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06/01/2012 05:45 PMPosted by BiscuitCan you mention to the design team or what ever it is that controls thi, that it should ONLY do that if you are in a multiplayer game. I do not like getting disconnected while being away for 30+ minutes in my single player game while I have paused (Hit esc). My characters buffs go away and its very frustrating to have to get more NV stacks etc.
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