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Appears in: Delta Green (Core Sourcebook).
Campaign: The New Age (Campaign)
Delta Green members are dispatched to investigate an explosion in the house of a retired U. S. Air Force colonel.
Spoilers - Keepers Eyes Only
Players should not read any further.
When the altered Realizer, a crystal manufactured by the Mi-Go to drain MP from its users, "explodes", releasing a great quantity of energy, the mansion was dimensionally shifted; it ceased to exist for a moment, resulting in several people being killed in odd ways (trapped inside walls/ceiling/furniture or mummified). The responsible for the accident, Ronald Valiant, escaped the scene before the authorities arrived and won't surrender without a fight. He has a human/protomatter hybrid ally and is willing to drain MPs from the whole St. Louis congregation in order to circumvent the Delta Green agents.
For further information on the background story go here.
- Enolsis Summary;
- Profile of Ronald Valiant;
- Valiant's "For the World" Videotape;
- DiTorrio's Phone Conversation.
Locations: St. Louis, Missouri.
Tomes and Artifacts: Realizers, crystals manufactured by the Mi-Go to drain MPs from its human users.
Campaigns / Scenarios:
Comments / Trivia
The following data is included for use in this scenario but may also be useful somewhere else:
- Description, statistics and tips on how to roleplay human/protomatter hybrids, including weapon damage;
- Statistics for typical federal agents (FBI, DEA, ATF, etc);
- Statistics for typical cops (County Deputies and PD Officers);
- Statistics for typical SWAT team member;
The scenario can be an interesting source of information for any keeper looking for the in-game effects of losing and/or gaining Magic Points artificially, in the short and long term.
Comments to Keepers about this scenario; Possibly how to run it successfully. Keep general DISCUSSION on the talk page.