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Honkai: Star Rail Penacony Treasure Chest Locations and Map

Penaconia is the third area you will visit Honkai: Star Railand with that comes something new treasure And riddles to finish on the planet. With over 100 new things to discover, there can be a lot to go through at once.

Many locations in Penacony will only unlock once you complete a certain portion of Trailblaze’s main missions or complete certain puzzles. For this reason, we recommend hunting all the treasures once the story is completed.

Most maps contain hidden loot and this loot extends beyond just treasure chests. When you open the card you will notice a chest icon in the upper left corner with numbers next to it. This indicates how many types of loot you have found. However, this counter only lists treasures that are not locked behind puzzles or formidable enemies (the powerful monsters that guard the chests) and Warp Trotters.


How Penacony Treasure Chests Work

Opening chests and solving puzzles around Penacony will reward you with Clock credits, which you can exchange to upgrade the Clockie statue in the center of Golden Hour. Upgrading the statue earns you rewards like Stellar Jade and other goodies.

There are many new types of puzzles in Penacony, including sliding mirror puzzles and literal puzzles (with pieces you must insert to create a picture). Most notably, there is a new type of collectible found under the treasure chest drop-down menu when looking at the cards: “Stately trash cans.” These trash cans will ask you a question and if you answer correctly, they will give you a reward. If you answer wrong, they’ll engage you in a fight – and you’ll still get the same reward afterwards, so don’t worry if you answer wrong.

Penacony also has many maps where you’ll walk on walls; the map is there 3D. While it’s obviously difficult for us to convey information about where to find each chest, Warp Trotter, or Lordly Trashcan in these spaces, we’ve done our best to show where the chests are by using circles to indicate what platform the item is on.


Reverie Treasure Chest Locations (Reality)

The Daydream (Reality) F1

A map of the first floor of The Reverie (Reality) in Honkai: Star Rail

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The Reverie (Reality) F2

A map of the second floor of The Reverie (Reality) in Honkai: Star Rail

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The Reverie (Reality) F3

A map of the third floor of The Reverie (Reality) in Honkai: Star Rail

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The first door from the left opens when you complete the quest “Cosmic Star”. The second door from the left requires doing the quest “Trees as Peace” to open.


Golden Hour Treasure Chest Locations

F1 golden hour

A map of the first floor of Golden Hour in Honkai: Star Rail

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You need to use the Hanu TV on the second floor of Golden Hour to access the small room to the southwest.

Golden Hour F2

A map of the second floor of Golden Hour in Honkai: Star Rail

Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

Golden Hour F3

A map of the third floor of Golden Hour in Honkai: Star Rail

Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse


Dream’s Edge Treasure Chest Locations

A map of Dream's Edge in Honkai: Star Rail

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Treasure Chest Locations from a Child’s Dream

A map of a child's dream in Honkai: Star Rail

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Dreamscape Treasure Chest Locations

Dreamscape F1

A map of the first floor of The Reverie (Dreamscape) in Honkai: Star Rail

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To access the southernmost part of this level and access Room 3D, you must enter the arcane artwork located on the east side of F3, indicated by the icon of a crossed out board through She.

The Reverie (Dreamscape) F2

A map of the second floor of The Reverie (Dreamscape) in Honkai: Star Rail

Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

The Reverie (Dreamscape) F3

A map of the third floor of The Reverie (Dreamscape) in Honkai: Star Rail

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Dewlight Pavilion Treasure Chest Locations

Dewlight Pavilion (F1)

A map of the first floor of the Dewlight Pavillion in Honkai: Star Rail

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Dewlight Pavilion (F2)

A map of the second floor of the Dewlight Pavillion in Honkai: Star Rail

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To access Room 3D to the northeast, you will need to speak to Burton, an NPC just outside the door. After running through the 3D room a few times and finding chests (which don’t contribute to the chest counter in the corner of the map), you’ll eventually come to a Hanu puzzle. The two chests which TO DO contributing to the counter are part of the Hanu puzzle.

