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  1. Secret File/ Delta Green first impressions/ We are all doomed/ Hello my friends! Awhile ago I asked you what the enigmatic game called Delta Green was, and if it could be all it's cracked up to be... Now I have obtained it. Woohoo!! Yesterday I received a secret package from Arc Dream Publishing in the mail, they were kind enough to send me a review copy of the slipcase set. So here is my unboxing video, and what follows is a brief summary of what I'm enjoying so far after a quick flip-through: One of the biggest problems I have always had with Call of Cthulhu is the way investigators are supposed to both investigate and work together just "because". The way investigators are often throw together to fight creatures or threats they would likely simply run away from in real life can get grating, and Delta Green provides the answer with its MIB or X-Files type approach to investigators. We have a secret sect of the government which functions as a secret society and will call on its members to fight Mythos threats. But instead of giving anybody any sense of security in their employers, the DG core books do quite the opposite, painting a picture of a bleak and horrifying group who is a mystery to even its own members. This group will stoop below morality for the common good, and if its hand picked agents have problems, those very agents often will become the mission! I also find the horrific aspect of the game to be important, and additional sanity resources are much appreciated. The way the game ties the sanity into the way real life and bonds are effected makes the terrifying mentality of the mental illness all the more poignant. The way bonds work also seem great, so much so that I may use the bonds rules set even outside of DG... In Call of Cthulhu (my favorite horror game, which is why I keep comparing the two), there is some artwork reminiscent of a cartoon and others which feel like a scientist's meticulous sketching of a creature from beyond. While I enjoy that style of artwork very much, I cannot help but notice how much more eye catching the artwork in DG is... I mean, those images are actually scary af! Half the time I have no clue what the heck I'm looking at, let alone how to process or comprehend it. As an aside along the same lines: the aesthetic of the game and the layout of the pages is evocative in itself. There are dozens of scenario hooks hidden in the pages which each could become a full blown campaign, and the general feel of the books is that you hold in your hands something confidential. Off limits. Redacted. I personally enjoy conspiracies and secret plots, the very concept of them. So the way DG takes those concepts and runs with them is truly incredible. Everything has layers of fear and goes far deeper than you though possible, everything is on a need to know basis, and if you learn more than you should, you will either learn to keep your mouth shut or likely end up dead. These are just some surface level impressions, I encourage you to check out the video and let me know what you think, and also let me know what aspects of Delta Green you love the most or most excite you:) These are just a few examples of stuff I found exciting about the system and the core rulebooks, really didn't have any complaints at all (something rare to see, let me tell you). There was none of the copy paste stuff from the CoC core books, each book was its own entity and fully contained a part of the needed materials to both play and be a Handler (GM). The game has forced my hand, this is just the beginning. From this point onward, we shall be exploring Delta Green on my channel (in addition to RQ) and we shall start with a "How to get into: Delta Green" series. Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed! I'm looking forward to delving deeper into the mind wrenching lore and sanity shattering system of Delta Green.
  2. Somewhere in rural New England there have been sightings of weird creatures, setting the locals unease skyrocketing and inciting the poor fools to seek out the cold truth. Join us for some Call of Cthulhu:) Scenario adapted from the story by H.P. Lovecraft "The Whisperer in Darkness", and keepered by Daniel Profeta aka Dethstrok9. Date: Saturday, 7/11/2020 Event Start Time: 5 pm EST https://youtu.be/XHnZ3Ia5ivE
  3. Refractions of Glasston is the result of a creative collaboration between the Professional Writing department at Taylor University, Upland IN and Chaosium Inc. The creators are all students at Taylor University. As this fits perfectly into the themes of my channel, this is our LIVE playthrough. Elias Taylor Winters, the CEO of TWJ Co., discovered a secret to the glass-making process that finally put him above his long-standing competition: Ball Glass. Shattering expectations for such a small company in rural Indiana, Winters has put Glasston on the map. The town and its economy are booming. But not everything in Glasston is as it should be. Refractions of Glasston is a standalone scenario for Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition. It takes place in a rural town in northwest Indiana, set in the 1920s. We are going live May 16, 2020. Saturday @ 5 PM Eastern Standard Time. Join us, if you dare! Also, I'm pretty excited to try out my new Zoom subscription, and you (hopefully) will be able to see everyone this stream! Event link: https://youtu.be/9jCB8jGFGkg
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    Hello everyone, this is a awesome, simple, blank sheet for Call of Cthulhu monster stats which I found on Reddit. Here's the link to the original post
  5. Do you want to learn how to create memorable monsters? Here's Dethstrok9 on what he knows about scaring your players and readers!
