Excursions in adventure and horror from game and fiction publisher Arc Dream Publishing: discussions, interviews, actual play recordings and more. Arc Dream publishes the tabletop roleplaying games Delta Green, Godlike, Wild Talents, Monsters and Other Childish Things, the Swords & Sorceries line for 5E, and more. Plus fiction like the deluxe, annotated edition of Robert W. Chambers' The King in Yellow.
Delta Green: Killing Field—The Sentinels of Twilight, Part 1
A missing child is found in Yosemite National Park, a child missing for decades. A child who han't aged a day.
Delta Green: Killing Field—Extremophilia, Part 2
This is no fungus that ever evolved on Earth. It’s something far older, far stranger, and far more dangerous.
Delta Green: Killing Field—Extremophilia, Part 1
Delta Green: Killing Field is an actual-play podcast featuring scenarios available from Arc Dream Publishing. The scenario “Extremophilia” is available from ArcRead More
Arc Dream Presents
Delta Green's authors met on twitch.tv/deltagreenrpg to trade news, anecdotes, horror and tradecraft tips, and drunken accusations and blame. Featuring Dennis Detwiller, Adam Scott Glancy, Kenneth Hite, Shane Ivey, and John Scott Tynes.
Arc Dream Presents: Swords & Sorceries Actual Play: Hearts of Iron, Episode 4 – The Sea Demon’s Gold
Session Four is the finale of The Sea Demon's Gold. The adventurers reach the haunted heart of the island and face curses and deadly dangers.
Arc Dream Presents: Swords & Sorceries Actual Play: Hearts of Iron, Episode 3 – The Sea Demon’s Gold
Blood spills. Great treasure is claimed. A chicken meets its fate. A pact is made that cannot easily be undone.
I recently discovered Delta Green and am glad that Arc Dream has their own podcast to talk all things Cthulhu and Delta Green. I’m really enjoying it so far and love when hearing the stories of where some of the ideas and content originated from. Thank you!
Great new podcast!
I really enjoyed the first episode of Arc Dream's new podcast. The panel discussion of R.W. Chambers' "The King in Yellow" was very insightful, and now I need to go and re-read that classic work of horror fiction! The mariachi music in the background was a nice atmospheric touch as well ;)
Looking forward to future episodes!