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Honkai: Star Rail Jarilo-VI treasure chest locations and map

Where to find all the treasure, puzzles, formidable foes, and Warp Trotters on Jarilo-VI

Bronya stands with her rifle in the center of the Administrative District in Honkai: Star Rail Image: Hoyoverse via Polygon
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Honkai: Star Rail has a ton of different types of treasure and loot to find around its maps, which give out pretty good rewards. Jarilo-VI is the second area you’ll arrive in when you start the game, and it has a whole ton of loot to collect.

Most maps have treasure 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 “basic treasure” that isn’t locked behind puzzles or formidable foes (the powerful monsters that guard chests) and Warp Trotters. The chests that are rewards for more in-depth content are called Bountiful Treasure or Precious Treasure.

Each of these reward the premium currency, Stellar Jade, as well as other materials and EXP, so you’ll want to make sure to fully explore the maps.

How Jarilo-VI treasure chests work

You’ll also find Shield while tracking down this loot, which you can trade in to the shop owner in Boulder Town for prizes. As you spend more Shield, you’ll earn rewards like Stellar Jade, Star Rail Passes, and even materials to level up the Trailblazer’s Eidolon.

Below, we map out where to find the chests, challenges, puzzles, and Warp Trotters on Jarilo-VI.


Administrative District treasure chest locations

Administrative District F1

A map of the main part of the Administrative District in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse via Polygon

Administrative District B1

A map of the small underground portion of the Administrative District in Honkai: Star Rail. Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse via Polygon

To get access to B1, keep progressing through the Trailblaze Missions for the Jarilo-VI storyline.


Outlying Snow Plains treasure chest locations

A map of the Outlying Snow Plains in Honkai: Star Rail. Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse via Polygon

Backwater Pass treasure chest locations

A map of the Backwater Pass in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse via Polygon

The southernmost chest requires you to do the quest “The Adventurous Moles” and the chest above the Warp Trotter is for the quest “Vessel of Mediocrity (Part 1).”


Silvermane Guard Restricted Zone treasure chest locations

A map of the Silvermane Guard Restricted Zone in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse via Polygon

The chest in the southwest area involves multiple puzzles as part of the quest “Vessel of Mediocrity (Part 2).


Corridor of Fading Echoes treasure chest locations

A map of the Corridor of Fading Echoes in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse via Polygon

Everwinter Hill treasure chest locations

A map of Everwinter Hill in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse via Polygon

The chest in the center above the weekly boss icon requires the quest “Vessel of Mediocrity (Part 3).


Pillars of Creation treasure chest locations

A map of the Pillars of Creation in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse via Polygon

This area was added in version 1.4 as part of the “Aetherium Wars” event. If you didn’t start the event during this patch, you can still access these quests by toggling the bottom left corner button in your travel log.


Old Weapon Testing Ground treasure chest locations

This area is the same as the Pillars of Creation: it was added in version 1.4 and unlocked as part of the “Aetherium Wars” event.

Old Weapon Testing Ground F2

A map of the second floor of the Old Weapon Testing Ground in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse via Polygon

Old Weapon Testing Ground F1

A map of the first floor of the OId Weapon Testing Ground in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse via Polygon

Boulder Town treasure chest locations

A map of Boulder Town in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse via Polygon

Great Mine treasure chest locations

A map of the Great Mine in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse via Polygon

The chest under the bridge past the formidable foe requires the quest “Survival Wisdom.” The chest that’s very close to another chest a bit northwest of the stagnant shadow boss requires the quest “The Adventurous Moles.”

One of the chest icons in the northeast area represents a puzzle that you can do once a day for several days, each resulting in a chest when you complete it successfully. These puzzles are part of the “Night on the Great Mine” quest line.


Rivet Town treasure chest locations

A map of Rivet Town in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: Hoyoverse via Polygon

The chest in the northwest requires the quest “The Adventurous Moles” yet again. There’s no loot on the second floor of this area.


Robot Settlement treasure chest locations

Robot Settlement F2

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

Robot Settlement F1

A map of the first floor of the Robot Settlement in Honkai: Star Rail Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source images: 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 and the Xianzhou Luofu, too.

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