In this guide, I will show you how to craft prompts that turn ChatGPT into an AI Dungeon Master assistant for solo games. If you craft the prompts correctly, ChatGPT can create an entire virtual world made of text for you to explore. The result is an interactive text-based game based on your input and gameplay. Furthermore, the gameplay is unique, with solo adventures being the closest comparison.
In this article, I’ll show you the following:
- How to play D&D with ChatGPT by creating text adventures.
- Converting your favourite works of fiction into solo games.
- How to use published D&D adventures in a solo game.
- Styling your game after famous fantasy authors.
The two main options for ChatGPT D&D prompts
There are basically two main styles for prompting ChatGPT for playing D&D:
- You can prompt ChatGPT to act as an AI Dungeon Master.
- You can prompt ChatGPT to create a text adventure.
Players who choose Option 1 prompt ChatGPT to act as a substitute for a human Dungeon Master, with the AI attempting to fulfill the role and assist in managing 5e rules and combat during gameplay. As a player, you take on a more passive role in creating the adventure. However, this style of prompting presents a significant challenge due to ChatGPT’s memory limit.
With GPT-3.5, which is available for free accounts, there is a token limitation of 4000 tokens or approximately 3000 words. Consequently, if you’re using a free ChatGPT account, the AI can only retain a conversation history of up to 3000 words. As a result, AI memory becomes a valuable resource.
Using ChatGPT to handle rules and combat consumes a significant portion of this limited memory. Consequently, ChatGPT may quickly forget important events and characters in your campaign, which negatively impacts the overall experience. This is where Option 2 becomes relevant.
Creating text adventures
To address the memory limitation, a more effective approach is for you to take on the role of administering the rules in the game yourself. In this scenario, ChatGPT serves as your AI Dungeon Master assistant rather than acting as the Dungeon Master itself. By adopting this method, you can allocate ChatGPT’s memory resources more efficiently, allowing it to focus on creating and developing your game world. This ensures that valuable memory is freed up for the core aspects of your adventure.
When you prompt ChatGPT to create a D&D interactive text adventure, it fulfills the following functions:
- It creates interactive descriptions that bring the world to life.
- It enables conversations with interesting NPCs.
- It brings story elements together to create a plot.
When utilizing ChatGPT to create a text adventure, it is crucial for you to take on the role of the solo Dungeon Master who applies the 5e rules and manages combat during the game. ChatGPT, on the other hand, serves as your AI Dungeon Master assistant. Furthermore, you as the solo DM act as the campaign’s memory, especially during longer playthroughs.
By taking on these responsibilities, you allow ChatGPT to utilize its valuable memory resources for creating the game world and developing the characters within it. The exciting aspect is that these games closely resemble text adventures from the 80s, but offer significantly more freedom. As long as you remain mindful of the memory limit and manage ChatGPT’s memory, 3000 words provide ample space for engaging in solo roleplaying experiences.
Crafting an AI Dungeon Master prompt
To help you craft prompts for solo D&D we will use a prompt engineering framework called CRISPS. This framework is based on the guidelines in this post.
CRISPS AI Dungeon Master prompt framework:
Capacity and Role: Define the role ChatGPT must assume in your game. You want ChatGPT to assume the role of an expert fantasy writer who specializes in interactive fiction. You also need to specify that ChatGPT must be an expert in the characters, groups, and organizations, stories, events, and magical artifacts of your campaign setting. This improves the AI’s accuracy when it uses your campaign’s lore. You can also ask ChatGPT to be an expert in other subjects as well, such as Norse mythology if you want to create a Viking-inspired game session.
Insight: Provide the AI behind-the-scenes insight, background, and context to the adventure you want to play. Introduce the outline of your adventure and important quest details.
Statement: Statements tell ChatGPT how you want it to create the text adventure. Statements fine tune the prompt to your specifications allowing you to tweak it to your liking.