Dewlight Pavilion (City Sandpit)

A map of the Dewlight Pavilion sandbox in Honkai: Star Rail

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Clock Studios Theme Park Treasure Chest Locations

Clock Studios Theme Park (F1)

A shot of the first floor of the Clock Studios theme park in Honkai: Star Rail

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To reach this northern area, you will need to go through a Hanu door, accessible from the northern area of ​​the second floor.

Clock Studios Theme Park (F2)

A map of the second floor of the Clock Studios theme park in Honkai: Star Rail

Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

One of the treasure chests in the southern Hanu puzzle area can be tricky. The hidden chest is behind the panel next to the Hanu TV, and you will need to use Hanu’s small stature to get behind it.

Another hidden chest can be found beyond the Bubble Pinball Machine to the south. Set it up like this to shoot towards a hidden platform:

A pinball machine in Honkai: Star Rail configured to fire off-screen.

Image: Hoyoverse via Polygon


Dreamflux Reef Treasure Chest Locations

Dream flow reef (F1)

A map of the first floor of Dreamflux Reef in Honkai: Star Rail

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Interact with the purple bubbles to the south to obtain the first Lord Trashcan in the area.

Dream flow reef (F2)

The second floor of Dreamflux Reef in Honkai: Star Rail

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To access the east roof area, insert an Aideen Token into the lamp post in the plaza connection area.


SoulGlad Scorchsand Audition Venue Treasure Chest Locations

The SoulGlad Scorchsand Audition Room in Honkai: Star Rail

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Paths that you did not take during the main storyline portion of this area will become available once you complete the adventure mission.Holidays in Sable Brûlé.”

Note that each of these areas has secret paths to unlock other things in each area. To unlock these paths, you will need to speak to the Soda-headed NPC in each area, then enter the Audition shuttle. When you select a path to take, the bottom right corner will tell you what you need to do to create the secret path. If you’re having trouble, just keep pressing the buttons marked with a question mark until the three checkmarks appear in the corner.

We honestly recommend going through this area for the story, then doing the aforementioned side quest, while stopping to talk to any Mr. Soda NPCs you see. Talk to the six people in each area, then activate the secrets in the hearing shuttles. Then you can finally explore each area to the fullest.

Given the complexity of this map, we have divided each area according to the number by which they are classified in the game.

SoulGlad Scorchsand Audition Room Area 1

Maps of the Acting and Action Challenge zones in the SoulGlad Scorchsand zone in Honkai: Star Rail

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The Lordly Trashcans and Warp Trotter will only appear if you took the aforementioned hidden route to these areas.

SoulGlad Scorchsand Audition Room Area 2

Maps of the Time Trial and Gunfire in the SoulGlad Scorchsand region of Honkai: Star Rail

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The lowest floor of the Gunfire Trial and the smaller, puzzle-filled islands on the east side of the Time Trial are locked behind hidden routes to these areas.

SoulGlad Scorchsand Audition Room Area 3

Maps for Arena I and Arena II in Honkai: Star Rail

Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

The chests on these maps will appear no matter which path you take here, but there will be a little surprise for you in the central areas of both arenas if you take the hidden routes.


Penacony Grand Theater Treasure Chest Locations

A huge map of the Penacony Grand Theater in Honkai: Star Rail

Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

The 3D Dreamscape rooms in this area are huge, but luckily you should be able to stumble across all the chests fairly quickly if you just follow the path through each area. The path through each 3D room is fairly linear, so there aren’t many places to get lost, thankfully.

The southeast 3D room has a side quest. Talk to the NPC just outside the portal to start the quest “Loothhunt in Mazeville”. All chests inside only correlate to the quest – there are no chests that count towards the treasure meter that appears on the map, which is why it is not shown on our map.

The piles of chests on the east side near the bar also relate to the Hanu puzzle nearby. Completing the challenge will spawn three chests.


If you’re looking for more chests and loot Honkai: Star Railyou can also view our complete maps of the Herta space station, Xianzhou Luofu and Jarilo-VI.