Shotgun scenarios

Remember that evening on the pier? Two ships coming in loaded with inhuman monsters? Cargo containers shaking like unstable bombs… the full moon glaring down with cold light in the frozen night? Steel rending with a metallic scream?

That was a shotgun scenario…

— The Man in Black answers a question

A shotgun scenario is a short plan for a DG simulation. Originally, the Man in Black pictured them as "ultra-condensed descriptions of possible adventures, plot-hooks, themes, or sub plots", essentially inspirational set-pieces and plug-ins rather than RPG adventure scenarios.

Shotgun scenarios are written mostly in an annual year-end contest on the DGML, where the rules state they must be 1500 words or less. No submissions are anywhere near as short as the Man in Black's original examples, so in effect, the connotation has changed from "ultra-condensed" to just short.

2019 Shotgun Contest Announcement

Copyright status

The copyright status of Delta Green material in general and non-commercial fan publications is described in the official FAQ. On that page you will find an official notice to be appended to “each web page that makes use of Delta Green characters and settings”, including those in shotgun scenarios. Any paid or commercial product that uses Delta Green, including any commercial republication of any shotgun scenario, must be separately and specifically licensed from the Delta Green Partnership as well as the author.

Please seek permission directly from the author even for non-commercial republication and translation online. Where permission is granted, please note, in each scenario’s article on the Fairfield Project wiki, where it has been published.

In the interest of simplifying this process, when you submit a scenario to the annual contest, please use your real name and supply contact details to be made public with your submission once the contest is over. By default, authors are assumed not to want their email addresses made public in this way.

Chronological index

2005

The poll to decide on a winner received 42 votes.

  • Schrodinger's Dilemma by Jonny X. A message, possibly from the future, says a man must be killed in Washington D.C. First place. 4500 words.
  • Last Things Last by Bret Kramer. Cleanup after a deceased old-timer in the group. Equal second. 1500 words.
  • Double Dog Dare by Jeff Campbell. A nasty time loop around a Green Box. Equal second. 1700 words.
  • A Future So Bright... by Janusz A. Urbanowicz. Spy work with the White House entourage to the G8 talks at Vienna. 1500 words.
  • Operation SPRING CLEANING by Robert Lint. Unexpected signs of a life from a broken cell. 1400 words.
  • Borderline by J. Edward Tremlett. The chupacabra kills in Texas. 1500 words.

The Colour and the Shape by Rob K was submitted after the deadline and was therefore not eligible for voting. In it, USDA inspectors act strangely following deaths among cattle. 4600 words.

2006

The poll to decide on a winner received 21 votes. The contest administrator wrote that The Tales Dead Men Tell "is 900 words over the word count, so that entry will not win unless it has more than double the votes of its nearest competitor".

2007

The poll to decide on a winner received 42 votes.

  • Metamorphosis by Graham Kinniburgh. An encounter with another team's op that has gone terribly wrong. First place.
  • U.X.O. by Bret Kramer. Investigation of an alleged UFO crash by Saucerwatch and Delta Green. Second place.
  • Wormwood by James Haughton and Arseny Kuznetsov. A mission to purchase and destroy Mythos documents from the Russian mob leads to unexpected complications. Third place.
  • Going Under by Simon RJB. Pursuing an anarchist cult leads to a showdown in Disneyland.
  • Through the Darkness of Futures Past by Simon RJB. Mopping up the remnants of an Alaskan cult brings forth dangers from a future age.
  • Tides of Doom by Ross Payton. Terrorists seeking to use Mythos sorcery must be stopped.
  • Whichever She Was by Viktor Eikman. A suspect disappears mysteriously from a police station.

2008

The poll to decide on a winner received 41 votes.

  • The Evidence Locker by weirmonken06. A quest to have Delta Green legitimized once more has dire consequences. First place.
  • Psych Eval by James Haughton. The responsibilities of an Agent's day job come to haunt. Second place.
  • Damaged by Graham Kinniburgh. A DG Friendly with psychic abilities is becoming a danger to those around her. Equal third.
  • Good Intentions by Bret Kramer. A do-gooder threatens the conspiracy and must be dealt with. Equal third.
  • Abduction by Brian Ridge. A flashback single-player scenario for a uniquely talented PC.
  • A Cult On The Couch by Marty Caplan. An expert on cults treads into Delta Green territory.
  • Burn Before Reading by Ross Payton. A former Friendly is being blackmailed by an unknown party.
  • Target Verification by Chad Bowser. The agents are tasked by A Cell to eliminate a compromised DG member.

