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Delta Green: Sweetness
by Trung B. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 04/03/2018 22:45:24

A horrific tale of the consequences of being a Delta Green agent...and what happens when that person becomes the mission.



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Delta Green: Strange Authorities
by Alessandro M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 03/28/2018 05:13:49

Well written, compelling, never predictable. Read it, You won't regret it!



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Delta Green: Agent's Handbook
by Mike D. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 03/26/2018 16:06:21

Staring into the eye of madness, the abyss, the apocalypse... if you need a one-sentence description of Delta Green, that would do. I have been a fan of Delta Green since it first appeared as a modern-day era supplement for Call of Cthulhu. I loved it then, but this is my hands-down favorite now. There are many horror-themed games on the market, but few are willing to cross that invisible line into a world where death and madness are not possibilities, they are inevitable. Delta Green pulls no punches and I love it all the more for that.

Yes, characters are fighting the "good" fight, but that's only a single (and perhaps least interesting) facet of the game. It's that downward spiral your characters inevitably slip into that really gives some gravitas and meat (pun intended) to the setting. Could you run a Mythos version of the X-Files with this? Sure. But, you'd be better off seeking your entertainment elsewhere. Pushing back the unknown, one mission at a time- that's DG. Watching your relationships disintegrate before your eyes because you can't tell them what you have seen or done, and those things invariably making you a colder, harder person... that's DG. Driving down the country road, your clothes covered in your partner's (who is dead in the seat next to you) blood and you have to get rid of the body because no one can know about how he died or why... that's DG.

I cannot give this game high enough marks. It's damn-near perfect. If you love horror and mystery that does not hold your hand, you need to buy Delta Green!



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Delta Green: The Role-Playing Game
by Richard T. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 03/15/2018 04:05:10

As a Kickstarter backer I grumble at how long these projects take and DG was no exception.

The final product is excellent and the up date to the rules streamlines and mirrors the effect these things have on us in real life. The violence and bonds mechanic especially backs up the evidence of the after effects of prolonged combat as many veterans will confess to. Broken relationships, PTSD, thousand yard stare can all be realised in game giving a balanced rules mechanism to enhance the atmosphere and in some cases, desperation of Agents. Love it.

Look forward to the slipcase set.



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Delta Green: The Role-Playing Game
by David T. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 03/14/2018 15:52:23

I joined this Kickstarter after taking a look at the early rules document. I was thinking about purchasing the new Call of Cthulhu at the time, but I instantly fell in love with these rules. They are the best horror RPG rules I've used, and I've been playing since the 70's. Super streamlined, with a great reworking of Sanity, and fantastic additions for downtime and family life. Another nice addition is Lethality, making combat realistic and frightening. I really like conspiracy and "monster of the week" campaigns, and this game does both very well, with the bonus of existing within HPL's Mythos. Character creation is fast, but you still end up with a deep character. The information on government organizations is top notch. The Handler's Guide oozes adventure ideas and horror from every page. The layout is fantastic and very atmospheric. You can easily run any previous Delta Green material or CoC scenario with these rules. This is really the only horror game I'm ever going to need. It's perfect. Can't wait for more of the books.



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Delta Green: The Role-Playing Game
by Eric B. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 03/14/2018 15:45:25

A fantastic update of a great game. The new mechanical additions go a long way to supporting the sort of games that this setting has always excelled at: desperate agents trying to save the world as their life, careers, and sanity slowly buckle under the strain. Everything you need to run an awesome Lovecraftian campaign is in these two books!



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Delta Green: The Last Equation
by Trung B. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 03/04/2018 15:25:40

The first scenario that exposed me to Delta Green back when it was originally released and it hit all of the werid things that I really love about the setting. How it's grounded in the real world and that how one thing, upon discovery, can catostraphically ruin the lives of everyone in contact with it. There's a beautiful nihilism about The Last Equation that is wonderful to run and play. It's a great mystery that isn't about a monster and more about the horrors of the world that lie just beyond human comprehension. It's quintessentially Delta Green.



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Delta Green: Need to Know
by Customer Name Withheld [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 03/02/2018 23:26:15

The Need to Know Document is a great primer on the rules for the Delta Green RPG. All the "crunch" of the system packaged in a well-designed and easy to use reference. Perfect for use at the table to make a quick rules lookup. It also contains six pre-generated characters and an intro scenario called "Last Things Last." A good intro scenario for new players to get a feel for the rules, and it can also be used as a great jumping-off point for a new campaign.

