Honkai Star Rail has so much content for players to sink their teeth into. Whether you enjoy the Simulated Universe or the main story, there is always something to do. However, Honkai Star Rail also has a ton of side content for players to explore. It is very easy to wander off the beaten path and spend countless hours chatting with NPCs, completing sidequests, and uncovering hundreds of Easter Eggs.
There is plenty of incentive to do so, as well, as players can earn unique character interactions, achievements, Stellar Jade, and more. One such piece of side content involves the Mission Item Damaged Music Box. Players may have already come across this item and wonder what it's used for, or if you're just trying to explore 100% Honkai Star Rail, you'll need to use this item as well.
So, if you want to know more, we've got you covered. This article will cover everything you need to know about the Damaged Music Box in Honkai Star Rail, including where to find it, how to use it, and more.
How To Get The Damaged Music Box In Honkai Star Rail
In order to acquire the Damaged Music Box, players will need first to acquire the Dirty Ribbon item. Players should kill the Warp Trotter in Rivet Town, and after acquiring this item, visit the window of the bridge and interact with the character there (initially referred to as "Weak Female Voice").
Give her the item, and she will reward you with the Damaged Music Box. The Damaged Music Box will have the following in-game description:
"A small, handcrafted music box. Though kept under good care for many years, it has fallen into a state of disrepair. The melody produced by the wooden box was somewhat unsettling, nonetheless, it was cherished by the two girls, who relied on each other like sisters.
How To Use The Damaged Music Box In Honkai Star Rail
Once the Damaged Music Box is in your possession, return to Rivet Town and talk with the Little Sister. Hand her the Damaged Music Box, and she will reward you with a Praise of High Morals and the Outworlder Achievement.
This quest is often referred to as the "Honkai Star Rail Bloodborne Easter Egg" because of a similar quest in Bloodborne that involves a music box and speaking with a girl through a window.
That's everything you need to know about the Damaged Music Box in Honkai Star Rail!