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Less moments where the ai completely forgets where the main character is. I know it won't be 100% fixed, but anything helps.
It's not difficult. If the character has not changed the location, then he is in the last location. It is more difficult to teach the AI to "understand" whether the character has moved somewhere or not.
I wish the AI would summarize major events and automatically insert them into the World Info (or remove them, as in my next example). For example, I have a long running story where one of the main NPCs gets killed, but low and behold, the dead character keeps reappearing. I wouldn't mind if the AI even prompted you "Is this an important event I need to remember?".
I've also noticed the game looses a lot of context if you exit and resume. I wish there was some way to persist whatever "memory" it had from the previous session.
I like how it forgets things and creates something more creative you could have use ping to remember things
@guet funniest thing
oh god somebody please help me i am trapped in the mountains of Massachusetts witha broken leg oh god
I think this would be one of the most usefull aditions to the AI.
I mostly use AI as a prompt generator for my own writing, it works great at the beginning of a story but after a while it's not very useful because the things the AI suggests become completly disconnected from the setting. It can be a bit awkward to have to repeat new information over and over so the AI can relearn it.
I admit I don't know much about coding and aren't exactly sure of how complicated to add more memory would be, but it would certainly help to improve it a lot :)
I thnk there's no way to pruposefully do it without either expanding the forced memory, which is probably already at it's limit, or waiting until it somehow trains itself to know what is important. The AI is not true AI and it has no concept of what it's even generating, and no concept if "and then they" is more than "Alex has red hair". It might recall someone has red hair for a string or two and then the next paragraph is already as new to it as a completely separate story.
I sympathize with this one. I was playing a medieval fantasy world where myself and my father were fighting some goblins, and my father suddenly pulls out a shotgun from who knows where.
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