2008 was the year the Large Hadron Collider was switched on. A scenario was written in honour of the potentially universe-destroying occasion:

To commemorate Halloween 2008, list member Jon Nyx suggested a scenario writing contest with a theme of the Naica Mine Crystals. There was one entry:

  • Bad Time to Die by James Haughton. Brujos, K'n-Yan and serial killers on the US-Mexico border.

2009

The poll to decide on a winner received 36 votes.

Memorial rules

In honor of Mark McFadden, a legendary member of the Delta Green community whose death had recently been confirmed on the DGML, Adam Crossingham wrote in the announcement for this year's contest:

1. Name dropping "McFadden" or the "Lizard King" gains entry 1 aditional vote.

2. Plots riffing cult movies gain 2 additional votes. (If you are riffing, please state how and which movies you are riffing in a second e-mail if you want to be sure to score the votes.)

3. Plots using Tcho-Fu gain entry 3 additional votes.

4. Use of “23” as a plot device and/or the surreal use of coincidences as plot gains entry 4 additional votes.

5. Plots credibly using Serpent People gain 10 additional votes. No just making the bad guy a Serpent Man! If the bad guy is a Serpent Man, the plot should reflect this as well.

6. If an entry meets LKM rules 1-5, they will score 23 additional votes instead of 20.

7. My decision on an entry’s eligibility for extra votes is final.

2010

The contest for 2010 was actually held in early 2011. The poll to decide on a winner received 36 votes.

  • Let's Learn Aklo by James Haughton. Multiple deaths at a community centre exist in a loop. First place. 2400 words (plus 400 words for stats).
  • Special Agent by Bret Kramer. A Delta Green cell is debriefed by a man the agents are later ordered to track down. Second place. 1500 words.
  • God Wills It Thus by David M Jacobs. Evelyn Waugh's black magic in Northern Ireland. Third place. 1500 words (plus 500 words for stats and references).
  • Drifting by Viktor Eikman. The Drifting Classroom (1972) plugged into Delta Green. 1300 words.
  • Fimbulvinter by Simon Brake. Ithaqua extends its reach through rock 'n' roll. 1500 words.
  • Integratron by Jason Graham. FBI agents investigate a power surge in California. 1500 words.
  • Train 198 to Churchill, Manitoba by Viktor Eikman. An M-EPIC scenario tying into Dead Letter (Delta Green: Countdown). 1400 words.

2011

The contest for 2011 was held in March and April of 2012. It was announced by list member David March without support from the makers of DG, as there had been no official contest for 2011. The poll to decide on a winner received a record 49 votes.

  • Agent Purple's Green Box Blues by James Haughton. A Delta Green agent fakes Mythos activity in order to avoid confronting Mythos activity. First place. 1200 words.
  • Dawn of the Lambs by Davide Ferrari. A former agent must be silenced before he reveals the conspiracy. 600 words.
  • Dreams of a Memory by Ross Payton. An article is flagged as dangerous for a reason the conspiracy no longer understands. Third place. 1100 words.
  • A Fork in Project FLIPSIDE by Viktor Eikman. A legitimate experiment in physics, on commission by Project REDLIGHT. 1500 words.
  • Hospital of Horror by Chase W. Beck. A mutated Shan causes Alien-style havoc in a hospital. 1700 words.
  • The Man in Black by Chris Huth. A sinister figure steals identities in order to replace his own vanished self. Second place. 1200 words.
  • A Piece of Jade by David March. A minor occultist is killed by a mail-order item. 1200 words.
  • Special Bonus Super Happy Fun April 1st Scenario: A Night at the Opera by James Haughton.

2012

The contest for 2012 began in December and ended in January 2013. It was announced by list member Bret Kramer. Submissions were to be anonymous until the results came in. The theme was ”the Maya”; scenarios making use of Mayan culture would win in the event of a tie in voting. The administrator announced that it was up to the individual voters to (detect and) decide for themselves whether a submission broke the rules. The poll to decide on a winner received 28 votes.

