A group of federal employees with special clearance are scrambled to Crofton, Maryland, as the Program comes to fear infiltration by a non-human lineage. The body of William Garrett, NSA analyst and Delta Green friendly, has been discovered in his townhouse. Garrett’s cadaver appears to have been partially transformed into a reptilian, or possibly aquatic, hominid monstrosity. Have the Program’s efforts to track and sever the Innsmouth bloodlines been in vain? What killed William Garrett, and how? Operation PELAGIC has been activated at short notice to plunge into murkier depths than anyone could possibly expect in this original scenario.
Some of the material Patrick was quoting in this episode “Intelligences” which can be found in Dennis Detwiller’s Tales from Failed Anatomies.
Detwiller, Dennis. Delta Green: Tales from Failed Anatomies. Chelsea, AL: Arc Dream Publishing, 2014. Print.
(MLA citation, because we are that professional)
Adam, Noah, Chris and RPX actual player Aaron discuss their experiences using improvisation techniques to shape their role-playing games.
Areas of discussion: Improvisation, Player Vs. GM Improvisation, Stocking Your GM Toolbox, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Nier: Automata, Yakuza 0,
Please check out Noah’s new podcast based of the CW’s Riverdale, Blood Money, Maple Syrup.
The agents of Operation Malta continue their investigation into the mysterious deaths, a string of seemingly unrelated events unfolds throughout Seattle. Meanwhile, Flight 191 CDC Secure carrying the unknown biological substance found at the crime scene goes down over the Clearwater National Forest. As the agents search for the killer, a string pet disappearances lead Sgt. Hudson and Agent Baker to a deadly confrontation.
Note: Please take a few moments to complete a quick poll *spoilers* about the events that unfolded during this episode. Thanks.
On the morning of October 1, 2014 the bodies of Dr. Tibalt Grieves and Amanda Griffin were discovered at their residence in Mill Creek, Washington. The bodies of both Grieves and Griffin were found with wounds to the face and a congealed blue substance surrounding the mouth. The discovery of a hidden bio-hazard lab within the residence with several hundred thousands of dollars worth of equipment prompts officers to cordoned of the house and contact the CDC and FBI. A brief examination of the site by CDC infectious analyst and Delta Green friendly Dr. Roberta Kane prompts her to contact Delta Green and Operation Malta is activated.
Finally, our epic four-part one-shot comes to an end.
Having survived the chaos of Eldarak the group tries to settle back into their normal lives, but some things can’t be put to rest so easy.
Warning: This episode does contain references to animal cruelty.
Stay tuned for an upcoming tabletop workshop session where the players discuss with Adam ways to improve upon the game and game mastering.
Trying to get a leg-up on the competition, our larpers descend deeper into the forest. As emotions run high, Eldarak goes sour and they have to fight for their lives.
Note: The conclusion of this mini campaign was accidentally published as episode 4 before the release of this episode. The conclusion has since then relabeled as episode five. Sorry for the confusion.
With Eldarak well under way, the larpers delve deeper into the forest and madness.
Warning: The game is cut a bit short due to Adam’s daughter getting sick.
After having just witnessed and nearly been a part of a car crash, the four larpers finally arrive to Eldarak. To win the LiveGame challenge these four friends will need to do some questionable to get the upper hand.
Eldarak is a live action roleplaying event that aims to take LARPing from pastime to profession. Sponsor LiveGame entertainment aims to create a reality TV sensation with competitive LARPing. Participants at the debut event, Eldarak, compete for cash prizes and chance to become a professional LiveGame LARPer. As four friends make their way toward Eldarak, not even a successful spot hidden roll can save them from Fear Itself….