Vote for the Best 2014 Delta Green Shotgun Scenario

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The Delta Green Shotgun Scenario contest more or less annually invites members of the Delta Green Mailing List to write brief Call of Cthulhu adventures for the chance of a reward. The 2014 winner will be published in The Unspeakable Oath. The top three winners will receive gift certificates to DriveThruRPG ($20 for first place, $10 for second, $5 for third) and free web hosting for a year from fellow DGML members.

Join the Delta Green Mailing List and vote for your favorite scenario.

The contestants, courtesy of Ed Possing and the Fairfield Project:

  • The Silent Service by anonymous. A U.S. Navy historian uncovers his father’s secret past. 1150 words.
  • Radio Silence by anonymous. As technology degrades so do the agents. 5100 words.
  • A Tale From The Mukhabarat Basement by anonymous. Cosmic horror is released by the study of kabbalistic books. 880 words.
  • Special Delivery by anonymous. A dangerous artifact is in the hands of a disgruntled postal worker. 1500 words.
  • Polybius by anonymous. Two children disappear after long hours playing a video game. 1500 words.
  • First Hand Accounts by anonymous. Agents infiltrate a mythos self-help group. 1500 words.
  • Ad Tempus by anonymous. A time traveler goes back in time to kill himself before he can invent time travel. 1050 words.
  • Safe House, Dark by anonymous. Agents must clear a CIA safe house of incriminating evidence, but an entity in the house has other plans. 2250 words.
  • Out of Mind..Out of Time… by anonymous. The Mi-Go control an agent’s reality. 1925 words.
  • Project Paper Tiger by anonymous. A vengeful Japanese spirit yearns to wreak havoc on the world. 1500 words.
  • Straight Outta Crompton by anonymous. Agents investigate a paranoid hip-hop artist. 1500 words.
  • The Franciscan File by anonymous. Delta Green agents are in a race against Majestic-12 to determine the source of a mysterious sickness. 1375 words.
  • When the Greys Pushed Back by anonymous. Our story begins at the end of the world. 1425 words.
Shane Ivey runs Arc Dream Publishing and is the lead editor of the newest Delta Green projects.

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