I must have played with a friend who was further than I in the campaign at some point because I just recently reached a point in the game where I was asked this question;

Do you wish to skip over the missions you've completed in other play sessions or continue as normal?

I chose to continue, as I can't remember anything I've done with anyone else, its been too long. No problems, except about 5 minutes later I accidentally moved ahead too far, too fast, and skipped some dialogue I actually wanted to hear.

To solve this issue, my plan of action was to end-task to skip the auto-save process, and redo the mission and listen to the dialogue. Upon starting the game up, instead of starting at the beginning of the mission, I started at what I think is the end of all the missions it originally asked if I wanted to skip.

Is there any way to fix this? I'm playing on PC.

  • Do you want the real way or the "forced" way. The forced involving Gibbed's editor – sayu Oct 13 '14 at 5:08
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    @memescientist wh not both ? – WizLiz Oct 13 '14 at 7:41
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    Please note whether PC or console.... – Frank V Oct 13 '14 at 21:07
  • @FrankV Edited or not, last sentence states this: "I'm playing on PC." – user271360 Oct 14 '14 at 4:04
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    @Sebie - The last sentence wasn't there 7 hours ago when Frank wrote that comment – Robotnik Oct 14 '14 at 4:12

There are only certain quests that can be "reset". These quests are only the bosses at the end of the game or a DLC. To reset these quests, just follow the ! mark and start the quest like any other.

I found this save editor video if you want to use a save editor to modify your save file. In the description of the save editor video, you'll find these 3 links that will show you how to do this for each of the platforms.

Xbox Save Extraction ►

PS3 Save Extraction►

Gibbed Save editor► http://blog.gib.me/

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  • So to clarify, if I'm not at a particular boss then I'm kinda screwed? – Ender Oct 15 '14 at 17:20
  • Kind of, yes. This is an issue that a lot of people have with borderlands. If you want, you can always join an online game where someone is on a quest that you want to do. But that's about all you can do. – FoxMcCloud Oct 15 '14 at 19:35

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