August 5

Delta Green RPG kickstarter

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At GenCon a great announcement was made with regards to the Delta Green RPG kickstarter which will be launched in September 2015.

Delta Green co-creators Dennis Detwiller and Adam Scott Glancy return to co-author Delta Green: The Role-Playing Game with Kenneth Hite (Trail of Cthulhu, Night’s Black Agents), Shane Ivey (The Unspeakable Oath, Wild Talents), and Greg Stolze (Unknown Armies, Godlike). Delta Green co-creator John Scott Tynes will serve as an advisor and contributor to the new game.

Delta Green: The Role-Playing Game features investigators such as federal agents and scientists charged with stopping lethal incursions of supernatural forces. They move under cover and in the shadows. They don’t just fight the unnatural, they must conceal it to save others from being exposed—and they must hide the crimes they commit for what they’re told is the greater good. The game’s rules are optimized for suspenseful, horrifying adventures in the aftermath of the War on Terror and are fully compatible with over 30 years’ worth of Cthulhu Mythos games.

Delta Green: The Role-Playing Game will be published in a full-color core book with deep resources to create new threats as you explore this terrifying world. A slimmer Delta Green Agent’s Handbook, meant for easy use by all players, includes only the most essential rules needed to play.

the fall of delta greenAdditional sourcebooks, campaigns, adventures, and spinoff games will be available in the Kickstarter campaign. The first add-on is The Fall of Delta Green, a standalone game about Delta Green in the 1960s. Published by Pelgrane Press Ltd., The Fall of Delta Green will be written by Trail of Cthulhu author Kenneth Hite and will combine the GUMSHOE investigative system and Delta Green: The Role-Playing Game. It will feature notes for easy conversion between the two games.

Ralph

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Ralph is a gamer, dungeon master, Youtuber, and RPG collector who's incredibly passionate about roleplaying games. Coming from a computer roleplaying game background, he discovered tabletop roleplaying games at GenCon Benelux and a whole new world opened up. When he was properly introduced to them in a local gaming store, he knew he had found the best game ever!



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