Can You Get Run Over in Honkai: Star Rail? – Answered

You’ll never take me alive!

One of the exciting things about the Upperworld in Belabog is the many moving components of the city. Honkai: Star Rail has spared no expense when it comes to making this game feel as open as possible, even if it’s really just a pretty sandbox we get to kick around in. There are plenty of things to discover and uncover when it comes to the trashcans, the dumpsters, the mailboxes, and the closets in this game! But one of the most notorious villains of all is yet to come… Train-Senpai! So, can you get run over in Honkai: Star Rail?

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Can You Get Run Over in Honkai: Star Rail?

Is it possible to get isekaied twice in one game? I mean, we’ve already kind of teleported here in a new vessel, got a god-tier item placed inside of us, and now we’re running around making friends and enemies wherever we go. So we got transferred to this world, can we get isekaied by Train-Senpai again?

The answer is… *drumroll please* … Nope! The trains that you see transporting people to and fro will actually slow to a stop if you position your character in front of it. What a shame… I mean, how safe! Not every game can be Overwatch or Overwatch 2 where you just get decimated by incoming traffic. Guess the drivers in Belabog are just a little bit more conscious about keeping their licenses and not unaliving their source of business. 

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We only answer important questions here at Prima! So be sure to check out if you’re able to pet dogs in Honkai: Star Rail! Peppy is so cute, it’d be a crime if we were unable to tell them how much of a good dog they are! And if you got friends, be sure to find out how to add them to your friend list so you both can gush about how cute Peppy is. Happy Trailblazing!

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Jordan Lemons
Jordan is a college student jumping into the world of gaming journalism. Some of her favorite games would include but are most certainly not limited to Genshin Impact, Final Fantasy, Ace Attorney, and Danganronpa.