An actual play podcast where we explore strange, fantastic, and terrifying worlds through tabletop roleplaying. We currently feature actual plays of Delta Green and Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition.
Delta Green: Psychotic Operas 2 - Black Project Gaming Edition
Black Project Gaming, Mayday Roleplay, and the Green Box proudly present Psychotic Operas: Collected Fictions Inspired by Delta Green. In this edition of Psychotic Operas, you will hear "The Desperate Account of a Montana Sheriff" by SeaTurtles, "1st Day" by The Notorious Tortellini, "Guns or Books" by Craig Lawson, "Agent Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" by Craig Lawson, and "The Sacrifice" by Craig Lawson.
To hear the rest of this year's Psychotic Operas, check out Mayday Roleplay at maydayroleplay.com and the Green Box podcast at greenboxpod.com.
These stories contain elements of suspense, horror, extreme violence, and other mature content. Listener discretion is advised.
Published by arrangement with the Delta Green Partnership. The intellectual property known as Delta Green is a trademark and copyright owned by the Delta Green Partnership, who has licensed its use here. The contents of this podcast are © their respective authors, excepting those elements that are components of the Delta Green intellectual property.
Delta Green: Impossible Landscapes - The Night Floors (Part 2)
The men and women of M Cell struggle to make sense of their experiences in the Macallistar Building's upper floors. Some return to those endless hallways, while others attempt to clean up messes they thought they left behind. Answers are found, but many more questions uncovered, as the agents realize their investigation has only just begun...
Delta Green: Impossible Landscapes - The Night Floors (Part 1)
Our playthrough of Dennis Detwiller's Impossible Landscapes begins. The agents of M Cell convene in New York City to investigate the disappearance of a local artist. What they find will forever reshape their understanding of reality and sanity...
Delta Green: A Night at the Opera - After Action Report
Spoilers ahead! In this special post-campaign episode, the cast and crew of Black Project Gaming answer our listeners' questions in the aftermath of "A Night at the Opera." We discuss character inspirations, Handler prep, the shocking events of "Music From a Darkened Room," favorite scenarios, and much more.
Delta Green: A Night at the Opera - Episode 22: "Observer Effect" (Part 2)
The final episode of our "A Night at the Opera" campaign. The situation at the Array rapidly spirals out of control. Working Group PALISADE takes drastic measures to contain the unnatural threat. With their grip on reality dwindling, each agent is forced to finally decide what they are and are not willing to do to stop the incursion. Those that survive will never again know peace.
Barovia, CA - Episode 4: "Death House, Part III (The Final Chapter)"
Barovia, CA is a reimagining of the popular Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition module Curse of Strahd, set in a small Southern California town in 1983. In this episode, the kids from Barovia High battle for their lives against Durst Manor’s most horrific residents!
Caviar of Delta Green Actual Play
This podcast seriously has it all for anyone who loves RPG actual plays or Delta Green. Incredibly well done by all members, comprehensive DMing, characters you will become attached to for better or worse and great introduction to the system for anyone interested. Can’t rave enough about this group. Can’t stop listening as they bring these scenarios to life.
Best Delta Green Actual Play
Even better than the great RPPR Delta Green, great tone and execution!
A Night at the Opera
I have been searching for a serious actual play podcast for Delta green for a while. I've heard funny playthroughs and they were okay. This group is just amazing I laughed, I cried (real tears), and I don't check the closet for monsters anymore because, if the Eldritch creatures want me... Well then I guess I'm going. A truly great way to see how to playthrough A Night at the Opera. I can't wait for more from them. Just keep doing what you're doing! Thank you!