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Gen Con 2016 is next week. (Use our 2016 icon to help spread the word.) More than two dozen games of Delta Green will be run, along with six games of Godlike and three of Monsters and Other Childish Things. (Remember, you can often join a sold-out game by showing up with generic tickets. If someone who paid for a ticket fails to show up, you’re in.)

We’ll be in the Exhibit Hall at Booth 623, showing off the new Delta Green books and previewing a proof of the gorgeous new edition of Puppetland. Join us.

And while the games fill up fast, a few Delta Green events are open to the public.

Delta Green: Need to Know

Saturday, 6th August 2016, 3:00 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza, Grand Central Ballroom B. Meet the authors of Delta Green: The Role-Playing Game, the new incarnation of the award-winning setting of Lovecraftian horror and modern conspiracy. With Dennis Detwiller, Adam Scott Glancy, Kenneth Hite, Shane Ivey, and Greg Stolze.

Delta Green: Eyes Only

Saturday, 6th August 2016, 8:00 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza, Conrail room. Mystery. Dread. Appalling sacrifice. Cosmic terror. Join us for a master class in running Delta Green. With Dennis Detwiller, Adam Scott Glancy, Kenneth Hite, Shane Ivey, and Greg Stolze.

Delta Green: Opening the Green Box

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 5:00 p.m. in the Exhibit Hall, Booth 623. Come to Booth 623 and sign up for the Delta Green announcement newsletter to earn one of three chances to open the Green Box. The Green Box will be kept at the booth. It’s a scarred survivor of many Delta Green operations, and what it contains is anyone’s guess. At 5:00 p.m. we’ll randomly pick a name from those that have signed up at the convention. (If you already subscribe to the newsletter, you can still get a chance to open the box by signing up at Gen Con.) If that person is present, he or she gets the key to open the box and keep whatever treasures or terrors are inside. If the name we draw is absent, we draw another name.

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P.S.: Arc Dream’s Shane Ivey also wrote “Red Days Rising,” a Rohirrim adventure for The One Ring. Join one of those games and come tell him how it went.

Simeon Cogswell is a freelance designer, layout artist, and PR guy in the RPG and board game industry.

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