One Shot is a podcast about role playing games. Every month, host and Game Master James D'Amato leads a group of players on a self-contained adventure. Every adventure will be wrapped up in 4-5 episodes in time for a new story, in a new system, with new players the following month. One Shot will explore ever RP system possible to give listeners a sampling of the possibilities in the wide wild of role playing.
Event planning is never easy. Event planning for a double-booked megatube space station where five different alien species (one of which is very tasty) all have to get along? Well, you can imagine. Meet the species and find out what starts to happen with grand ambitions meet the constraints of space and budget!
Our heroes work to keep party guests entertained while pursuing their secret goal of slipping a business card into the Mayor's jacket. However, JJ doesn't seem to understand there is something very wrong with the 'slight of hand" he is performing which keeps producing real wild animals that behave erratically. The party itself has a disquieting and ominous tone that unsettles Daisy and Pennsylvania who struggle to keep their cool in the chaos.
We finish creating characters, incidentally learning about the world's smallest whales along the way. Then our intrepid gig-economy drones head off to The Writing Hour for a truly unforgettable night of low-budget immersive theater work. When they arrive though, instructions are pretty unclear.
James, Jeeyon, Alex, and Stephen make characters working for a nightmare gig economy on-demand entertainment service who get booked to work a celebration at an exclusive club for magicians. Welcome to Los Angeles, Indiana!
Valerian and Other face the full consummation of their marriage. IF they both remain on the path set before them as scions, then they will shed their mortal formats and become a god. The future of their cultures and life on their world depends on their actions in this tender moment of true vulnerability.
James and Jeeyon create Valerian and Other, scions of ancient gods in a dying world. For centuries the world had been in slow collapse with cultures and their gods disappearing making an alarming number of biomes uninhabitable. Now two unlikely cultures have come together to unite their ways of life and gods in hopes that this union might save the world. Can these young scions overcome their cultural differences and consecrate their marriage on their wedding night?
The court has heard some extremely compelling testimony about Bruce Orson and his relationship to his alleged victim Abigail Burke. However, one figure has stood out through all of that testimony: The Shadow Lady, an extra-dimensional entity with the power to control minds. Could she have something to do with this terrible crime?
Emily Burke, Abigail's sister takes the stand and gives the court better insight into Abigail's personality and potential conflicts within her social group. Then Abigail's boyfriend Max Bonner testifies and we learn some extremely relevant information about an individual in the social group Abigail kept at the Yellow Jacket Lounge. Finally, Roberta Orson, the accused's mother takes the stand and we learn about the reservations she had about her son's friends.
Dominique Dickey guides James, Ali Barthwell, and CJ Tuor through their courtroom storytelling RPG: Trial. We show you the over-the-top case of Bruce Orson, a Black man on trial for the murder of Abigail Burke, a white woman. We start off with the testimony of Clayton Mosely, the arresting officer. To put things generously, he is not very good at his job.