I've started the creation of my world while I was playing as a kid, it's almost as old as I am. The creation of languages just came along. I'm studying computer science and love cryptography (old way).
My name is Benjamin. I'm a graduate of Kent State University; I currently have a part-time job at Giant Eagle as a utility clerk.
I'm also a member of my area's Writer's Guild.
I rediscovered my abilities in writing during my college years and began writing stories and poems again.
In addition, I am an avid tabletop role-playing game player. Over time, I became a Dungeon Master.
I started to create custom worlds for my games and I would like to take it to the next level.
I have been working on a novel series as well.
I do read comic books and manga. But I do occasionally read some short stories and poems.
In college, I had studied Sociology and have used what I have learned in my writing.
Turns out the lab group I'm in (@ESMP_unilu) now launched a Twitter account. Possibly cool things might be shared there.
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In short, I'm a scientist whose attention wanders incessantly and who's fascinated by languages, cultures, and the such. I like designing banknotes, maps, passports, and the like and tend to come up with countries and languages to have excuses for such. I also like travelling, languages, food, video games, and roller coasters. (Especially roller coasters.)
I conlang, study linguistics, write computer programs professionally and for fun, write stories, and dabble in mathematics and graphic art. Inspired in my childhood by the fantasy worldbuildling of Tolkien and Mark Rosenfelder, I've been (slowly, steadily) working on my own conworlding project of Arzhanø. Saimiar is the conlang of mine closest to my heart.