octet. Her goal is to wipe out all of the cursed swords that came from the Zhuming and she has a burning hatred of them. She’s similar to Firefly, who’ll debut as a playable unit in 2.3, in that they share the same Type and Path, as well as have green in their outfits and fire in their aesthetics.

Her English voice actress will be Brenna Larsen. Larsen’s previous roles include Share Bear in Care Bears: Unlock the Magic and Navia in Genshin Impact. In Chinese, Liu Wen will play Yunli. Liu voiced Pearl and Trucy in Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy and characters like Croissant in Arknights. Finally, Shion Wakayama will voice Yunli in Japanese. Wakayama’s past roles include Takina in Lycoris Recoil and Lila in Ys X: Nordics.

Honkai: Star Rail is readily available on the PS5, Windows PC, and mobile devices. Yunli will appear as a playable character in Honkai: Star Rail Version 2.4.

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