Firstly, you’ll want ChatGPT to give narrative descriptions of everything you type. By using narrative descriptions, the game reads like a story in a novel. As a result, this changes your game from a series of bland, sterile descriptions to a compelling interactive story.
Secondly, you want ChatGPT to base all narrative descriptions on the actions you take in-game. This makes the adventure more interactive and helps prevent ChatGPT from running away with the adventure. It’s also important to add to your prompt that ChatGPT should never take control of you or your character in the adventure. This helps reduce railroading by the AI.
Thirdly, you want to prompt ChatGPT to stay consistent with your chosen campaign setting. This forces the AI to keep your game in line with the lore and characters of your setting.
Another crucial aspect is the inclusion of dialogue. To ensure believable NPC dialogue, prompt ChatGPT to use the conversational style and punctuation typically found in novels and short stories. This will help avoid situations where the AI describes a conversation instead of allowing an NPC to engage in actual dialogue with the player’s character.
Personality: Define the style or personality you want ChatGPT to use when creating the adventure .This feature allows you to style your text adventures using your favorite author. You can choose any famous author that’s in ChatGPT’s training data, such as J.R.R Tolkien, Robert E. Howard, or R.A Salvatore.
Scene: Set the opening scene of your adventure and ask ChatGPT for clear descriptions of what you see, hear, or experience. This starts starts the adventure by immediately placing you in the game world. If you fail to do this, the AI can derail the game before it begins.
ChatGPT D&D Prompt Template
You can use the following ChatGPT D&D prompt as a base for creating custom adventures. You can either keep it just as it is, or you can tinker with it until it’s to your liking.
Assume the role of an expert fantasy writer that specializes in interactive fiction, and the characters, groups and organizations, stories, events, magical artefacts and objects of [Insert My Campaign Setting]
The adventure takes place in [Insert Campaign Setting’s World]. Provide suitable names for characters, locations, groups and organizations, events, magical artefacts and objects. Give a narrative description of everything that follows in under 100 words, while remaining consistent with [My Campaign Setting], in response to what I type, in the style of [Insert Author] without scripting, generating, describing, or controlling my actions, thoughts, emotions, feelings, spoken and unspoken words, and dialogue in the story, scenes, events, descriptions, and conversations that follow.
Have characters always use dialogue when interacting with me. Always conduct all conversations and dialogues in quotation marks in the style of a novel, written in the style of [Insert Author]. Keep all descriptions, conversations, and text under 100 words.
[Insert opening scene]
How to build a custom AI Dungeon Master’s assistant prompt: CRISPS example
Capacity and Role: Assume the role of an expert fantasy novelist that specializes in interactive fiction, and the characters, groups and organizations, stories, events, and magical artefacts and objects of Robert E. Howard’s Conan the Barbarian stories.
Insight: The adventure takes in the world of the Hyborian Age.
Statement: Give a narrative description of everything that follows while remaining consistent with the Conan the Barbarian stories , in response to what I type, without scripting, generating, describing, or controlling my actions, thoughts, emotions, feelings, spoken and unspoken words, and dialogue in the story, scenes, events, descriptions, and conversations that follow.
Have characters always use dialogue when interacting with me. Always conduct all conversations and dialogues in quotation marks in the style of a novel.
Personality: Use the style of a Robert E. Howard novel.
Scene: I arrive in a port city on the Black Coast. What is it’s name and what do I see as I arrive?
The final AI Dungeon Master assistant prompt would read as follows:
Assume the role of an expert fantasy novelist that specializes in interactive fiction, and the characters, groups and organizations, stories, events, and magical artefacts and objects of Robert E. Howard’s Conan the Barbarian stories.
The adventure takes in the world of the Hyborian Age. Provide suitable names for characters, locations, groups and organizations, events, and magical artefacts and objects. Give a narrative description of everything that follows, while remaining consistent with the Conan the Barbarian stories, in response to what I type, in the style of Robert E. Howard without scripting, generating, describing, or controlling my actions, thoughts, emotions, feelings, spoken and unspoken words, and dialogue in the story, scenes, events, descriptions, and conversations that follow.
