Syrinscape is the brainchild of Benjamin Loomes, über-creative musician, composer and most importantly, passionate tabletop role-player.
Benjamin’s passion for tabletop games began decades ago when, as a 10 year old, he was given the 1st Edition Dungeons and Dragons Redbox. Benjamin's current favorite game is Pathfinder, but he enthusiastically embraces all styles of role-playing, trying every thing out there from 5th Edition D&D, every Star Wars RPG, and Shadowrun, to Call of Cthulhu, Cowboy games such as Boothill and most recently Numenera.
Check out the Dicestormers' liveplay action on Benjamin's Youtube Channel. Here you will find him playing a host of different characters, including his favourite, Thobias, a corpulent, slightly socially inept cleric, who can’t decide which he loves more, bread or wine.
Benjamin is a pianist, singer and composer, having studied under prominent Australian composers Peter Sculthorpe, Anne Boyd and Ross Edwards at the University of Sydney. He has composed a large number of instrumental and vocal works, including two operas which premiered in Sydney, Australia.
Benjamin is also a musical director for Artology’s WotOpera Project, where young people come together to compose, stage and perform their own works. Much of the music and sound design unique to Syrinscape has been created and composed by Benjamin.
Benjamin’s unique creative talent, combined with his love of social gaming has driven him to build something which is changing people's gaming experience. The evocative moods of Syrinscape, from friendly taverns to dungeon depths, help to immerse players in the moment. Just where he wants them to be.
I want more people to play the Social Games I enjoy. I want people to enjoy these games more, be immersed more, moved more, thrilled more. I want to make Social Gaming a better experience for all those who are brave enough to play. That’s why I created Syrinscape.