  6. You ever wanted to try Call of Cthulhu? Now you can, as I'm going to be giving away a PDF of my Call of Cthulhu scenario! . Dethstrok9 has just hit 50 subscribers! As a result, I have decided to do a live stream giveaway, where the prize is a free PDF of my scenario, "The Raid of Area 51", and a shout out in my next video. . Here's the plan! First you are only eligible to win if you have subscribed to my channel. We are going to make a game out of it, where we play a sort pf bingo. The idea is that you will choose 5 numbers from 1 to 20, and then I will roll numbers with a D20. The first viewer to have all five of their numbers rolled will win it all, and it's possible to have more than one winner! . Thank you guys so much for all your support, Cthulhu is so happy, he wants to devour you! Also, be prepared for our upcoming live-stream of Call of Cthulhu seventh edition game-play. . Giveaway Details! Time: 6:30-7:30 Date: 2/12/2020 Place: Dethstrok9 YouTube channel. https://youtu.be/02h3t9_hhq8
  7. Welcome to where time stands still, No one leaves and no one will.
  8. Well. That was, "interesting"... But anyway, we are going to be streaming a CoC session on Saturday 2/15/2020. Go to my channel and set a reminder, there's a cold warning coming!
  9. Every single Role-Player needs these secret things, which are actually kinda obvious...
  10. Been listening to this awesome podcast recently, absolutely love it!
  11. Give this awesome artist a follow, link in the description. She made amazing art for my scenario, the Raid of Area 51. This is just a sneak peek though, as there are much greater things in store...
  12. The first script reviewed, link in the description. I'm really loving these creative ideas and this ingenious system!
  13. Newest RPG secrets video!
  14. We're going live at 5:30 to finish the Raid. Join us, if you dare! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-m0ZQCOCX4QaNugbUAsTiA/featured?disable_polymer=1
  15. Good Evening fellow mortals. If you would like to follow my RPG/YouTube journey (don't say I didn't warn you of the inherent danger in such an endeavor), come check you my channel Dethstrok9. This is the beginning of the end for me, but hopefully you shall find some enlightenment before you spontaneously rip your eyeballs out... I post every Wednesday, and this blog will keep you up to date on most of my videos. Thank you for reading, see you sooner than you think... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-m0ZQCOCX4QaNugbUAsTiA
  16. Strike one for Dungeons and Dragons... Go BRP! Also, there's a lot of new videos I can't post here as they have nothing to do with BRP. Go to my channel link in the video to check it out! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-m0ZQCOCX4QaNugbUAsTiA/featured?view_as=subscriber
  17. This video is about RPGs in general. Please watch, as I believe all gamers should understand this.
  18. New look, still trying stuff out. Join the Legion for videos every Wednesday, plus other content throughout the week. And stay tuned for SECRET ERROR...
  19. This is different... Tell me what you think.
  20. https://youtu.be/OtjDVMjwv6c Again, a video which is more for the uninitiated, but if you wish to support me, give it a watch or listen. Then, if you like the horrors unveiled before you, subscribe and join the growing LEGION...
  21. I know most of you probably already own a copy of this book, but hey, it's my latest video. Check it out and discover the truth. My opinionated version of the truth that is...
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