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.
This week Dr. Emile Candy (Sam Kaye) and Felix “Mack” Macbre (James D’Amato) get into some how water with Capone’s outfit as they tear the windy city apart looking for Humphrey Hall, wealthy greetings card magnate. Meanwhile the bodies start piling up as
The mystery continues to unravel as a deranged killer turns the festival of light into a festival of death! Dr. Emile Candy (Samuel Kaye) and Felix “Mack” Macabre (James D’Amato) are investigating the disappearance of a wealthy greeting card manufacturer
We have a special holiday treat for you, heroes! It just happens to be a little late. This week we are celebrating the festival of lights with some hard boiled crime.
James and Kat are joined by special guest, rabbinical student Sam Kaye to take on myste
James D’Amato, Alex Manich, James Hepplewhite, Dan Stauffer, and special guest Cliff D’Amato sit down to play a game of Dread, the Jenga based horror RPG. What happens when a Colorado camping trip takes a turn for the deadly? Find out on ONE SHOT!
John gets a new look. Then he gets some new friends to help him out with a little project he has been working on. Finally John has some words with himself and gets to do something he has been wanting to do for a long time.
This week we join John Patrick Coan, Luke Null,and John Gospel as they guide John through a hostage crisis. John reads more from the Necronomicon and summons a new friend, he also has a chat with the Chief of Police and the Dean of Miskatonic. It is a fin
James and JPC along with newcomers Luke Null and Mike Gospel take on Lovecraft in the indie system which is taking the internet by storm: “Everyone is John.” After reading the Necronomicon can John Tuckerman, an associate professor from Miskatonic Univers