The Dungeon Dome is part Dungeons and Dragons, part professional wrestling franchise, all streamed live online for your viewing pleasure. James is here to talk about how he’s building this new type of games entertainment, the stories he’s hoping to tell, and his thoughts on the future of RPGs.


James on twitter

One Shot Podcast Network


The Dungeon Dome on Kickstarter

The Dungeon Dome on YouTube

About the Author
Meghan Dornbrock knows that books are true magic, and has a weak spot for storytelling rogue-kings. An artist, animator, and all-around games enthusiast, she’s fascinated by the many different ways there are to tell a good story and is eager to see what’ll come next. Eventually she will die on Mars, but currently she lives in the uncool part of Brooklyn. Follow her on twitter or on her website.

2 comments on 41. Enter The Dungeon Dome with James D’Amato!!!

  1. Michael Miller says:

    Somebody probably already pointed this out to James, but if not hopefully I can save him some time/work as 5th edition already added multiple actions to big name monsters. They call them Legendary actions and they usually get three a round (in addition to their normal action in the initiative order) that they can break initiative order with. 5th edition also added lair actions where the environment has effects in combat as well that would be interesting to see in The Dungeon Dome.

  2. Dan says:

    Thinking about APs being designed to be streamed – the audience reaction mechanic in Pasión de los Pasiónes sounds like something that could be brought into some more games, but with an actual audience/stream chat.

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