Black Project Gaming – One Year Later

Happy Anniversary, folks!

January 8th marked one year since Black Project Gaming launched with the release of our very first episode! Since then, we’ve released 12 Delta Green episodes and 15 Dungeons & Dragons episodes. We’ve also racked up 8442 total listens/downloads and 3074 website views. What can you expect in 2020?

  • The continuation of our Delta Green, Waterdeep: Dragon Heist, and Umbra Collective campaigns
  • More Delta Green content, which will continue to be a Black Project staple
  • A unique and exciting take on the Curse of Strahd adventure
  • And (hopefully) more, schedules permitting!

If you’ve listened to our actual plays and enjoyed what you heard, help us spread the word by liking and sharing our posts on social media, leaving reviews on iTunes (or your podcast-listening platform of choice), and bring more folks into the fold!

We are also considering the launch of a Patreon to keep this project of ours running at peak efficiency. We’re currently considering the following tiers and rewards, and wanted to get input from you, our loyal listeners.

  • $1 Tier: A “thank you” on our website and shout out in our next episode.
  • $3 Tier: All previous rewards, plus an invite to an exclusive BPG Discord server.
  • $5 Tier: All previous rewards, plus immediate access to the raw, uncut audio from our last session.
  • $7 Tier: All previous rewards, plus a monthly GM “hot wash,” either in written or audio form, where the GMs discuss the good, bad, and ugly of that month’s sessions. Patrons at this tier can also help decide the future of BPG in exclusive polls, discussions, etc.
  • $10 Tier: All previous rewards, plus an exclusive monthly one shot run by one of the BPG GMs for four to six of this tier’s patrons.

So what do you all think? Are these rewards enough of an incentive, or do you think there’s more we should offer? Let us know by commenting, shooting us an email, or hitting us up on Twitter or Facebook. Any and all questions, feedback, etc. would be sincerely appreciated.

We sincerely thank you all for your continued support, and look forward to what will hopefully be another amazing year!

Welcome to Black Project Gaming!

Heya, folks! Vince here. First and foremost, I’d like to sincerely thank you for stopping by and checking out our site. You’ll notice it’s still very much a work in progress. Don’t worry; we’ll keep working on it until we feel it’s where it should be. For now, it’s a more than suitable home for our podcast episodes and general information on Black Project Gaming.

So, what is Black Project Gaming? Long story short, it’s a bi-weekly podcast featuring a group of friends and me playing tabletop roleplaying games (TTRPGs). We’re starting off by playing Delta Green, an RPG created by Dennis Detwiller, Adam Scott Glancy, and John Scott Tynes. Our first scenario will be “Sweetness,” which revolves around a family being tormented by an unnatural threat. It’s up to our intrepid Agents to confront and neutralize that threat. Once we’ve completed “Sweetness,” I’ll run my players through the six scenarios contained in A Night at the Opera.

In between sessions, I’ll be working on developing my own scenarios and campaigns for the Delta Green RPG. I’m also building an original setting and campaign for the 5th Edition of Dungeons & Dragons. The elevator pitch is it’s a fantasy steampunk setting embroiled in a Cold War-type conflict, and the players will take on the roles of recently recruited covert intelligence operatives. Think equal parts Agents of SHIELD and The Americans. I developed enough to run my players through a few sessions earlier this year, but there’s still a great deal of work to be done before it’s ready for a complete playthrough. Eventually, I’ll get it finished, and I’ll share it with you all here.

Our first episode will be published here and on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify no later than 8 PM EST on Wednesday, January 9th, 2019. Give us a listen, and hopefully you’ll get some enjoyment out of our tabletop trials and tribulations. In the meantime, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and feel free to leave a comment or shoot us an email.

Signing out,