Honkai Star Rail’s Qingque is a cheerful-looking girl who wields mahjong-like tiles, and we’re about to go over what we know about her right here. She’s a four-star unit that you get for free in the Forgotten Hall, which uses the quantum element. She packs a punch with those small tiles! You can learn all about her best build, light cones, skills, and even hear a little bit about her background.
Here’s everything you need to know about Honkai Star Rail’s Qingque.
Qingque’s affiliation with the Erudution path places her in the role of dealing damage to multiple enemies at once, though her first attack is a single-target attack. From this, we can see that she needs plenty of attack and of course, a quantum damage boost from relics, if we’re lucky enough to grab those.
Qingque’s attack buffs rely on a random selection of tiles (you can see them under her icon on the screen) that she collects while in battle. When she gets four matching tiles, she automatically enhances her next attack – however, there is no way to assist her in doing this. Putting a set of attack-boosting relics on Qingque won’t go amiss for her build.
These are the Honkai Star Rail light cones we recommend for Qingque. Today is Another Peaceful Day is made with Qingque in mind, so is the best choice, but we all know what that pesky gacha is like…
|Light cone||Effect||How to obtain|
|Today is Another Peaceful Day (four-star)||Increases Qingque’s damage based on her max energy. Her damage increases by 0.2% per point, up to a total of 160 energy||Gacha|
|Night on the Milky Way (five-star)||For every enemy on the field, Qingque’s attack increases by 8% up to five times. If an enemy is inflicted with weakness break, Qingque’s damage increases by 24% for one turn||Gacha|
|Sagacity (three-star)||Increases Qingque’s attack by 24% for two turns when she unleashes her ultimate||Gacha|
|The Seriousness of Breakfast (four-star)||Increases Qingque’s damage by 24%. Each time she defeats an enemy, it increases further and stacks up to four times.||Level reward|
Ideally, your Qingque should have a set of the Genius of Brilliant Stars relics, but there are other options if the RNG isn’t giving you what you need.
To further boost Qingque’s attack, we recommend equipping her with the Space Sealing Station planar ornament set. This is one of the easier Planetary Ornament sets to get and it gives her normal attack and ultimate a nice little buff, especially if her speed is increased.
|Relic||Effect||How to obtain|
|Genius of Brilliant Stars||Two pieces equipped: Increases quantum damage by 10%
Four pieces equipped: When Qingque attacks an enemy, the damage dealt ignores 10% of their defense. If the enemy has a quantum weakness, ignore an additional 10%
|Cavern of Corrosion: Path of Providence in Jarilo-V’s Everwinter Hill|
|Musketeer of Wild Wheat||Two pieces equipped: Increases attack by 12%
Four pieces equipped: increases Qingque’s speed by 6% and her basic attack damage by 10%
|Cavern of Corrosion: Path of Drifting in Jarilo-VI’s Corridor of Fading Echoes|
|Relic||Effect||How to obtain|
|Space Sealing Station||Two pieces equipped: Increases Qingque’s attack by 12%. When Qingque’s speed reaches 120 or higher, her attack increases by another 12%||Immersion Reward Devices in World 3 of the Simulated Universe|
|Rutilant Arena||Two pieces equipped: Increases Qingque’s crit rate by 8%. When her current crit rate reaches 70% or higher, her basic attack and skill damage increase by 20%.||Immersion Reward Devices in World 7 of the Simulated Universe|
Relic stat recommendations
- Body: Attack
- Feet: Speed
- Link rope: Energy regeneration
- Planar sphere: Quantum damage increase
- Crit damage, crit rate
Here’s what Qingque has up her sleeve to throw at the enemy in battle, using her quantum elemental skills.
|Basic attack: Flower Pick||Qingque deals quantum damage equal to 50% of her attack stat to a single enemy|
|Skill: A Scoop of Moon||Increases Qingque’s damage for one turn by 14% and can stack up to four times|
|Ultimate: A Quartet? Woo-Hoo!||Qingque deals quantum damage equal to 120% of her attack|
|Celestial Jade||At the beginning of an ally’s turn, Qingque draws a tile. She can hold up to four tiles at once. If Qingque holds four of the same suit, she enters the Hidden Hand state which buffs her attack and enhances her basic attack. This state will end when she performs an enhanced basic attack|
|Game Solitaire||After using this skill, Qingque draws two jade tiles at the beginning of a battle|
|Tile Battle (unlocked at ascension two)||Qingque recovers one skill point after she uses her skill for the first time in each fight|
|Bide Time (unlocked at ascension four)||When using her skill, Qingque’s next attack’s damage increases by 10%|
|Winning Hand (unlocked at ascension six)||Qingque’s speed increases by 10% for every turn after using her enhanced basic attack|
If you’ve ever played Genshin Impact, you’re likely aware of what a constellation is. Well, in Honkai Star Rail, eidolons are pretty much the exact same thing – a boost you gain with every copy of a character you pull.
|Level one: Rise Through the Tiles||Qingque’s ultimate deals 10% more damage|
|Level two: Sleep on the Tiles||Each time Draw Tile triggers, Qingque regenerates one energy|
|Level three: Read Between the Tiles||Increases Qingque’s ultimate level by two. The maximum level is 15. Her talent level raises by two, with a maximum of 15|
|Level four: Right on the Tiles||After using her skill, Qingque has a 24% chance to gain Autarky. This allows her to launch a follow-up attack that deals quantum damage equal to 100% of her previous attacks’ damage|
|Level five: Gambit for the Tiles||Increases Qingque’s skill level by two. The maximum level is 15, and her basic attack level by one, up to a maximum of ten|
|Level six: Prevail Beyond the Titles||Qingque recovers one skill point after using her enhanced basic attack|
Xianzan Luofo’s Qingque has a few requirements to get her ascended up to level 70 and beyond. The following is what you need to do just that. Void cast iron drops from the Base Zone’s Honkai Star Rail stagnant shadow on the Herta Space Station.
|20||3,200||Four thief’s instinct|
|30||6,400||Eight thief’s instinct|
|40||12,800||Two void cast iron and five usurper’s scheme|
|50||32,000||Five void cast iron and eight usurper’s scheme|
|60||64,000||15 void cast iron and five conquerors will|
|70||128,000||28 void cast iron and seven conquerors will|
Qingque is a Diviner in the Divination Commission, who originally took the job to please her parents, and now makes sure she has plenty of time to slack off play tiles while on the clock. She’s affiliated with the Xianzhou Luofo, the Xianzhou Alliance’s warship. The Alliance is one of the factions in Honkai Star Rail, and we get to visit the ship as the second area in the game, along with meeting Qingque.
Qingque follows the Erudition path, out of the seven available choices, and fights with the quantum element. Her kit focuses on multiple target damage.
For more Honkai Star Rail details, check out our beta build guides for Honkai Star Rail’s Jing Yuan, Honkai Star Rail’s Herta, and Honkai Star Rail’s Dan Heng. Or head back into Teyvat and build Genshin Impact’s Ayato or Genshin Impact’s Zhongli.