Beloved Dungeons and Dragons Online dev Quentin Cantor leaves SSG


The word is starting to get around that Dungeons and Dragons Online recently saw one of its beloved developers depart Standing Stone Games. Quentin “Tonquin/Lynnabel” Cantor announced the move on LinkedIn following eight years of work at the MMO studio.

“It’s been an amazing journey — from that first summer internship to now — but it’s time for me to move on to my next adventure,” Cantor said in a farewell letter. “I’ve got something crazy lined up next, but I’m keeping it close to my chest until things get a bit more stable – so if you’re curious what zany adventures I’ll be up to soon, stay tuned.”

Cantor was famously known for tackling DDO’s bugs, including many that were submitted by the community itself on a lengthy forum thread. In the farewell letter, the former dev tallied up 78 headline features, 284 small features/balance changes, 1429 bug fixes, 105 engineering changes, and “made or overhauled itemization for seven expansion packs and 14 quest packs.”

Source: LinkedIn. Thanks Mick!
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