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neosonichdghg
Nesescosac
Verborum qaghatun

Linguistics major at the University of Chicago, been involved with conlanging and conworlding since I was very young.
Nessari
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I'm my own geek and nerd, with a passion for history. Conworldry for me combines that passion, my geological knowledge (descendant of my still-exant childhood interest in dinosaurs), and the fascination with creating and tweaking words, phrases, and whole grammars that is conlanging.
Netharía
Aléhéanivía Ketablezría

Sanes Koítra weta alraikeví pléova 'l asa Lilitai tetúebirishé.
ngwe
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I'm studying linguistics in school. languages r nice
nmhess
Uncertain

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Nyctyris
Nyelle
nymris
I got into world design because of my fascination with fantasy, languages, cultures, histories and maps (which is why my universes revolve around a single planet because star maps are boring).
obskeree
Pischtoph
Who is what is who is you?
Pogostick Man
I just like to write. I've had a setting in mind that has sort of existed for over a decade, with much revision along the way (and more to come, probably). I study linguistics and am a few credit-hours away from a degree.
prettydragoon
Speaker-to-Animals

Well, I'm an accountant, and consequently too boring to be of interest.
Pthagnar
Benedictine Ovulation

Formerly entryist scum, now a collaborator.
Radius
C / 2π

I've never been able to focus on any particular field or career or subject of learning. Instead, I learn about and dabble in practically everything. I have better than average to way better than average laymen's knowledge on dozens and dozens of topics, and I'm an expert in none of them.
Radoxon
Rhetorica
Sleepless Scribe

Hi! I keep the gears turning. If the gears aren't turning, or they're turning but producing funny-smelling smoke, it's probably my fault.
rivalmoonlight
I started writing when I was twelve and started worldbuilding around the same time. I don't read nearly as much as I should, but when I do, it tends to be sci-fi or fantasy romances. Four (I think) years ago, I started working on my main conlang, Zondulen, which now has 18 recorded grammar rules, with more that I've yet to write down, along with 2680 words. But besides Zondulen, I have five other conlangs that are mostly nothing more than phonological inventories, syllable structures, and writing systems.
Rizael
Rizael al Coronate d'Avreston

I'm mostly a foreign language freak, but I also read a bit of literary fiction, fantasy, and historical fiction. I got into conlanging through foreign language, and I decided to integrate it into a story that I'm writing. I'm still in high school, so I don't exactly have an educational background to speak of.

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