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.
If you have a dead Delta Green/Call of Cthulhu character you would like to immortalize, try out the beta DG Mortuary. Once you write it up, I'll look
it over and approve all valid characters. While it does look rough, I'll fine tune the appearance as time goes on.
One of the (many) problems faced by Delta Green is how to get
Friendlies involved in official cases in a semi-official capacity
rather than as outsiders with no authority whatsoever. In 1999,
retiring Delta Green agent Walter Weatherman (formerly Agent Percy)
settled upon an idea and put it into motion after retiring from the FBI
Behavioral Science division.
Mrkaja was born on February second 1966 in Apatin in what was back then
Yugoslavia. Mrkaja's father was a Serb, his mother of Croatian
heritage. The family spent a couple of years in Austria. Dragan's
childhood was in the good old days of Tito: Yugoslavia - thanks to
Western tourism - was pretty wealthy for a socialist country back then.
Miskatonic's darkest days were in the 1930s.
Depression gripped the nation and MU was not spared, particularly after
not one but two disastrous Antarctic expeditions. But the school
survived by biting the bullet.
The SIV is a small group of priests (primarily Jesuits), religious
(mainly Benedictine monks and nuns) and layfolk from various Catholic
charity and political groups. The SIV's mission is to investigate alien
activities and provide analysis for the Pope and his advisors. It
coordinates with other intelligence agencies dedicated to alien affairs
as needed, but the primary goal of the SIV is to deal with alien
contact from a philosophical and religious (specifically, a Catholic)
perspective. It is an informal branch of the Church hierarchy in Rome
and has no legal standing, although most national governments look the
other way at its actions as long as they are discreet and don't get in
Marcus grew up in the Hampton Roads, Virginia area. His parents were
separated but each played significant roles in his youth. Despite the
presence of drugs in his neighborhood, he avoided them at an early age,
and still volunteers as a mentor to guide children away from them. His
grades and athletic skills were good enough to provide him a
scholarship to Vanderbilt University (football and track), where he did
well enough to graduate cum laude. He became interested in the DEA
during a campus recruiting appointment and had a job secured before
graduation. While in their employ he has specialized in the collection
of forfeited assets during raids. His eye for managing post-raid
seizures has led to several commendations.
Jonathan Grey has been in the FBI for just under twenty years, and is
renowned for his uncompromising approach to his work. Since he helped
set up Task Force Deliverance, he and his partner, Special Agent Conrad
Shepherd, have prosecuted over twenty separate cases and recovered
twenty-nine victims safe and well.