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Keith Quinn is a video game designer who has worked on massively-multiplayer games since 2001, starting in community relations for Ultima Online and most recently as a level designer for Shroud of the Avatar. Along the way, he's been a game designer on several MMOGs for PC, mobile, and PlayStation, including DC Universe Online and Star Wars: The Old Republic. In his current role as a level designer, Keith helps bring adventure scenes to life by adding interesting visuals, harvestable resources, exploration rewards, and, of course, challenging bad guys all along the way.

Born in New York, Keith currently lives in Texas with his pets. He sometimes creates comics (and appears at conventions) in his spare time.

 

Video Game Credits

March 22, 2016

  • Shroud of the Avatar (2015-present, Level Designer on MMOG for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux, and on Steam in all three platforms)
  • DC Universe Online (2013-2015, Game Designer II (senior) on MMOG for PC, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4)
    • "Halls of Power Part II"(May 2015 expansion)
    • "Amazon Fury Part II" (February 2015 expansion)
    • "War of the Light Part II" (November 2014 expansion)
    • "Halls of Power Part I" (August 2014 expansion)
    • "Amazon Fury Part I" (April 2014 expansion)
    • "War of the Light Part I" (January 2014 expansion)
    • PlayStation 4 updates (November 2014 release on new console)
    • "Sons of Trigon" (August 2013 expansion)
  • Spacetime Studios (2012, Game Designer on suite of MMOGs for all Mobile platforms and web browsers)
  • Star Wars: The Old Republic (2008-2012, Game Designer on MMOG for PC)
    • "Galactic Starfighter" ("Special Thanks" in 2014 expansion)
    • "Rise of the Hutt Cartel" (2013 expansion)
    • Star Wars: The Old Republic (2011 initial release)
  • Dungeon Runners (2008, Game Designer for free-to-play MMOG for PC)
    • Dungeon Runners (2008 updates)
  • Richard Garriott's Tabula Rasa (2005, Knowledge Base Editor and general Game Support on MMOG for PC)
  • Guild Wars (2005-2007, Knowledge Base Editor and general Game Support on MMOG for PC)
    • Guild Wars: Eye of the North (2007 expansion)
    • Guild Wars Nightfall (2007 stand-alone expansion)
    • Guild Wars Factions (2006 stand-alone expansion)
    • Guild Wars (2005 initial release)
  • Ultima Online (2001-2003, Community Relations Manager on MMOG for PC)
    • Ultima Online: Age of Shadows (2003 expansion)
    • Ultima Online Lord Blackthorn's Revenge (2002 expansion)
Tags: BioWare Austin, Daybreak Games/SOE, Electronic Arts, NCsoft, Origin Systems, Portalarium, Spacetime Studios

 

