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Delta Green: The Gorgon Incident

Several years after the raid on Innsmouth, a small group in the Office of Naval Intelligence is tasked with investigating the occult. P-Division has learned of a series of bizarre incidents at the Cabot Museum in Boston. Theft, suspicious deaths, and worse. A team of agents heads to Boston to learn the secrets of the artifacts stored at the museum and who is after them.

Thanks to Adam Scott Glancy for running this scenario for us at Gen Con 2018!

As Blossoms Fall

A pre-feudal Japanese oneshot about five people torn between the terrible weight of duty and the bonds of feeling between them: forced to choose what they will save, what they will give up, and what they will destroy.

This adventure was designed by Luke Jordan originally created for live play in a convention setting. The module features a custom resolution mechanic, with heavy emphasis on character-driven roleplay. The Actual Play was ran by RPPR’s “Most Innovative” GM, Bridget, at GenCon 2018, featuring veteran RPPR cast members and a few newcomers. Atmospheric and moody, this is RPPR at its best.

If you would like to run this scenario yourself, you can obtain it from Luke’s itch.io page for a reasonable price. If you want to see more high quality content from our “Most Innovative” GM, Bridget’s patreon can be found here.

Zweihander: Night of Blood at Gen Con 2018

A group of weary travelers are caught out in the rain. Stumbling through the darkness, they head to a nearby inn to wait out the storm. However, there they find corpses, strange things in the dark, and the oddest innkeeper they’ve ever met. Will they survive the Night of Blood?

If you enjoy this game, check out the Main Gauche Kickstarter, a new supplement for Zweihander!

Call of Cthulhu: The Wounded

wounded4News: Bonus Horrors of War AP podcasts are available as a free download on our Patreon.

Synopsis. The horrors of the First World War did not end at the battlefield for many. Crippling injuries affected countless soldiers and civilians on both sides. In one British countryside hospital, a group of wounded soldiers begin the long journey of coming to terms with their wounds when a doctor offers them a chance at a normal life. The experimental surgery can restore missing limbs and burned skin and safely extract embedded shrapnel. It seems like a panacea for all forms of injury, but how can it possibly work? As the patients consider their options, their dreams grow strange. Their war has ended, but another one beckons…

Call of Cthulhu: Iconoclasts

iconoclastsA group of useful idiots from the West have journeyed to war-torn Iraq in search of power and fame as soldiers of ISIS. Barely speaking the local language, they are used as pawns and propaganda tools. Their latest mission seems like a cakewalk – search an old man’s mansion for possible hidden antiquities and artifacts. The man is unarmed, assisted by a few servants, one of whom is an informant for ISIS. Ancient artifacts can be sold on the black market or smashed on video for propaganda, both valuable to the terrorist organization. Little do they realize that some artifacts are not meant to be sold or broken.

This game was recorded at Gen Con 2015 in an open gaming room, so there will be background noise. Sorry!