The cast of Pretending to be People, a Delta Green AP podcast, agreed to let me run them through Night Floors, perhaps my single favorite DG scenario. An artist in New York City has gone missing under circumstances unusual enough to merit Delta Green’s attention. A team of FBI agents comb through her apartment building for a clue only to find a mystery that perhaps should not be unraveled.
In 1970, a group of Delta Green veterans band together to steal documents from their own government. Delta Green has been shut down as an official agency, but to the veterans, the war goes on. They have resorted to using the weapons of the enemy, in the form of a hyperdimensional gate, but will it be enough?
Recorded at Gen Con 2019
Adam Scott Glancy – GM
Ross as Jim Kyle
Aaron as Mark Payne
Jason as Robert Elswit
Maddy as Mark Bridges
Arthur as Donald Meeker
Brownie as Lenoard Bastion
Two Delta Green agents uncovered a criminal conspiracy with an unknown capacity for hypergeometry, demonstrating the capacity to bring dead men back to life. Before the agents could do anything about it, they were attacked and barely escaped with their lives. Now a new team of four agents has been assembled to take down the organization and destroy any hypergeometry vectors, without being killed, arrested, or identified.
Cast: Caleb as Kelsey, a federal agent
Birk as Hugo, a special forces operator
Tom as Sherman, a special forces operator
Aaron as Virginia, a paramedic
Ross as the GM
While excavating land around Catholic church near Norfolk, Virginia as part of a larger renovation, local construction workers have unearthed a strange burial site. Inside a hillside crypt nearly 200 yards from the church, workers found nearly 30 skeletal remains arranged in a circle along the walls of the crypt. Each skeleton was found to have had it’s skull removed and placed in front of a central skeleton holding a long blade with spiral etching. Initial observations from friendlies on the site have determined that the blade may be a point of concern. Delta Green activates a cell to investigate the site and identify any potential vectors.