Comic Book Credits

August 19, 2015

  • Blank Label Comics
    • Webcomic Hurricane Relief Telethon Book (September 2005, illustrator of "The Mentalist's New Clothes" on page 52)
  • Brainstorm Comics
    • Death Shrike #1, Sins of the Father (July 1993; inker)
  • Double Edge Publishing
    • Dupres (May 1994; inker, letterer)
    • Heroes Incorporated® #1.1 (1994; creator, cover illustrator, writer, interior illustrator, letterer)
    • Heroes Incorporated® #1.2 (1994; creator, cover illustrator, writer, interior illustrator, letterer)
  • Friendly Comics
    • Sex Trek: To Boldly Go. . . #1, Sperm To The Rescue!" (June 1992; cover artist)
    • Female Sex Pirates #1 (1992; cover artist)
    • Triple XXX-Women, Phallus Rising #1 (1992; cover artist)
    • Triple XXX-Women, Phallus Rising #2 (1992; cover artist)
    • Triple XXX-Women, Phallus Rising #3 (1992; cover artist)
    • Triple XXX-Women, A Woman's Work #1 (1992; cover artist)
    • Weapon XXX, Origin of the Implants #1 (1992; cover artist)
    • Weapon XXX, Origin of the Implants #2 (1992; cover artist)
    • Weapon XXX, Origin of the Implants #3 (1992; cover artist)
    • X-Shemales #1 (1992; cover artist)
    • X-Shemales #2 (1992; cover artist)
  • Hurm Studio
    • Heroes Incorporated® #1 (May 2006; reprinting story from Heroes Incorporated #1.1 and Heroes Incorporated #1.1 from 1994 plus additional content; creator, cover illustrator, writer, interior illustrator, letterer)
    • Local Heroes™ #1 (October 2007; creator, cover illustrator, writer, interior illustrator, letterer)
    • Local Heroes: Monkey Business coloring book (June 2009; creator, cover illustrator, writer, interior illustrator, letterer)
    • Local Heroes: About Time (March 2011; creator, cover illustrator, writer, interior illustrator, letterer)
  • Kamase Publications
    • The Adventures of Martial T. Holiday #1 (1994; inker, letterer)
    • The Adventures of Martial T. Holiday #2 (1994; inker, letterer)
    • The Adventures of Martial T. Holiday #3 (1994; inker, letterer)
  • Personality Comics
    • Music Comics #4, "The Cure" (1992; illustrator)
    • Music Comics #4, "Elvis" (1992; illustrator)
    • Sports Classics #5, "Jackie Robinson" (September 1991; penciller, inker)
    • Sports Comics #4, "Magic Johnson" (1992; illustrator)
    • Sports Personalities #3, "Pete Rose" (1992; illustrator)
    • Sports Personalities #11, "Bo Jackson" (1992; penciller)
    • Sports Personalities #14, "Pete Rose" (1992; illustrator)
    • Teen Comics #5, "Marky Mark" (February 1993; illustrator)
    • The Original Crew #11, "Bruce Hyde, the Unauthorized Biography" (1992; penciller)
  • Spoof Comics
    • Amazing Heroes Swimsuit Special #4, "Amazing SPOOF Heroes Swimsuit Issue" (March 1990; penciller)
    • Bloodskirt #1, "Twin Terrors of Tokyo" (March 1993; penciller)
    • Death of Superbabe, "Special 1" (February 1993; penciller, inker)
    • Kisses #1, "Of Babes and Brimstone: The Story of Kisses" (December 1992; inker)
    • Spider-Femme 2088 #1, "That Bouncy, Battling Beauty...SPIDER-FEMME!" (February 1993; penciller)
    • Spider-Femme vs. Denim #1, "The Origin of Denim!" (April 1993; penciller)
    • Spoof Comics #0, "Imp-Unity" (July 1992; penciller, inker)
    • Spoof Comics #6, "X-Babes" (November 1992; penciller)
    • Spoof Comics #7, "Justice Broads" (December 1992; penciller, inker)
    • Teen Comics #5 (1992; penciller)
    • WildC.H.I.C.K.S #1 (1992; penciller)
  • Webcomics
    • A Girl and Her Wookiee (2001-December 2002; via swg.Stratics.com; co-creator, illustrator, letterer)
    • Local Heroes ™ (2005-March 2011; via www.localheroes.us; creator, writer, illustrator, letterer)
    • Playtime Projects ™ (September 2007-present; via www.playtimeprojects.com; creator, writer, illustrator, letterer)
    • Real Life Comics, guest strip (September 2005; via http://reallifecomics.com/comic.php?comic=title-1529; illustrator)
Tags: Blank Label Comics, Brainstorm Comics, Double Edge Publishing, Friendly Comics, Heroes Incorporated, Hurm Studio, Kamase Publications, Local Heroes, Personality Comics, Playtime Projects, Spoof Comics

 

Resume

September 27, 2007

Keith Quinn is a video game designer specializing in massively-multiplayer online game content design.

You can see Keith's LinkedIn resume at www.linkedin.com/in/keithquinn/.

 

Contact

July 15, 2007

If you're looking to hire Keith Quinn as a game designer, feel free to contact him through his page at LinkedIn. All other inquiries can be made using the Hurm.com contact page.