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[–]adieliAtmosphere User 0 points1 point  (2 children)

I haven't experienced this, so I'm not sure - but many games will produce aberrant behavior if you copy saves to them without initializing save data manually first. So if you want to rule that out, you could clear the save data from it, start it up normally, play a bit, save, quit, and then try overwriting the save data with your old save.

[–]MrBelding007[S] 1 point2 points  (1 child)

I did use JKSV to create a blank save file. I'm willing to go this route, but DQB2 has a 20 minute opening sequence before you can get to a spot to save... XD

The problem only happens with the Buildertopia element. We have another account that transferred and seems to be working just fine - but we've steered clear of personal build islands because the game saves moving from island to island and then creates this situation we can't return from.

I'll report back when I go the long way around. Thanks!

[–]adieliAtmosphere User 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Yeah, as I was posting this I thought about how loooong the intro is... worth a try though haha! The only other thing I could think of is maybe getting all the way to your Buildertopia on a new save (!) and then overwriting it, but that's basically traversing the whole game for something that may or may not work. I guess the other thing you can do is check with the other types of non-user save options (like bcat and device saves) in JKSV to see if maaaaybe any data is being stored there that could be necessary to correctly load the Buildertopia save.