Jul
09
2018
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The “Delta Green: the Labyrinth” Kickstarter is live.

Finally. And I’ve already signed up for the Kickstarter, of course. Having John Tynes write Delta Green: The Labyrinth is something that I can really get behind.

Jul
07
2018
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2018 ENnie Award nominations are out.

Found here.  A lot of nominations for the new Delta Green, which is honestly the only one that I can really speak of from this year’s list.  But it’s good — if you like cosmic horror, particularly when it’s written by people who are having their own Horror at Red Hook moment — so I’ll happily vote for it and leave the other categories blank.  Also, the new Delta Green Kickstarter (for Delta Green: Labyrinth) drops on Monday, assuming it doesn’t get delayed again. Gonna be cool…

Jul
03
2018
1

Delta Green: Labyrinth Kickstarter pushed back a week.

I can stop haunting Kickstarter now: Delta Green: Labyrinth will drop on July 9th.  …We.  We can stop haunting Kickstarter now.  Surely I was not the only person in the world popping over at random to do searches today.  Surely?

Jul
02
2018
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Delta Green: The Labyrinth Kickstarter drops tomorrow.

I know three things: the title (Delta Green: The Labyrinth*); that it drops tomorrow; and that the author of this Mythos RPG sourcebook is John Scott Tynes. …And that’s the ballgame right there, folks. John Tynes was one of the original authors of the original Delta Green books, which I found in the legendary Compleat Strategist gaming store in NYC. I remember looking at them, seeing the price tags**, sighing ruefully — then stopping. Wait, I said. I have a real job, I said. I could buy these. Just, you know… buy them. (more…)

Jun
14
2018
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The Delta Green Bundle of Holding.

This Delta Green Bundle of Holding is for the new edition, which is gorgeous.  It’s a government conspiracy Cthulhu Mythos RPG — although anybody reading this site surely knows this by now, given how I talk about it all the time — and I can personally say that every item in the Bundle of Holding is worth the attention. So get it now, while the threshold price is under thirty bucks.

Jun
09
2018
1

In the Mail: Delta Green.

This is the nice two-volume full-color hardback Delta Green in a slipcase:

…and the interior is lovely. Also, full of mild-blasting truths that will overwhelm my fragile sanity with the force of its implacable anagnorisis, but that’s the Cthulhu Mythos for you.  I look forward to the steady SAN loss.

Jan
17
2018
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The Way It Went Down (Delta Green Kickstarter reward) now available.

One of the rewards for the Delta Green Kickstarter was The Way It Went Down, which is a collection of 33 short-short stories by Dennis Detwiller written in the Delta Green Cthulhu Mythos universe. Three bucks, candy if you’re a Delta Green enthusiast like myself.  I personally got distracted by the book and have been steadily chewing away at it for the last hour or so; your own mileage may vary, but if you were in on the Delta Green Kickstarter I think that you’d be getting it for free anyway.

So check it out.

Jan
14
2018
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In the mail: A bunch of Delta Green books.

I may have gone a bit overboard.

To be fair, these are all print versions of the Delta Green Kickstarter PDFs that got made; they were originally supposed to be just available in PDF, but I guess Arc Dream figured out how to print them cheaply enough. Anyway, they offered five bucks off per book, so I just started grabbing. And wasn’t it a fun exercise in getting them, too. Long story, and it got resolved to my satisfaction, so I’m not gonna tattle on anybody.

Oct
31
2017
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In the e-mail: Delta Green: Handler’s Guide.

Delta Green: Handler’s Guide is the GM guide for the Delta Green RPG itself; and when you’ve been a fan of the game for as long as I have, the updating of the backstory alone is going to be worth it. A lot of stuff has gone down in the Delta Green universe since the 1990s.  And, as would be appropriate for a Cthulhu Mythos game, things have gotten worse.  I have some fun Halloween reading to look forward to.

Aug
11
2017
2

I was going to order this Delta Green patch, but now I don’t know.

There’s something about it that doesn’t appeal.  I mean, yes, it’s an asymmetrical design that’s supposed to be evocative of medieval ritual magical symbols (hidden as a government logo); and if I’m remembering my Latin right the motto is brutally honest for that game world. I get all of that.

But it’s still just a little unsettling.  Weird. Guess that they did their job properly with the design, huh?

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