  • Holding Cell by Bret Kramer. A single agent is required to interrogate a victim of Ghatanothoa. First place. 1500 words.
  • Publish or Perish by Michael Daumen. A scholar changes history by rewriting a Mayan codex. Second place. 1500 words.
  • El Camino del Diablo by Chase Beck. Mass murder on the Mexico/U.S. border. Third place. 1900 words (600 more for stats).
  • Cohort by Viktor Eikman. PISCES fears an army of puppets. 1400 words (200 more for stats).
  • Mother's Brew by David Tormsen. Suggestive patterns in seemingly random deaths lead to Mexico. 1500 words.
  • Dream Cruise (Operation ONEIROI) by Owen Guthrie. An apocalyptic Disney cruise. 1500 words (not counting dashes added in formatting by Bret Kramer, or the splitting of Tcho-Tcho into "Tcho Tcho").

2013

The contest for 2013 ran from October to the end of the year. It was announced by list member Viktor Eikman. As in the previous year, submissions were to be anonymous until the results came in. As in 2006, it was announced that entries longer than 1500 words would be permitted but penalized. The poll to decide on a winner received 29 votes.

  • Secret Shopper by Ed Possing. The decline of the brick-and-mortar book store is avenged on Black Friday. First place. 1500 words.
  • I Hate My Job by Owen Guthrie. A man with a bomb takes a kindergarten class hostage in Seattle. Second place (divided). 1500 words.
  • Standard Deviation by Bret Kramer. A meeting with a radio astronomer at a scientific conference. Second place (divided). 1250 words.
  • Hoard by Viktor Eikman. Incidents in and around the home of two compulsive hoarders in Pasadena. 1400 words.
  • Black Lilith by Mark Brassington. A series of women act out in New York. 1150 words.
  • Son of This by Viktor Eikman. MI-13 talent recruiters are caught in the Egyptian revolt of 1919. 450 words.
  • Spawn Toss by Viktor Eikman. A hurricane drops something in Florida. 200 words.

2014

The contest for 2014 ran from October to the end of the year. It was announced by list member Ed Possing. As in the previous year, submissions were initially anonymous and entries longer than 1500 words were permitted but penalized. The poll to decide on a winner received 39 votes.

  • Polybius by Viktor Eikman. Two children disappear after long hours playing an arcade game in 1981. First place. 1500 words.
  • First Hand Accounts by Eric Rodriguez. Agents infiltrate a mythos self-help group. Second place. 1500 words.
  • Straight Outta Crompton by Bret Kramer. Agents investigate a paranoid hip-hop artist. Third place. 1500 words.
  • Ad Tempus by John Williams. A time traveler goes back in time to kill himself before he can invent time travel. 1050 words.
  • The Silent Service by Jaron Bernstein. A U.S. Navy historian uncovers his father's secret past. 1150 words.
  • Radio Silence by Kenneth Scroggins. As technology degrades so do the agents. 5100 words.
  • Project Paper Tiger by Jarad Obermeyer. A vengeful Japanese spirit yearns to wreak havoc on the world. 1500 words.
  • When the Greys Pushed Back by Shannon Mac. Our story begins at the end of the world. 1425 words.
  • Special Delivery by Tyler Hudak. A dangerous artifact is in the hands of a disgruntled postal worker. 1500 words.
  • Safe House, Dark by Jon Hook. Agents must clear a CIA safe house of incriminating evidence, but an entity in the house has other plans. 2250 words.
  • The Franciscan File by Max Muhaffa. Delta Green agents are in a race against Majestic-12 to determine the source of a mysterious sickness. 1375 words.
  • Out of Mind..Out of Time... by Burgolf. The Mi-Go control an agent's reality. 1925 words.
  • A Tale From The Mukhabarat Basement by Jaron Bernstein. Cosmic horror is released by the study of kabbalistic books. 880 words.

2015

Submissions for the 2015 contest were accepted until the end of the year 2015. Voting began Jan 1st, 2016. The contest was announced by list member Ed Possing. The poll to decide the winners received 28 votes.

  • Die Nachtbrüder by Chris Huth. A dying former agent seeks one last favour from the Group. First place.
  • Burner by Ross Payton. Retail workers are caught in the aftermath of a botched op. Second place.
  • Remote by Scott Butler. Agents provide drone support for Navy SEALs stalked in enemy territory. Third place (shared).
  • Enchanted, I'm Sure by Anthony Lee-Dudley. A dark secret lurks beneath a New Mexico boomtown. Third place (shared).
  • 149 by Jared Obermeyer. What's in the box?! Rocks.
  • The Xocho Locker by David Tormsen. The King in Yellow infects pop music.
  • Vacation In Shades of Gray & Green by Darren Priddy. An Agent's loved one is used as collateral for Great Race extortion.
  • No Return Ticket by Jay Dugger. An Agent has been eaten by the monster, but doesn't know it yet.
  • The Unclean by Chad Bowser. A Russian spirit targets victims of human trafficking.
  • Operation BLIND TIGER by Lex. WW2-era Delta Green raids a Karotechia stronghold, but the enemy knows they're coming.
  • There And Back Again by Lex. A missing Friendly has resurfaced after 16 years.
  • Withdrawals by Andrew Harshman. A Mythos-influenced Agent must be detoxed and debriefed.

