Why is Blade’s Information Missing in Honkai: Star Rail? – Answered

This is just petty, Dan Heng

Screenshot from Honkai: Star Rail YouTube Blade Trailer — "Death Approaches"

Each character in Honkai: Star Rail is recorded in the Data Bank, presumably by Dan Heng since his room is in the archives; however, if you own this character, then you may notice that Blade’s information happens to be missing. 

What Happened to Blade’s Information in the Data Banks of Honkai: Star Rail?

Blade’s missing information is a bug that Hoyoverse recently acknowledged. There are also missing details when it comes to Blade’s Light Cone, “The Unreachable Side” (Destruction). In hindsight, this is something that can easily be overlooked, and Trailblazers shouldn’t worry about them being missing or your file being corrupted. Hoyoverse has stated in their recent Game Optimization and Known Issues tab that this will be corrected in the future.

Honkai: Star Rail has a massive archive for all of the characters, enemies, and books you’ve collected or encountered on your journey. But not all of the available characters actually have that information readily available. For players who own Blade, they’ll notice he is actually missing the Information tab on his Character Profile when selected in your roster. 

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Even if players were to go to the Data Banks in their menu and go to All Characters, Blade’s information is also excluded. Now, this isn’t just because Dan Heng is in charge of keeping and maintaining all of the information that comes and goes through the archives, despite how funny that would be. Nor is it a result of the Kafka Companion Quest that is available in 1.2.

As to when that is, be sure to check back with us as we follow the curious bugs and oversights that happen since, well, they are pretty funny when tied to canon events. For more articles on Honkai: Star Rail, be sure to check out the game tag just below.

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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.