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.
Synopsis: A long-retired agent died four days ago. Delta Green has tasked a team to make sure he didn’t leave any deadly secrets behind. The simple task turns dark when the agents find out he has an isolated cabin outside of the city, with secrets he didn’t tell anyone. What lurks beneath?
Synopsis: A mixed group of federal law enforcement and military agents find themselves in Afghanistan on a mission for Delta Green. A fellow Delta Green agent has gone missing from an Army base in a troubled province. It’s up to the agents to find him before the disappearance draws the kind of attention that Delta Green cannot afford. The missing agent went on a mission by himself into the heart of darkness. Even if the team survives the journey, can they gaze into the void and survive?
A group of agents for the Program operating in the Northeast have been called up to a location in rural New York for a deniable op. No further orders have been given, so they wait, in the dark, in a car with false papers and their thoughts. When gunshots ring out at a nearby farm house, they realize the mission has just begun, but what exactly is the mission?
I later ran this scenario for Patreon backers. The game is on Youtube if you want to hear how differently it went down.
Working Group Masticate is tasked with investigating an unusual spree killing. They find a connection to a strange computer app and begin digging down. What they find sets the final act into motion. The truth is near, but the cost may be too much for the remaining Teeth and their handlers. Reality is only a mask, waiting to be removed.
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