A complete recording of the GenCon 2013 panel on Delta Green: The Roleplaying Game is now available from Unspeakable!, the podcast of The Unspeakable Oath. Listen and subscribe at theunspeakableoath.com. 0:00:00 INTRODUCTIONS. Shane Ivey with Dennis Detwiller, Adam Scott Glancy, Kenne
The magazine The Unspeakable Oath, which first published intelligence of Delta Green to its small but esoterically erudite readership in 1993, has won an Ennie Award for Best Aid or Accessory for a roleplaying game. See details here.
In 1999 I wrote “Jack Frost,” a Delta Green adventure about horrors in the dead of winter in rural Alabama. The road sign is plain and green, the sort mandated by state law and never supplemented with anything more decorative: “Willis, Ala.,” it reads, “P
This adventure is an attempt at a sequel to my favorite scenario “The Evil Stars” by Keith Herber from Cthulhu Now. I’ve also Delta Green’d it and reconciled the old Hastur references to the John Tynes version of the Hastur Mythos from Countdown. Background In