Add instructions here for the AI to follow. This is a good place to specify the writing style the AI should adhere to. For example, "Write in the style of Stephen King." or "Make sure to keep the tone of the story light-hearted and focus on dialogue instead of action."
The character limit for the author's note section is influenced by automatic memories made by the AI. The longer the story, the lower the limit. Turning off automatic memories will increase the character limit for the author's note section.
Add information here for the AI to remember. If you have "Automatic Memory" toggled on, the AI should remember past events. However, if you find it forgets something, this is a good place to mention it. Turning off automatic memories will also increase the amount of text you can place here.
When adding things to the memory section, organizing them information into sections may help the AI. For example:
"Charcter Notes - Fiona:
- has a battle scar under her right eye
- has a great sense of humor
Important World Events:
- news of the new mage college in Elytheria has reached all corners of the world"
Use this toggle to enable/disable the ability to generate NSFW content.
Enabling adventure mode will make the experience more like a CYOA (Choose Your Own Adventure) story. It will make it less likely for the AI to generate actions that were not specified in the action input box. In other words, the AI will be less likely to "take control" of your character for you. The style of the text generated by the AI may also slightly change.
Important: we're still experimenting with adventure mode. Any feedback is greatly appreciated!
Turning this on will make the AI automatically remember past events. However, it may be useful to turn off "Automatic Memory" if you intend to place a lot of information in the memory section.
We generally recommend leaving "Automatic Memory" turned on, as it typically improves the quality of generated text. However, it may be useful to turn off "Automatic Memory" if you intend to place a lot of information in the memory section.
We generally recommend leaving the "Automatic Guidelines" setting on, as it typically improves the quality of generated text. However, it may be useful to turn off "Automatic Guidelines" when you are having trouble getting the model to follow instructions in "Author's Note".
We generally recommend leaving the "Automatic Guidelines" setting on, as it typically improves the quality of generated text. However, it may be useful to turn off "Automatic Guidelines" when you are having trouble to get the model to follow instructions in "Author's Note".
Limit the maximum number of sentences the AI will generate in one go (type in a number between 1 and 10).
Set the number of times the AI will generate text when the "Send" button is pressed.
Note: credits will be used each time text is generated. For example, setting the number of generations to 10 means that each time you press "Send", it will cost 10 times the amount of credits. However, the credits will be substracted gradually, after each generation is completed. In case you want to cancel at any point, you can just refresh the page or close the tab.
Increasing the temperature can be thought of as making the model more random when generating text. This can boost the model's creativity, however, setting the temperature too high will negatively affect the model's ability to reason, and could even prevent it from generating coherent sentences.
Increasing this value reduces the likelihood of the AI model generating repeated sequences. This can be useful for generating more diverse text, but setting the repetition penalty too high may negatively affect the model's ability to generate coherent text.
Note: This setting does not currently work for the Astral 2.0 model.
Select the model you want to handle the World Engine logic. The model chosen here can affect the credit cost of a single generation. You can always check the cost of the next generation by clicking on the "?" button next to the "Model" setting.
Note: this setting is only available for stories that use the World Engine.