Crystal Paperweights for a Job Well Done

Written by
Kyle Sherman
Published on
May 26, 2022 at 8:00:00 AM PDT May 26, 2022 at 8:00:00 AM PDTth, May 26, 2022 at 8:00:00 AM PDT

Cryptic Studios launches Neverwinter, gifting the entire team a congratulatory memento.

The year is 2013. Cryptic Studios, a leading developer of very popular online role playing games such as City of Heroes, City of Villains, Champions Online and Star Trek Online, just completes the launch of Neverwinter, a new adventure that “combines fast-paced combat with over 25 years of Dungeons & Dragons lore.”

Randy Mosiondz and his team have worked for years before this day, putting in a lot of extra effort to make sure that Neverwinter shows well for its launch. After all, Cryptic Studios is known in the gaming world for its collaborative work ethic and ability to deliver the very best in gaming experiences. Neverwinter doesn’t disappoint.

“We’re all very passionate about our work,” Randy says, “so when it was finished and received well by the public, we were thrilled by the results.”

Randy decides to congratulate all of his team members with a timeless memento, something that expresses his appreciation for their contributions.

“I did a search around the web for places that had good bulk pricing and visual examples of the type of work they do. PlaqueMaker seemed to fit the bill. The design team also helped by sending proofs of the design before I put in my final order.”

PlaqueMaker’s crystal paperweights create a personal thank you in beautiful form and modern function. The combination of clear crystal glass and white frosted engraving make for a traditional yet elegant design that will last a lifetime. In addition, each paperweight comes packaged individually in a white box.

Meanwhile, Randy and the team at the award-winning Cryptic Studios and parent company Perfect World continue to develop outstanding gaming experiences in-house –many, with a beautiful paperweight of thanks sitting right on their desks. “The end product is great,” Randy says. “Solid material and good detail, giving (the team) something to remember all the hard work they did.”