After 17 Years David Gaider Leaves BioWare

After 17 Years David Gaider Leaves BioWare
January 25 16:30 2016 Print This Article

In a post on Twitter, David Gaider announced that he is leaving BioWare after 17 years of writing for the studio.

Gaider has worked at BioWare since 1999, where he had brought to life franchise’s like Baldur’s Gate, Neverwinter Nights, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Dragon Age. Besides the stories he made, he created one of the most memorable characters from BioWare games such as HK-47, Morrigan, Fenris, Cassandra Pentaghast, Carth Onasi and Alistair.

David Gaider

Also, Gaider has written a series of novels and comic books based on Dragon Age and had a major influence on developing the Dragon Age game. Aaryn Flynn, the general manager of BioWare, complimented Gaider for all his work he had done at them. For now, we don’t know where the famous writer is going.

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