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Project Nemesis is a fan driven website for games that use the One-Roll Engine (like Nemesis, Wild Talents, Reign and Monsters) or Chaosium's Basic Roleplay System (BRP) (like Call of Cthulhu) and the Delta Green setting.


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Choose federal law enforcement. Choose the military. Choose NASA or the CDC. Choose lying to your superiors. Choose to ruin your career. Choose no friends. Choose divorce. Choose life through the bottom of a bottle.Choose destroying evidence and executing innocent people because they know too fucking much. Choose black fatigues and matching gas masks. Choose the Golden Dawn and waking up wondering who you are. Choose a 9mm retirement plan. Choose going out with a bang at the end of it all, PGP-encrypting your last message down a securely laid cable as an NSA wetworks squad busts through your door.

Choose one last Night at the Opera.

Delta Green is an award-winning setting of modern conspiracy and Lovecraftian horror from Pagan Publishing. Except where noted, all contents of this web site are © The Delta Green Partnership.

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DG Operas & Operations
Written by Dennis Detwiller   
Tuesday, 30 May 2006

Chester, Ohio is a sleepy little town in Meigs County, Ohio. It’s home to the Parsons Plastics factory – the major employer in the town, and several smaller manufacturing plants. The economic dips that have come and gone since the Great Depression have somehow passed Chester by, and people like it that way. The 20,000 people who call Chester home love it; its small town flavor has not been marred by the modern bustle of city life.

Future/Perfect Part 1 PDF Print E-mail
DG Operas & Operations
Written by Dennis Detwiller   
Tuesday, 30 May 2006

Hellbend was once a vibrant town of nearly 3,500 souls, back when Hunt Electrodynamics ran the show. It was in the middle of nowhere, out past Beatty Junction near Death Valley, and no one knew why it was built there. In fact, no one cared. In the late 1940’s, Hellbend produced a third of the electronics found in fighter aircraft around the world. Hunt Electrodynamics ran everything from the schools, the town general store all the way down to the funeral parlor. The company provided everything; and the people liked it that way. Then the explosion of 1952 happened and everything changed.

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