Wednesday, September 3, 2014

190 - A Victim of the Art (Delta Green) 09

Skype of Cthulhu presents a Delta Green scenario. A Victim of the Art, by Dennis Detwiller. 

Montauk, New York
Saturday, 13 August, 1995

The agents of Delta Green are closing in on the mysterious Montauk Mangler, as a plan is formed.



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Shine Randall Shine… Nice recap Randall.

Did not think of this until Jim was surprised that the two person group last episode got so far. I guess maybe that is why the two person group that ran through this adventure did it in nine hours.

Maybe the 300th episode. Bob Turner & Sam Adams: The Friends of “M” Agents. WOOHOO!!!

Wow… Group is only 80% of clues.

Yes, surprised that the groups has been doing so good splitting the party. But of course that really goes towards combat, not really investigation; though a missing party member might have gotten the correct information.

Love the Randall phone conversation. LOL “Wrong party suck!” (click) LOL

No… No… Not the FBI, Randall is the excitement of her day. ;-)

Lovin’ the dual roleplaying by Shannon with the grandma and grandson.

“Paper-jam DAMMIT!” LOL

Seriously!!! Can you believe that the wife would do such a thing. (Beeeeeeeeeeep-itch)

I like it. I will part of “J Cell”. I would not have to even change my name.

Starting to sound like the 1984 movie “Dreamscape” with Dennis Quaid and Max von Sydow.

OMG… Nice attitude of the Delta Green agents. “Kill them all!” LOL

Holy crap Marco. Converting to the dark side. LOL This is not “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”. But it was necessary for the safety of the community.

So Shannon makes a comment regarding Randall’s character, Marco, and his actions, that he bets that there may be one or more comments to this section. Nope… Zero… Nada…

LOL Love the return from fade to black.

A very nice investigative episode. Very productive.

Tapping on the comment section. Tap. Tap. Tap. Hello? Is this thing working?


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