Deception is a right. Truth is a privilege. Innocence is a luxury. Born of the U.S. government’s 1928 raid on the degenerate coastal town of Innsmouth, Massachusetts, the covert agency known as Delta Green opposes the forces of darkness with honor, but without glory. Delta Green agents slip through the system, manipulating the federal bureaucracy while pushing the darkness back for another day — but often at a shattering personal cost.

Operational Intelligence

Delta Green game log from 1997: EARL GREY, 2 of 5

Continued from Part 1 /BEGIN LOG Lundquist : So, who else is here for the dg game? Chaplin : I am. Mmohrfield : I came as a spectator. Knight : I am Mmohrfield : Has the dg referee shown up yet? Lundquist : Not to my knowledge. Knight : he is online but not in here SGlancy12 : Good Ev
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Delta Green game log from 1997: EARL GREY, 3 of 5

Continuing from Part 2 (Abandoning attempts to infiltrate Bedlam hospital, the team tracks down Wade Cullen at his home. Knight goes in to speak to him, pretending to be a former colleague, while Lundquist and Chaplin wait in the car outside.) SGlancy12 : been drawing all day. Lundqui
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Delta Green game log from 1997: EARL GREY, 4 of 5

Continuing from Part 3 Lundquist : Back to the hotel for a night’s rest? Or should we visit the embassy tonight? Knight : get some sleep Lundquist : Works for me. SGlancy12 : Precautions? Chaplin : This is important, we can just sit on it all night. Knight : we could contact the
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Delta Green game log from 1997: EARL GREY, 5 of 5

Continuing from Part 4 Lundquist : Any response from Alphonse? SGlancy12 : After about a week you guys are about ready to be discharged. SGlancy12 : When a man in a suit, looking much like a greying oxford-academic arrives. SGlancy12 : “Gentlemen. My name is Cotten. I was wonder
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Directives from A-Cell 111: The World Needs Bad Men

by Adam Scott Glancy © 2014 A Return to Small “c” Conspiracy with TRUE DETECTIVE Back in February 2005, I wrote my second Directive From A-Cell for Worlds of Cthulhu magazine. It was titled “Conspiracy with a Little c.” That Directive provided advice, particularly for non-U.S. players
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