Benjamin Kugler

Writing

Writing

Articles:  

Articles

I write occasional articles on literature, technology, roleplaying games.


I mostly write fantasy with occasional forays into sci-fi and horror. I'll fill out this page with some of my fiction over time, but for the foreseeable future it's going to stay sparse.


Map: 

Sareth Map

The map I use for my secondary world fantasy, both games and writings.


Game: 

Sarenteth

I've been developing an RPG system for my secondary world setting. It's mostly for use in my own games, but I'm always happy to hear about others playing it.

I'm a writer, programmer, and sometimes-musician working for Cook Medical, Inc. The other panes contain the interesting stuff, as well as my contact info.


Email Me: 

ben@bkugler.com


Call Me: 

812-391-9327

Code

Code

BitBucket: 

Semantimancer

I try to make most of my software available via my BitBucket. When coding I favor Haskell and functional approaches, so most of what you find will be in that vein.


My largest and most well-developed software project is Your Helpful Homunculus, a tool for tabletop roleplaying games designed for the GM to use at the table, during play.


Way of Life 

Way of Life

You can find my productivity manager, Way of Life, right here on this site. Keep in mind that it's still in early development. In particular, it is not secure, so don't use any usernames/passwords which you wouldn't mind being uncovered.

Music

Music

I started teaching myself the hurdy gurdy in 2017. The shift from playing classical music in an orchestra to folk music unaccompanied has been a strange one, and it left me wanting for sheet music.

So I've been making my own. These are mostly going to be folk songs, with a few tunes from video games and media thrown in.

To the best of my knowledge there isn't a standardized form of sheet music for hurdy gurdy, so I came up with what worked best for me. The bottom staff is for pulses on the trompette. I also sometimes include finger numberings, as my keychest is set in the key of G and the accidentals occasionally still get me.