The screen is one of the best "GM Screens" I have ever seen for an RPG. It is a four-panel screen, each panel approx 8.5" x 11", oriented landscape-style so it doesn't block your view of the table or your players. The tables on the back side are very useful and I find them to be of great help when running a game. The art on the front is top-notch and it fits right in with the setting of Delta Green. It is made of durable cardboard, just like a hardcover book, so it should last for many years. Tougher than a Shantak's thorax.



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Delta Green: Briefing Documents
by John L. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/18/2018 13:25:55

Handy easy to use guide for players new to the Delta Green setting.



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Delta Green: Agent Dossiers
by John L. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/18/2018 13:21:34

An excellent resource for handlers, well designed and laid out. Gives predesigned character sheets for the occupations in the Delta Green Agent's Handbook. Well worth the money.



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Delta Green: Handler's Guide
by Sergio P. O. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/18/2018 07:22:36

Am a big fan of horror settings and a HUGE fan of the late D20 modern and its attempt to modernize the RPG setting. Absolutly loved this game, modern setting plus horror lore OMFG. Also worth mention is the FREE updates to the book every time its corrected or edited. Highly recomended



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Delta Green: Need to Know
by Monica G. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 02/16/2018 11:37:36

This was reviewd by Brian Woodman for www.GeeksAGogo.com. Full review link below

Delta Green, which Pagan Publishing first released in 1997, expertly combined ‘X Files’-style conspiracy horror with the Lovecraftian horror of Chaosium’s ‘Call of Cthulhu RPG. The players are federal agents and their allies involved in an obscure conspiracy to combat the monsters and cults affiliated with the Cthulhu Mythos, protecting the United States from cosmic horrors.

It uses the same elegant system and contained a wealth of information on real-world federal agencies as well as fictional enemies running the gamut of the genre (double-dealing federal agents, zombie-making Nazi holdouts, etc).

This product is a compressed, quick-start version of the new edition for the game. It does what it is supposed to do but by its very nature is very underdeveloped. It does contain a great sample scenario and should whet the appetites of anyone interested in the premise.

It contains interesting rules for interpersonal bonds outside of work. The system allows these bonds to alleviate the stressors that players may face from their jobs, although these can erode over time – a nice touch that allows realistic psychological horror to enter the game.

This product may serve as a back door for people new to the game. More experienced players may find it of limited use, although I am interested in seeing where further products in the line may lead. Read more of our review at: https://www.geeksagogo.com/single-post/2018/02/11/Delta-Green-Game-Review



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Delta Green: The Way It Went Down
by Phil W. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/12/2018 05:26:27

A great collection of stories, and a must for any DG fan, or Cthulhu fan, or indeed and horror fan full stop!



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Delta Green: Observer Effect
by Trung B. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/11/2018 15:27:17

An excellent scenario that portrays the new "Program" of Delta Green investigating things man was not meant to know and shows that the result of even harmless scientific experimentation can yield disasterous results. Smooth to run, tense, and exciting. It's a great "closed room" scenario.



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Delta Green: Lover in the Ice
by Ben F. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/11/2018 13:47:03

Lover in the Ice is an awesome Delta Green scenario you can play with the basic rules in Need to Know and it's pregens.

It is a mature scenario (though it could be argued to be more teenage male in..... design!)......

Agents are plonked into an ice storm and have to secure a Green Box (secret storage facility) whose alarm has gone off in the storm.

It is very entertaining. There is a fantastic podcast of it online run by its creator Caleb Stokes. Well written. Sandbox in style but with a tight time line of events.

No city map is included. Google La Fontaine map and you should find one of Springfield altered to work.   You will need to work out where events happen.   The end part needs some fleshing out by the Keeper as well. Caleb has written a fantastic overview of events and problems. The Keeper needs to polish to taste. The podcast helped me a lot in this regard. I don't want to give away the story..... but certainly making sure the Keeper is conversant with the threat, it's strengths and weaknesses is essential.

Highly recommended. Read up on other advice online. I only had a 3 hour window to play this in. Thus we focused on the missing content from the Green Box. It was an intense and at times hilarious session!



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