2016

The 2016 Delta Green Shotgun Scenario Contest was announced and administered by Ed Possing. Submissions for the contest were accepted until December 10th. Voting ended December 31st. All submissions remained anonymous until the winner's were announced at contest's end. The poll to decide the winner received 31 votes.

  • The Third Man Factor by William Schar. Sympatico former Agent brain canister must protected from the Opposition. First Place.
  • Foxed and Hounded by Bret Kramer. Former Fate operative seeks security in exchange for assets of interest, but he's doomed. Equal Second.
  • The Button by Will Roy. Electrical prototype causes existential breakdowns. Equal Second.
  • Jessica's Bodies by David Tormsen. Love and hyper-geometry shouldn't mix.
  • LOOP by Helena. After stopping a ritual successfully, the Agents are caught in a time loop.
  • The Sintered Man Cometh by Viktor Eikman. Chinese workers petition the Mythos to cure economic disparity.
  • No Good Deed... by Dave. The Karotechia wants their book back, or they'll kill the kids.
  • Woodhull's Social Ale House by Jason Woodward. Investigation into Green Box thefts leads to a spook bar.
  • Emissary of Madness by Eric Reiner. Clean up after a botched Federal raid on a cult compound.
  • Enemy of the Tribes by David Tormsen. Iraq War veterans are marked for death by desert monsters.
  • Lights on a Hill by Will Hinds. A missing realtor found with a mouth full of sand leads to a stake-out.
  • Christmas Mourning by Will Hinds. Kids contend with unwelcome holiday guests.
  • The Inevitable by Kyle Thompson. Mass shooting leads to online apocalypse cult.
  • Do Not View by Trung Bui. The source of a Y’gonolac summoning VHS tape must be neutralized.
  • Snakes on a Plane by mellonbread. Serpent Men hijack a plane.
  • Project Anthropocene by Ethan Cordray. A billionaire is sailing an iceberg to Australia, but there's something Wrong inside.
  • Frozen Arrow by Jean-Marc "Tolkraft" CHOSEROT. In 1968, a B-52 bomber with nukes crashes in Greenland near known cult territory.
  • Will to Cremate/PROJECT CAVEAT by Christopher Watson. The leadership of a DG shell company is unstable…and infected.
  • Treasure Hunt by Tristan Gross. Delta Green stages a heist on a floundered narco-sub.
  • Honey Boo! Boo! by Gil Cruz. Black lotus laced honey is pulling Californians into the Dreamlands.
  • RED MARKET by Nicholas Brown. Sorceror-priest's preserved organs sold on the black market possess recipients.
  • Heurist by Nicholas Brown. Non-euclidian geometries terrorize Nebraska town.
  • SELF PRESERVATION by Eric Parsonage. Hallucination causes misunderstanding.
  • Me, Myself, and You by Lex. A Friendly with a split personality is building a Tilinghast Resonator under a museum.
  • BESTOW by Ross Payton. Art gallery hypercube leads to alternate universes.
  • Abort, Retry, Ignore, Fail? by QuickreleasePersonalitY. Agents are burned, but why?
  • Case HAMSTER DIAMOND by Moe Lane. Possessed professor kidnaps children's book author for nefarious ends.
  • Overshadowed by Eduardo Rojas. A stone heart, an empty Green Box, a street gang turf war, and a sorcerer.
  • Operation Prospero by Stuart Fieldhouse. Agents must raid a shady research lab in the Bahamas before a hurricane hits.

2017

Submissions for the 2017 contest were accepted through December 9th, 2017. Voting took place from December 10th to Midnight December 31st, 2017. The contest was announced by list member Ed Possing. The poll to decide the winners received 73 votes.

2018

Submissions for the 2018 contest will be accepted through December 8th, 2018. Voting will take place from December 9th to Midnight December 31st, 2018. The contest was announced by list member Ed Possing.