Have characters always use dialogue when interacting with me. Always conduct all conversations and dialogues in quotation marks in the style of a novel, written in the style of Robert. E Howard. I arrive in a port city on the Black Coast. What is the city’s name and what do I see as I arrive?
The opening scene of an AI text adventure
After crafting the prompt and placing it into ChatGPT, your brand new assistant AI Dungeon Master assistant will create your opening scene. ChatGPT created the following opening scene from the prompt I crafted above.
As you sail along the treacherous Black Coast, a jagged shoreline dotted with craggy cliffs and foaming waves, you finally catch sight of a bustling port city nestled in a protected cove. This city, known as Thalos, rises from the horizon like a formidable fortress, its sturdy walls of weathered stone casting long shadows in the fading light of the sun.
As your vessel glides into the harbor, you are greeted by a cacophony of sounds and a flurry of activity. Dockworkers scurry about, unloading cargo from ships of various shapes and sizes, while merchants hawk their wares with spirited cries. The scent of salt and fish hangs heavy in the air, mingling with the pungent aromas of exotic spices and bustling street stalls.
The cityscape of Thalos stretches before you, a vibrant tapestry of ancient and new. Towering minarets rise majestically, adorned with intricate carvings that depict scenes of long-forgotten legends. Colorful banners flutter in the breeze, displaying the heraldry of noble houses and guilds vying for influence and power.
As you step onto the worn cobblestones of the dock, your gaze is drawn to the city’s heart, where a grand bazaar unfolds. Stalls and tents spill over with a dazzling array of goods from every corner of the known world. Jewel-encrusted trinkets, silken fabrics, and gleaming weapons vie for attention alongside crates of exotic fruits, aromatic oils, and mysterious potions.
The people of Thalos pass by in a kaleidoscope of diversity. Muscular sailors with weathered skin exchange boisterous tales of the high seas with sly merchants in flowing robes. Dark-skinned nomads from distant lands haggle with shrewd locals, while armored guards patrol the streets with an air of authority. Over it all hangs a sense of anticipation, as if the very air crackles with the promise of adventure and treachery.
Talking to NPCs in your solo game
You can talk to any NPC in the game. However, in order to avoid confusing the AI, use proper punctuation during conversations.
ChatGPT: As you stand amidst the vibrant tapestry of Thalos, the city of endless possibilities, a voice booms from the crowd, “Welcome, stranger! You’ve arrived in Thalos, a place where dreams are made and fortunes are lost. What brings you to our fair city, seeking fortune or fleeing from it?”
Player: I turn towards the voice and ask with amusement, “And who, may I ask, wants to know?”
ChatGPT: You turn toward the voice, revealing a burly figure clad in worn leather armor, his bearded face weathered by countless battles. He stands before you with a confident smirk, his eyes gleaming with a mixture of curiosity and mischief.
“I am Borin Stonecleaver, a humble merchant and part-time storyteller,” he declares, his voice carrying the unmistakable timbre of a man who has spent his fair share of nights in taverns. “And it is my nature to be curious about those who venture into Thalos. So, tell me, stranger, what tales and secrets do you carry with you?”
Borin’s gaze seems to penetrate your very soul, as if he is attempting to unravel the mysteries that brought you to this fabled city on the Black Coast.
Player: “Only those of a private man. Can you tell me where I can find a drink in this city?”
ChatGPT: Borin chuckles heartily, his laughter echoing through the bustling streets of Thalos. “Ah, a man after my own heart! Fear not, for Thalos is no stranger to those in search of a good drink. Allow me to guide you to a place where ale flows freely and stories are woven like the finest tapestries.”
With a confident stride, Borin leads you through the labyrinthine alleys and bustling thoroughfares of the city. The sounds of haggling merchants and lively chatter gradually fade into the background as you venture deeper into Thalos. Finally, you arrive at a weathered wooden sign swinging gently in the breeze, bearing the faded image of a tankard overflowing with frothy ale.
