Honkai: Star Rail Penacony treasure chests locations and map

Penacony is the third area you’ll visit in Honkai: Star Rail, and with it comes new treasure and puzzles to complete on the planet. With over 100 new things to find, it can be a lot to scour out all at once.

A lot of the places in Penacony will only unlock once you’ve completed a certain part of the main Trailblaze Missions or have completed certain puzzles. Because of that, we recommend hunting all the treasure once you finish the story.

Most maps have loot hidden around and this loot expands beyond just treasure chests. When you open the map, you’ll notice a chest icon in the top left corner with numbers next to it. This indicates how many of the different types of loot you’ve found. However, this counter only lists treasure that isn’t locked behind puzzles or formidable foes (the powerful monsters that guard chests) and Warp Trotters.


How Penacony treasure chests work

Opening chests and solving puzzles around Penacony will reward you with Clock Credits, which you can turn in to level up the Clockie statue in the center of Golden Hour. Leveling up the statue nets you rewards like Stellar Jade and other goodies.

There are lots of new puzzle types to Penacony, including block-sliding mirror puzzles and literal puzzles (with pieces you have to fit in to make an image). Most notably, there’s a new type of collectable found under the treasure chest drop down when you look at maps: “Lordly Trashcans.” These garbage pails will ask you a question, and if you answer correctly, they’ll give you a reward. If you answer wrong, they’ll engage you in battle — and you’ll still get the same reward after, so don’t worry about answering wrong.

Penacony also has quite a few maps where you’ll be walking on walls; the map there is 3D. While it’s obviously tough for us to convey information on where to find each chest, Warp Trotter, or Lordly Trashcan in these spaces, we did our best to show where the chests are located using circles to indicate which platform the object is on.


The Reverie (Reality) treasure chest locations

The Reverie (Reality) F1

Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

The Reverie (Reality) F2

A map of The Reverie (Reality)’s second floor in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

The Reverie (Reality) F3

A map of The Reverie (Reality)’s third floor in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

The first door from the left opens when you do the quest “Cosmic Star.” The second door from the left requires you to do the quest “The Trees as Peace” to open.


Golden Hour treasure chest locations

Golden Hour F1

A map of Golden Hour’s first floor in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

You need to use the Hanu television on the second floor of Golden Hour to access the small room in the southwest.

Golden Hour F2

A map of Golden Hour’s second floor in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

Golden Hour F3

A map of Golden Hour’s third floor in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

Dream’s Edge treasure chest locations

A map of Dream’s Edge in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

A Child’s Dream treasure chest locations

A map of A Child’s Dream in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

The Reverie (Dreamscape) treasure chest locations

The Reverie (Dreamscape) F1

A map of The Reverie (Dreamscape)’s first floor in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

To get to the south most part of this level and into the 3D room, you need to enter the Arcane Artwork on the east side of F3, indicated by the icon of a painting with a slash through it.

The Reverie (Dreamscape) F2

A map of The Reverie (Dreamscape)’s second floor in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

The Reverie (Dreamscape) F3

A map of The Reverie (Dreamscape)’s third floor in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

Dewlight Pavilion treasure chest locations

Dewlight Pavillion (F1)

A map of the first floor in Dewlight Pavillion in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

Dewlight Pavilion (F2)

A map of the second floor in Dewlight Pavillion in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

To access the 3D room in the northeast, you’ll need to talk to Burton, an NPC right outside the door. After running through the 3D room several times and finding chests (which don’t contribute towards the chest counter in the corner of the map), you’ll eventually get to a Hanu puzzle. The two chests that do contribute towards the counter are part of the Hanu puzzle.

Dewlight Pavilion (City Sandpit)

A map of the Sandpit in Dewlight Pavillion in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

Clock Studios Theme Park treasure chest locations

Clock Studios Theme Park (F1)

A map of the first floor of the Clock Studios Theme Park in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

To reach that northern area, you’ll need to enter a Hanu door, accessed from the northern area of the second floor.

Clock Studios Theme Park (F2)

A map of the second floor of the Clock Studios Theme Park in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse

One of the treasure chests in the southern Hanu puzzle area can be tricky. The hidden chest is behind the sign next to the Hanu TV set, and you’ll have to use Hanu’s small stature to get behind it.

Another hidden chest is beyond the Bubble Pinball Machine in the south. Set it up like this to shoot off to a hidden platform:

A pinball machine in Honkai: Star Rail set up to shoot off screen. Image: Hoyoverse via Polygon

If you’re looking for more chests and loot in Honkai: Star Rail, you can check out our complete maps of the Herta Space Station, the Xianzhou Luofu, and Jarilo-VI, too.

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