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Take The Left Envelope Or Right Envelope In Honkai Star Rail

On Jarilo VI there is a postbox that gives you a choice in Honkai: Star Rail. This guide on Take The Left Envelope Or Right Envelope In Honkai Star Rail tells you what happens when you select either of the envelopes as after you make your choice, you lose the other.

The game explains that both letters are jammed into the little slot om the mailbox. At this point you are given three choices. You can choose to take the left envelope, take the right envelope, or push in both envelopes.

Take The Left Envelope Or Right Envelope In Honkai Star Rail

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Honkai Star Rail is not a traditional single-player game so it’s not as easy as simply making a choice and reloading. As such, it’s important that you understand these choices will remain. For this particular choice, it seems relatively harmless.

If you choose take the left envelope
If you take the left envelope you get 1,000 credits and an item called Undelivered Letter 3 with the description “An envelope found in Belobog”.

If you choose take the right envelope
You also get 1,000 credits and an undelivered letter number 4.

If you choose to push in both envelopes
If you push both envelopes through you get an item called Praise of High Morals. You can spend Praise of High Morals at a fountain in town – Huge thanks to Stephen. We’ll update once we know more.

Check back soon for more Honkai Star Rail guides.

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