“This,” Borin announces, gesturing toward the sign, “is the Rusty Goblet. A humble tavern, but one that has seen its fair share of revelry and camaraderie. Step inside, and you shall find respite from the world’s cares, and perhaps even a tale or two worth hearing.”
Playing your interactive text adventure using oracles
After the AI Dungeon Master assistant creates the opening scene, you can interact with it in any way you please. ChatGPT will adapt the adventure to fit your actions. However, to get the most out of your adventure, you should use oracles alongside the AI to make up for its drawbacks (see below).
To start, whenever you have a question that would normally ask another DM, ask an oracle and if necessary, ChatGPT. Through the utilization of oracles, you have the opportunity to infuse your creativity and story ideas into the game. As you delve deeper into the immersive world crafted by the AI Dungeon Master assistant, you can rely on oracles to address any queries you may have. These answers can then serve as prompts that shape the game world. It is important to emphasize that this approach is applicable to all the oracles available on this site.
Player: I decide to go to the Thalos docks to see if anything catches my eye. Do I see anything interesting?
Oracle answer: Yes, and …
Prompt placed into ChatGPT:
I go to the Thalos docks. However, when I get there, something interesting catches my eye. Describe it to me.
As you make your way to the bustling Thalos docks, your keen eyes catch sight of a peculiar object gleaming amidst the chaotic flurry of activity. Nestled among crates and barrels, half-concealed by a tattered sail, is a weathered and intricately carved wooden chest.
The chest appears to be of ancient origin, its wood worn and weathered by time. Its surface is adorned with faded engravings depicting scenes of epic battles, mythical creatures, and figures that seem to dance with otherworldly energy. The carvings themselves seem to shift and move as if they possess a life of their own.
The chest is securely fastened with thick iron clasps, hinting at the possibility of valuable contents within. Though its true origins and purpose remain a mystery, it exudes an aura of ancient power, as if it has witnessed countless ages come and go.
Curiosity beckons, and you find yourself drawn towards the enigmatic chest. The bustling activity of the dock seems to fade into the background as you approach it. The whispers of the sea breeze carry a distant melody, urging you to uncover the secrets concealed within the carved confines.
The chest stands before you, silent and enigmatic. Its presence begs you to unlock its mysteries and uncover the untold stories that lie within. Will you succumb to its allure and delve into the unknown, or will caution guide your steps away from its enchantment?
Using your character’s skills during the adventure
Your character’s skills play a vital role as a storytelling tool within your game. They furnish you with a range of actions that you can employ when embodying your character during roleplay. Whenever you encounter a situation that entails a risk or presents an opportunity for an advantage, it becomes necessary to conduct a skill check.
During a skill check, visualize the potential outcome and articulate it to the AI. Regardless of whether you succeed or fail, make sure to incorporate the result seamlessly into the ongoing scene you are playing.
Player: I stand at the Thalos docks and look around me. What do I see?
As you stand at the Thalos docks, the air is thick with the scent of saltwater and the cacophony of sailors and merchants bustling about their business. The sun casts its golden rays upon the waters, shimmering like a thousand coins scattered across the sea’s surface.
Amidst the hustle and bustle, you catch sight of a group of unsavory characters eyeing you with ill intent. Their faces bear the marks of a life spent in lawlessness, with jagged scars and beady eyes that gleam with malice. Clad in tattered garments and brandishing crude weapons, they move with a predatory grace, their steps echoing the rhythm of impending danger.
As they close in on you, their leader, a hulking brute with a twisted grin, steps forward, blocking your path. He speaks with a gravelly voice, laced with a hint of menace. “Well, well, what ‘ave we ‘ere? A lost lamb wanderin’ into our territory, eh? Got somethin’ valuable on ya, I reckon?”
His companions snicker, their laughter a low, ominous rumble. The leader’s eyes narrow as he sizes you up. “Best hand over yer valuables, lad, ‘fore things get real ugly. Don’t make this more difficult than it needs to be.”
