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Delta Green: From the Dust
Publisher: Arc Dream Publishing
by 12 [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 12/19/2023 18:49:12

This scenario kicks so much ass. DON'T SLEEP ON THIS ONE!



Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Delta Green: From the Dust
Publisher: Arc Dream Publishing
by Eric [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 12/04/2023 09:08:26

This scenario presents a haunted construction site with loads of detailed NPCs to interact with to solve the mystery. It's a creepy follow-up on the Lovecraft short story "The Horror at Red Hook" with a lot of potential to tie in with The Labyrinth's Center for the Missing Child.



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[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Delta Green: From the Dust
Publisher: Arc Dream Publishing
by Michael B. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 09/02/2023 22:16:50

Haven’t had a chance to run this for my group yet, but based on my readthrough, this seems like a great DG scenario. The premise is that several children have gone missing in an area around a mansion with a long, sordid history. Delta Green believes that their disappearances are linked to the mansion, and sends in a team to investigate.

There’s a lot of things I really like about From the Dust. First off, we get a fully detailed handler meeting and a fully fleshed-out Green Box, complete with all sorts of strange and dangerous items. Delta Green scenarios don’t always provide this info, and it’s always a nice treat to get it.

And of course, I love the premise of investigating a spooky mansion. In my experience, every group of players loves playing a scenario about exploring a supposedly haunted house, no matter how many times they might have done it in other games. But I also really like that this scenario gives plenty of opportunities for investigation and detective work outside of the mansion as well.

From the Dust utilizes a bit of an unusual supernatural villain, and has a very subtle yet clever connection to H.P. Lovecraft’s work. Even if you are running this for very experienced players, I doubt they’ll be able to guess the exact nature of the threat that they’re facing until they confront it face to face. Despite this, though, this scenario still gives me classic CoC scenario vibes, which I really love.

I also think that From the Dust strikes just the right balance of difficulty, in that it will be very tough but not impossible for your Agents to resolve this scenario with a good outcome. In my opinion, that’s exactly the level of challenge all DG one shots should strive for. The final confrontation could very likely leave a few Agents dead, but it’s not quite the meatgrinder that you’ll find in some other scenarios.

I do have a few minor nitpicks about this scenario. First of all, many pages of this PDF are wasted in giving us tons of details about NPCs that aren’t really necessary. Sure it’s nice to have this info, but this isn’t the kind of scenario that requires all of these NPCs to be fleshed out to this degree. It kind of feels like it’s just there to pad out the final page count. I also wish there was a bit more for the Agents to discover in the actual mansion itself. There’s enough backstory that a good Handler could come up with some more little secrets to plant around the mansion, but it would be nice if the PDF itself provided some.

Still, this is a fantastic DG scenario and I have a feeling that once I run it, it will become one of my new favorites.



Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Delta Green: From the Dust
Publisher: Arc Dream Publishing
by REMI T. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/26/2023 12:14:49

Great adventure inspired by Horror at Red Hook, and weird monsters, lot of details useful for the GM. Quality work, as always for Delta Green.



Rating:
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