This is a detailed ranking of all the Light Cones from the Nameless Honor in Honkai: Star Rail.
Honkai: Star Rail is a popular turn-based action role-playing game developed by miHoYo, the makers of another popular title, Genshin Impact. The game was released. The free-to-play title will released on April 26, 2023, for PC, Android, and iOS but later released for PlayStation 5.
Just like Genshin Impact, Honkai: Star Rail offers a Battle Pass to players called Nameless Honor in the game, which provides tons of Stellar Jades, EXP materials, and other rewards.
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In addition to those rewards, Nameless Honor also offers players a selection of really good light cones that you can use on your players. The battle pass offers seven premium light cones for each Path in the game, and you can only choose one from each battle pass.
After unlocking the Nameless Honor for $10, players must reach level 30 to claim their desired light cone. So this small guide will rank all the light cones from best to worst to help you choose the proper one for your character.
Top 7 Light Cones From Nameless Honor
Players can unlock Nameless Honor after reaching Trailblaze level 13 and progressing through the main story quest on the planet Jarilo-VI. After the first dialogue of the quest in the underground part of Jarilo-VI, you will unlock your Daily Training and Nameless Honor. You can complete daily and weekly tasks to level up Nameless Honor to unlock rewards.
Nameless Honor has two purchase options: Nameless Glory, which is $9.99, and the more premium option, Nameless Medal, which is $19.99, that offers a few extra rewards and stickers as well as all unlock the regular rewards from the Nameless Honor.
After reaching level 30 in Nameless Honor, the game will allow you to claim one of the seven premium light cones from the list. Here are the light cones from Nameless Honor,
7. We Will Meet Again
We Will Meet Again is a Nihility light cone that will deal extra damage to an enemy when the equipped character just attacked with their basic attack or skill. This is great additional damage because this effect will be activated on every turn.
This light cone is low on the list because other light cones in the game can perform better than this one, including some free 3-star options. However, We Will Meet Again is a great light cone because it has better base stats than other light cones in the game.
6. Warmth Shortens Cold Nights
Warmth Shortens Cold Nights is an Abundance light cone and a good option for healer characters in Honkai: Star Rail. After equipping the light cone, it will increase that character’s max HP, and it will heal the entire party every time the character attacks or uses a skill.
However, the passive healing the light cone provides is insignificant because it will only heal 2% of their max HP. The light cone’s passive will only heal the equipping character more than the other party members.
5. Nowhere To Run
Nowhere to Run is a Destruction light cone that will increase the equipping character’s attack by 24% and heal them after defeating an enemy. This is a good light cone for the recently released 5-star character Blade, who consumes his HP to buff his damage.
However, the 5-star light cone On The Fall Of An Aeon from Herta’s Store is a better option because it provides an attack bonus. And, on top of that, it also provides an additional damage bonus on the Break effect. Moreover, On The Fall Of An Aeon can be purchased with Herta Bonds, which can be collected when you play the Simulated Universe.
4. Return To Darkness
Return to Darkness is the Hunt light cone from Nameless Honor is number 4 on this list. Return to Darkness will increase your character’s Crit Rate by 12% and provide a buff once your character Crit hits an enemy. This is helpful because Crit Rate is necessary for characters who will deal damage.
The Hunt light from Herta’s Store, Cruising in the Stellar Sea, is a better option because it is free and a higher rarity light cone. This light cone will increase your character’s Crit Rate and an extra 16% Crit Rate against enemies below 50% HP, as well as an attack bonus.
3. This Is Me!
“This is Me!” is the Preservation light cone, one of the most unique ones on the list. This light cone is a combination of both offense and defense, which is uncommon for Preservation characters. “This Is Me!” will boost defense and increase the character’s ultimate damage by 60% based on the character’s DEF.
This is Me is the only Preservation light cone in the game with a damage-increasing effect. This light cone is a good choice for the Trailblazer to do more damage and could be the best one for characters who can tank damage.
2. Today Is Another Peaceful Day
Today Is Another Peaceful Day is the light cone of the Erudition path, which will increase the wearer’s ultimate damage based on their max energy. The damage will be increased by 0.20% on each energy point, which is capped at 160 energy. This is a good light cone for Serval and Qingque and will provide bonus damage.
There are currently more characters of the Erudition path in Honkai: Star Rail. So this will be a good choice for many characters in the game, hence it is number two on the list.
1. Carve The Moon, Weave The Clouds
Carve the Moon, Weave the Clouds of the Harmony path is arguably the best 4-star light cone in Honkai: Star Rail. This light cone will buff your entire at the start of a battle and it will additionally buff the equipping character on every turn. However, this will randomly buff the party members with one of three buffs available: an ATK boost, a Crit damage boost, or an energy regeneration boost.
These buffs are really useful in combat; no light cones in the game can provide these buffs. It should be mentioned that, Carve the Moon, Weave the Clouds is the only light cone in the game with an Energy Regeneration buff available. This is a really good light cone and the one you should pick if you buy the Battle Pass.
That’s it for all the light cones from the Nameless Honor in Honkai: Star Rail. Hopefully, this list will help you pick the correct light cone when you buy the battle pass.