Playing AI Dungeon
Why does the AI forget or mix things up?
The AI can only look back so far in your adventure’s history (called context when it’s passed into the AI model). The context limit is 1024 tokens for Dragon, Wyvern, and Griffin for free players. This is around a few thousand characters. For players with a membership, Griffin context length is 2048.
When the AI has seen information like a name it is more likely to use that name for other contexts later. For example, if it sees the name John, it’s more likely to use that name for other characters.
The best way to ensure that the AI keeps track of details you need it to remember is by using Memory in the settings sidebar and entering important information like details about your protagonist and immediate world events, as this information is guaranteed to remain in the AI’s memory. However, this is not guaranteed to work 100% of the time and unfortunately this is mostly a limitation of the models we use for AI Dungeon. In cases where the AI is failing to recall important details about your characters, your best bet is to retry and hope it catches on, edit your memory information to be more specific or simply use edit/alter to correct its mistakes.
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