I referred to the "Autocrat's Handbook" because I was fairly sure that was what it was called.
I use both autocrat and event steward. I like autocrat because they are the individual in charge of the event. It's not an oligarchy. (Unless you are talking about Lilies).
The word steward is probably more accurate. However, since an autocrat does more than manage the "hall" or "sty", it isn't really the best descriptor either.
I say troll out of habit. I always thought of it in the verb form. I'm moving slowly through the line. I'm trolling along.
The other -ocrats always bugged me. They were clearly made up words. To make my point once, I actually had an event bid that listed everyone as an -ocrat. Autocrat, feastocrat, troll-ocrat, fighting-ocrat, serve-rocrat, prize-ocrat, crash space-ocrat. If it was a job at the event, I called them -ocrat.
I use mundane, except when talking about a person or their name. Me and my name (Bruce) are not mundane. Sometimes my modern life is.