I know this isn't a very popular game, but maybe someone can still help me with editing the save. For those who haven't played the game, a player can spend time with other playable characters to build up a bond (called Affinity in-game). Each time a player interacts with another character there is a short scene with dialogue. Units of Free Time are a limited resource and thus it prevents players from maxing out their affinities with all other characters in a single playthrough. It's a bit analogous to Time and Social Links from Persona 3/4. I'm using homebrew and svdt to export and import the .bins. Finding the block that controls Free Time was simple enough, but I can't seem to manipulate the values to what I want. Without any editing, this is what the game generates by itself. (using Hex Fiend the block is at offset 80-84) 00 00 00 00 00 Free Time Counter = 3, Actual Free Time = 3, Set of Characters = A, 01 00 00 00 01 Free Time Counter = 2, Actual Free Time = 2, Set of Characters = B, 02 00 00 00 02 Free Time Counter = 1, Actual Free Time = 1, Set of Characters = C, It seems straightforward, that if I want more Free Time I can edit the first and last values back to 00, but this resets the Set of Characters back to the first grouping, A. So, although, I can build up the relationship as much as I want with any character from Set A or Set B, I can't do the same with characters from Set C. As soon as the Actual Free Time reaches zero, the story advances. I tried various combinations to see if I could possibly get the combination: Free Time Counter = 3, Actual Free Time = 3, Set of Characters = B or C. I tried playing around with the values a bit. 00 XX XX XX 00 if one and only one of those XX = 01, and the other XX's =00, Free Time Counter = 8, Actual Free Time = 1, Set of Characters = B. if one and only one of those XX = 02, and the other XX's = 00, Free Time Counter = 8, Actual Free Time = 1, Set of Characters = C. Aside, just for fun I tried FF FF FF FF FF and ended up with Free Time = 4/4, but the room where you interact with characters was empty and the list of choices was just a bunch of ffffffffffff's that were unselectable. I don't know enough about save editing, yet. At this point, I'm just taking shots in the dark. Maybe someone can provide some insight. Aside: Here's how I found the block: Dumped a Save with Free Time = 3 as a Baseline. Used up a Free Time through Event X. Reset. Used up a Free Time through Event Y. Used up one more Free Time and compared all the files.