Special guests for WagonCon 2017!
"N. Phillip Cole (NPC) was cursed at his birth naming ceremony to game forever, the eternal GM, the guy who always buys the books and thus the guy who always runs things. One day he started writing them, too. From that desire to create came Cannibal Contagion, Motobushido, Gattaibushido:FUSION!, Don't Die, and the HAMMERCRAWL! Method. NPC is all about inclusivity at his table, and strives to create gaming experiences accessible to players of all walks and wheels of life. He really, really likes puppies, breakfast, and motorcycles, too."
Chris Weedin is the creator of five-star horror-comedy RPG Horror Rules, the Simply Horrible Roleplaying Game. But it's not entirely his fault. Others helped. He is the winner of a Gaming Genius award and has also created a couple of fun card games, such as Relentless, the Game of Non-Stop Zombie Carnage and Lots and Lots of Shooting and the secret agendas superhero party game Super City. Again, he had help.
He spends his time creating new games, doing public appearances and speaking, practicing youth ministry and perpetuating the Horror Rules Mini-Con at pop-culture conventions such as the Central City Comic Con, which he helps out with a lot. Of course, as with everything else, other people are involved. You could be one of them.
He likes exercise, coffee, superheroes, Jesus, playing board and card games, camping and entertaining his family. Again, people.
One of the few things he has done by himself is write the horror-comedy series Graveyard Shift, the Adventures of Carson Dudley. But someone has to read it, so in effect that's not just his deal either.
He is happily married and lives in Selah, WA with this wife, two obedient children and an occasional dog. These are the ones – next to God - who have helped him the very most in everything he has done. For this he is eternally and continually thankful and grateful that he hasn't had to do any of it alone. If you want to be one of the people who helps him do stuff, just ask him. He likes that.
Child Star ~ "Manos" The Hands of Fate / Writer ~ Growing Up With Manos The Hands of Fate / Producer ~ Manos Returns Jackey Neyman Jones is the only surviving actor willing to talk about the experience of Manos The Hands of Fate. She played Debbie. Her father, Tom Neyman was The Master and Artistic Director while mom made the costumes. Even the family Doberman played his part. Through her book and public appearances, Jackey dispels myths and shares behind the scenes stories of Mystery Science Theater 3000 fan favorite and The Worst Movie Ever Made. Jackey has appeared at the Hollywood Independent Film Festival, The El Paso Classic Film Festival, Crypticon Seattle and The Chicago Music Box.
Jackey will be attending on Sunday the 7th, and will be playing a Manos-themed game of Risus, so sign up before it's full!
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