  • Rendezvous in Rama or "Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder" by Marco Menarini. In Rama California, what you can’t see can kill you. First Place (shared).
  • Mairzy Doats by James Estes. Agents are tasked with cleaning up the strange consequences of sloppy genetic engineering. First Place (shared).
  • Yummy Yummy In My Tummy by InterstellarOwl. A German anti-mythos team has a tastelessly brutal discovery in the Black Forest. Third Place.
  • Don't Forget by Colleen Sellay. A note, a photograph, and a promise for the return of the agents' stolen memories hang in the balance of one last chance to prove themselves. Handler's Choice Award.
  • Sonata for Snow by Karl Lloyd. Eerie music echoing through the Rockies leads to Zann's lost Violoncello. 4th Place Honorable Mention.
  • My Big Fat Deep One Wedding by mellonbread. A Delta Green Agent is unwittingly betrothed to a clan of aquatic humanoids. 5th Place Honorable Mention.
  • Love Love Drama Club by Ian Weeber. A video game tears apart a small town as the Agents try to deal with the fallout.
  • Cancer Cell by Sebastian Lindeberg. Can the cell hold out in a safe house against enemies without and within? And when help arrives, how can they trust it?
  • It Does a Body Good by James Burns. Agents investigate abnormal activity at elementary school which leads them to a horrible discovery.
  • Operation COLD BOOK / Against All Odds by threethreethree. In which the Agents clean Las Vegas of the evidence.
  • Operation BLUE VELVET by Ian Weeber. Three Little Grays walk into Roswell during a UFO Festival, and then it all goes down hill from there.
  • GEMINI by Helena. Identical bodies found in the woods lead the Agents to a doting mother.
  • End of the World of the End by Jake “ChiefMcClane” Cook. In the far apocalyptic future, Agents fight to return to the present and undo the events that led to The End.
  • CAGED HEAT by mellonbread. Delta Green recruits a handful of prisoners to deal with a problem on the inside.
  • WINTER PEPPER by mellonbread. SV8 Assets in the GDR worry that their madness may have supernatural origins.
  • The Pink Men Made Him Do It by mellonbread. A faith healer reminds his disciples that the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away.
  • Gathering the Magic by Jake “ChiefMcClane” Cook. Agents hunt a criminal trading card game master and insane thief-wizard of Yog-Sothoth.
  • EXHUMED by Nicholas Brown.
  • Dead on Arrival by Nicholas Brown.
  • THE CAGE by Nicholas Brown.
  • The Parlor by the Man in Black . Spiders from darker dreams crawl across the dark web.
  • Cat's Paws by David Tormsen. An investigation into an animal research facility is more than it seems as several Agents have been possessed by operatives of a foreign government.
  • Off Euclid Avenue by William Schar. A man identical to a Black Lives activist is arrested in a home invasion. How did he get here? Does he have anything to do with recent disappearances?
  • A Silence of Three Parts by William Schar. A "deaf" boy leads agents to apocalyptic threats Delta Green cannot detect.
  • Now You See Me by Jake “ChiefMcClane” Cook. An Agent must confront the most dangerous enemy possible: themself.
  • Promises by Jon Hook. A septuagenarian convict has finally agreed to cooperate with Federal authorities, but his claims seem unlikely, impossible, and inhuman.
  • Visions Too Real by Lucas Furstenau. A smart drug and a meditation app lead to a coincidence with deadly consequences.
  • Operation PEAK DHOLE (Or) Camp Fairfield by Dhole. The Program closes in on a house with a violent history intertwined with the leadership of Delta Green.
  • Protect Me From the Enemy, Myself by Aaron Vanek. A wicked opera that’s FUBAR from the start.
  • Outside in the Cold Distance by William Schar. Sometimes an agent become a monster to kill a monster.
  • Single Origin by Christopher Lee. A specialist coffee roastery gets the wrong type of beans; one scenario, three different outcomes.
  • Pro Ana by Frans Witting. A Color out of space, and a few humans, prey on anorexic teenagers.
  • The Book Club by Ross Payton. A bank robbery investigation leads to an unlikely cabal of sorcerers in this introductory scenario for characters not yet in Delta Green.
  • Calls to the Dead by Alex Costello. Delta Green investigates when mysterious murders start striking a town that is still reeling from a terrible tragedy.
  • Full Scale by Liam Allman. GRU SV-8 must contend with an Unnatural incarnation of a dangerous street drug.
  • Synchronized Watches by Liam Allman. A crew of hapless bank robbers steal from a Green Box and reap the consequences.
  • Dreams in the Fish House by Magnificentophat. Agents must investigate the literal disappearance of three other Agents in a spooky aquarium.
  • In the Wake of Gods by Aaron Vanek. Preventing other-worldly deities from breaking into our reality still has dangerous repercussions.
  • Welcome to the Island by Lex. An unfinished ritual, a legacy best forgotten, and the family that won’t let the past die.
  • Operation WHITE HARE by zomner. A drug deal gone bad, with the dangerous product missing.
  • Operation SECRET SANTA by Sarah Szell. It is the Yuletide, and with Christmas looming, the agents are ordered to protect a friendly and her daughter from a menacing, manipulative Santa Claus.
  • Heartless Bastard by Dominik Zieliński. Mysterious murder uncovers grisly scavenger hunt to bring back the loved one.
  • UNACKNOWLEDGED by Karl Parakenings. Frustrated millennials effect change, and the Agents must stop them.
  • To the Tune of "Greensleeves" by James Estes. A Friendly will rejoin Delta Green if Agents can keep his family safe from the power of music.
  • THAT DECEIT SHOULD STEAL SUCH GENTLE SHAPES by Eric Jeitner. Agents must stop a parasitic threat that has infiltrated a group of trapped Cub Scouts.
  • Bloodline Miami by Turts. After a gang deal goes bad, Agents are tasked with hunting down a ferocious entity working its way through Miami.
  • The Midnight Sun by Will Roy. Avarice and murder in the Yukon unleashes something that should not be; An M EPIC investigation.
  • Initialization by nono. This two-parter lets your team play the recruitment of a new cell and watch over their first mission. Or it could start your campaign by playing veterans recruiting your new cell. The case is a gruesome small town mystery with triggered conclusion.
  • Keep An Eye On! by nono. In a world… where government agents, gangs, and cartels wage a secret war right in our towns, where a normal work day can spiral into violent madness, where any action you take could lead to catastrophe, and there is more behind the curtain than any training could ever prepare you for - would you follow your orders to the letter?
  • Sequence by nono. Part two of a two-part operation following Initialization.
  • A Heart of Gold by Joe Green.
  • Blackout by Bjorn Hansson.
  • Training Day by Doug Armstead.
  • NEXT OF KIN by Aaron Vanek. Serving a death notification to another Agent’s family is never easy. Then it gets worse.
  • Social Insecurity Administration by Turts. A friendly has sent out a distress call, but be careful so that you don't need rescuing too.
  • Once in a Lifetime by Andrew Boyd. A nervous programmer holds his children at gunpoint. To Delta Green, he's a potential asset.
  • Operation Party Time by Friederike F. Art can elicit powerful emotions. In this scenario the agents will find out just how far this can go.
  • Don't Drink the Kool-Aid by William James. Agents have to comb through a grisly scene at a cult compound before its unintended consequences make it onto the nightly news.

