- Added the ability to modify each characters bonus attribute points (the bonuses you get from searching & enhancement items.
These bonuses can increase your stats beyond 999 if desired (except for HP & MP).
- Added right click menus to the character portraits with options to quickly max out specific values.
- Added options to the Misc tab to change the game difficulty (requires UltraHardMode DLC) and played time.
Update 1.2: Modified the NumericUpDown control to truncate values when they exceed the configured minimum/maximum
instead of throwing an exception which could prevent you from modifying a save which you previously modified in order to max out a characters
level or shadows rank etc.
Update 1.1: Added a couple of missing bracers and other items which may have prevented you from opening your save.
I realise its one of the oldest XBOX RPGs out there, but I just didn't get on with any of the existing editors so I decided
to make one for myself and as usual, to share with you guys :)
As with all my editors, I have spend hours of arduous research to ensure that all save modifications are as perfect as
they can be, but if you find a bug please please report it including a copy of your save to test.
Blue Dragon Complete Save Editor v2.0
The editor handles decryption, re-signing and re-encryption and automatically creates backups of any saves you open
so you don't lose your game if you change your mind later. Kudos to the authors of the existing editor for giving me the
idea and the author of X360.dll which I made use of to make this editor work.
Editing Character Stats, Accessories and Shadows
Once you open a save you will unlock the tabs allowing you to modify various aspects of your game. On the Shu, Jiro,
Kluke, Marumaro and Zola tabs you can modify the main character's stats, accessories and shadows.
To enable/disabled a character, click their picture, to unlock shadows for a specific character check the "Unlocked" box
at the top of the shadows table.
To quickly max out a character, right click on their picture for options.
The LV (level) fields for characters and shadows are disabled and cannot be changed. This is because changing these
values directly, while reflected in the game, provide none of the related stat increases. Instead you should increase the
character's EXP or the shadow's SP value and then enter the game and win a battle to be correctly levelled up. 999,999
EXP or 9,999 SP will comfortably result in a level/rank of 99.
When selecting accessories, you can choose from any item for each slot regardless of accessories in your inventory.
The Inventory tab shows your individual items in each of the 4 item groups including all DLC items. Unlike any existing editor,
Each item's quantity can be set individually or on mass. The game's maximum is 99 per item but setting some up to 9999
may be useful.
The Spellbooks tab shows your individual spellbooks in each of the 4 categries. Each spellbook's quantity can be set individually
or on mass. The game's maximum is 99 per item but you shouldn't need more than 5 of each.
The Accessories tab shows your individual accessories in each of the 5 groups including all DLC items. Each item's quantity can
be set individually or on mass. The game's maximum is 99 per item. These numbers do not include or affect equipped accessories.
The Valuables tab shows your individual valuables/key items including all DLC items. Each item's quantity can be set individually
or on mass. The game's maximum is 99 per item but setting some up to 9999 may be useful. Editing these items "could" break
the game by screwing with your progress.
The Encyclopaedia tab shows your Monster Record progress and kills. You can modify kills for individual monsters or on-mass.
To easily get the achievement for completing your Monster Record, set all but one monster to a value or 1 or higher and then
kill one of the remaining monster to get the achievement. The Poo Snake is a good choice as it is the 1st monster you encounter.
The Misc tab allows you to edit your Adventure and Battle Records including Gold, Medals and Nothings, Total Encounters,
Monster Fights, Multi-Monster Encounters, Wins, Escapes, Back Attacks and Supprise Attacks, which can be used to easily
get several of the game's achievements. You can also change the game's difficulty if you have the UltraHardMode DLC installed
and you can change the played time for the save.
So there you have it, I hope you enjoy it. If you have any problems please post and/or e-mail me including your save game.
PS The editor requires the .NET Framework 4.0.
Do not give yourself the white device, it breaks the game at Noluta village (Disc 3)