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A term used in fanfictions to say that there will only be one body of text. (One chapter)
"Severus Snape struggles to find his way, and redemption, after the war. One shot."
de Domccus 29 juin 2006
Refers to fanfiction, which means that the fic is one chapter long and will not be continued. Mostly canon.
Hey, should I continue my oneshot, or leave it as is?
de akurokuu 22 août 2006
Writing about a character, place or thing that has been done on a spur of the moment of a fandom or orginal peice. Usually is to short for a short story consisting of only one chapter.
'The writer did a one=shot of Mike's feelings toward his parents.'
de lgbird 28 avril 2005
A term used in fanfiction literature by the authors writing a single chapter. Somewhat Similar to a short story used in regular literature.
One shot--We went through and through and came out blank.
de Saggeebush ! 18 décembre 2008
-verb

In video games, to kill an opponent with a single shot or blow.
1. My character is so stacked, I can one-shot every boss in the game.

2. I've been one-shotting n00bs all day with the WA-2000 on MW2.
de reese456 6 mai 2010
(Used commonly in RPG threads) To create a straightforward plot or scene involving only one character which can get other characters involved in the future.
(Personal messaging)

1st Person: I've just created a oneshot about a zombie break in at the restaurant.

2nd Person: Cool, can I continue that idea in another thread?

1st Person: Sure, let me include that in an edit.
de Candiey 15 avril 2014
When a person is knocked out cold, with one punch. Typically "one shot" is delivered from a juicehead with a running start. One shot can result in an overnight in the county jail.
"That's one shot kid, one shot!"
de Blakey D 1 mars 2010
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