The ConPlus Team
Administrator for Con +1
Lifelong nerd and hobby gamer, Lord Morbius was born in 1967. Entering into the tabletop gaming hobby at the early age of 7 with the Avalon Hill wargame Panzer Blitz in 1974 and moving on into Role-Playing games such as D&D, Call of Cthulhu, Shadowrun and others, as he worked his way through school. In 1986 he served as an RPG Tournament Judge for Magnum Opus Con. The following year he served as a security staffer for DragonCon 88. In the 1990s, he partnered with bookseller Media Play, to operate a local gaming club for the youth of his home town. The club featured RPGs, board games, war games, club road trips to the new releases of science fiction and fantasy films and a yearly visit to the local Renaissance Festival. Lord Morbius also served as an RPG Tournament Judge for StellarCon in 1997 and 1998, as well serving as RPG Tournament Admin for HeroesCon 98. He filled the roles of Game Tournament Admin and Security Adviser for GuildCon 99. After an accident left him disabled his participation in the gaming hobby world ended until the age of internet gaming began to boom in popularity. Today, Lord Morbius proudly serves as a member of the Convention Admin staff for Con+1, doing his bit to help raise funds for the Child's Play children's charity.
Head of Cry making for Con +1
At the tender age of 11, He was thrust into the world of AD&D. Since that moment he has dedicated his life to the study and design of RPGS. Having run a game and making an opening ceremonies advert for the 2015 con, He is still fresh to the world of Conventions, a very active member of the Role with advantage groups, and the Star wars Tides of change group his love for the game drives most of his daily decisions. Today he helps the Con+1 by bringing people the reality of what Child’s Play is. Showing you, how much what these children need, is our help.
Administrator for +1
Ronnie has been playing RPGs for over 30 years now, covering multiple genres and a great many different games. He is passionate on the subject and enjoys discussing gaming. Whilst he's primarily still an RPG player he also enjoys playing board and card games and the occasional bit of miniature war gaming. Over the last couple of years he has been active in his community running a small gaming group.
Telethon Host & Chief Technical Officer
First introduced to role-playing games at a local gaming club back in the late 80's Becky Rose soon became an influential figure within the group, running the media campaigns and going on to become the club chair for several years.
As the years went on Becky moved around a lot but always kept role-playing with her friends; travelling back each week to stay in touch and keep on gaming.
In recent years Becky has become known as a host of the gaming channel Pear of Geeks, won the prestigious "Cthulu Masters" role-playing tournament (prior to the world championships the most prestigious role-playing tournament in the world of RPG) and runs a limited number of highly sought after games at the UK Games Expo convention.
Telethon Host & Sponsor Liason
Jayson has been a lifelong fan of fantasy, Star Wars and other nerdy delights, but did not get into tabletop gaming until his years at university 7 years ago. Since then he has managed BrigadeCon 2015 and had his RPG work published in Fighting Fantazine and is a regular GM for the prestigious Cthulhu Masters tournament at the UK Games Expo.
Jayson also ran his own YouTube channel on tabletop RPGs for several years before becoming a presenter for Pear Of Geeks with his partner.
Jayson cherishes his own childhood very much and urges you to help us give others their childhood back in these difficult times.