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This is my first post here. I was playing with my friend the other day on my TVHM and decided I wanted to go solo. After rejoining my own solo game, I ended up in the first area with Claptrap outside without his eye. At first, I was confused and tried to use the fast travel station. I had noticed the first mission - My First Gun - had been completed in the HUD display, but the yellow exclamation mark was still present of the gun locker. When I used the fast travel startion, I had no where unlocked (except DLC) I have a few screenshots of the problem.

EDIT: I use a mac to play BL2

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Thanks Ben for the pic :D – Jonathan Chow Mar 28 '13 at 2:24
can you use the gibbed editor to move your quest? – l I Mar 28 '13 at 2:56
@spartacus I have no idea what that is. Mind explaining? – Jonathan Chow Mar 28 '13 at 3:53
if you are on the PC, you can use the Gibbed borderlands 2 editor to modify your save game. – l I Mar 28 '13 at 19:41
according to this link its at ~/Library/Application Support/Borderlands 2/WillowGame/SaveData/__numerical_id__/ – l I Mar 28 '13 at 21:25

You have to get to the place where you started playing co-op and then you can skip the parts that you've already done.

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While playing on someone else's game and play through, that only effects their game. If you have completed a quest on someone else's game, if you start working on it you can usually skip the mission to a later part in the story, but this has only happened to me sometimes.

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All you have to do is make it too the first town I think an then you can fast travel

Note: I am not positive so please don't get mad

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