2019

  • OPERATION Dropout by Anonymous. Agents respond to Ft. Knox, Kentucky to intercept a Unidentified Falling Object during the midst of a US Army Reserves training exercise.
  • Wives of March by Anonymous. Three wives of MAJESTIC officers take vengeance on the secret conspiracy that took away their husbands and destroyed their lives.
  • Dark Midnight, Hear My Cry by Anonymous. You are troubleshooters in the employ of the Center for the Missing Child. Your job is to find a missing teen, no matter what else you might find along the way…
  • Operation SNOW GLOBE by Anonymous. A red-flagged sample at an FDA laboratory and a missing microbiologist put the Agents on the trail of a PISCES bioweapon that has been accidentally unleashed on a Midwest town.
  • True Deeptective by Anonymous. In the Louisiana bayou, a cowboy operation from the 90s and a hundred year old raid resurface in the modern day. Can the Agents end the threat, or will they find that time is a flat circle?
  • The Dream Merchants by Anonymous. A tiny tourist town hosts a week long festival where dreams come true.
  • The Moral Decision by Anonymous. Delta Green needs a possibly reactive Package delivered to an organization asset, and your team has been chosen for the job. If for any reason you are unable to deliver it, you are to destroy the Package without fail.
  • Obed's Forgotten Alliance by Anonymous. In which our agents are tasked to investigate a happenstance discovery related to the founding of Delta Green and need to cover up the true details.

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