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Delta Green: Impossible Landscapes
Publisher: Arc Dream Publishing
by Harold B. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 03/09/2021 14:26:52

Impossible Landscapes is an excellent addition to the new edition of Delta Green. The book itself is gorgeous, packed with evocative illustrations and creepy annotations that really add to a dense and complex campaign. The campaign is superbly crafted. It builds on a revised version of the scenario Night Floors, that first appeared in 1999 Delta Green: Countdown. The three other parts of the campaign revisit the agents involved in that opera years later, in what becomes an inexorable escalation in surreal horror that eventually brings them to the heart of Carcosa. The four scenarios are quite detailed, and Night Floors has been revised and expanded to fit perfectly with the rest of the campaign. I suspect that this campaign will ask a lot of preparation from the GM, if he really wants to do justice to the tone and atmosphere proposed, and if she wants to tie everything up in a creepily effective way (there are a lot of exquisite occasions to do so, with various call backs to other parts of the campaign). The good news is that the GM will have many tools at his or her disposal, with an excellent index, loads of handouts and Static Protocol, a companion to the campaign that assembles in a single, well-structured document, a lot of the background that the Agents will want to explore in the course of the campaign. By the end of it all, you’ll most certainly see the Yellow Sign (and loose a bit of SAN).

[5 of 5 Stars!]
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