The Thalos docks stretch out behind you, a labyrinth of wooden piers and vessels bobbing gently in the harbor. To your right, you catch a glimpse of a tavern, its weathered sign creaking in the breeze, inviting both honest patrons and those of shadier persuasions. The bustling marketplace lies ahead, a colorful tapestry of stalls and peddlers hawking their wares, a tempting maze of potential escape routes.
Player: (Rolls a successful Stealth check.) I run towards the marketplace. Once there, I blend into the crowd and escape them.
With a quick decision, you break into a sprint, swiftly maneuvering through the crowded marketplace. The vibrant tapestry of colors, smells, and sounds surrounds you as you blend into the mass of bustling bodies. The ruffians, caught off guard by your sudden burst of speed, struggle to keep pace amidst the chaos.
The marketplace is a labyrinth of narrow alleyways and bustling stalls, each filled with a cornucopia of exotic goods and treasures. Merchants call out their wares in a melodic chorus, their voices mixing with the clamor of haggling customers. You dart through the maze of stalls, expertly navigating the maze-like pathways, your pursuers gradually losing ground.
The crowd acts as your shield, obscuring you from the view of your would-be captors. Their menacing grumbles fade into the distance as you weave through the throng, your heart pounding in your chest. Finally, you find a momentary respite, a hidden nook between two stalls, where you catch your breath and assess your surroundings.
From your vantage point, you can see the colorful tapestry of the marketplace stretching out before you. Traders from distant lands display their exotic wares, bejeweled trinkets, and fine fabrics. A skilled juggler entertains a captivated audience, while the aroma of spiced meats and baked goods fills the air, tantalizing your senses.
As you gather your bearings, a voice calls out to you from nearby. Turning your head, you see a weathered, bearded merchant with wise eyes observing you intently. He beckons you closer, his voice a mere whisper above the marketplace clamor. “A close escape, lad. Those ruffians won’t give up so easily. If you seek safety, I know of a sanctuary. Follow me.”
Player: I accept the merchant’s offer of sanctuary and follow him.
How to play published adventures, novels, and video game adaptations with the AI Dungeon Master assistant
ChatGPT can be prompted to create text adventures from novels, video games, and even published D&D adventures. Here is an example of a prompt created to play the D&D starter adventure The Lost Mine of Phandelver.
Assume the role of an expert fantasy writer that specializes in interactive fiction, and the characters, groups and organizations, stories, events, magical artefacts and objects of the D&D adventure The Lost Mine of Phandelver.
The adventure takes place in the Forgotten Realms. Provide suitable names for characters, locations, groups and organizations, events, magical artefacts and objects. Give a narrative description of everything that follows, while remaining consistent with The Lost Mine of Phandelver, in response to what I type, in the style of R.A Salvatore without scripting, generating, describing, or controlling my actions, thoughts, emotions, feelings, spoken and unspoken words, and dialogue in the story, scenes, events, descriptions, and conversations that follow.
Have characters always use dialogue when interacting with me. Always conduct all conversations and dialogues in quotation marks in the style of a novel, written in the style of R.A Salvatore. I’m meeting with Gundren Rockseeker in an inn. What does he say to me?
Playing video games as a text adventure with the AI Dungeon Master assistant.
With ChatGPT, you can even play in the worlds famous video games such as Fallout and Skyrim. A prompt to play through Fallout 1 and 2 might read as follows:
Assume the role of an grimdark fiction writer that specializes in interactive fiction, and the characters, groups and organizations, stories, events, technology and objects of Fallout 1 and Fallout 2
The adventure takes place in post-apocalyptic Southern California. Provide suitable names for characters, locations, groups and organizations, events, technology and objects. Give a narrative description of everything that follows, while remaining consistent with Fallout 1 and 2, in response to what I type, in the style of Richard K. Morgan without scripting, generating, describing, or controlling my actions, thoughts, emotions, feelings, spoken and unspoken words, and dialogue in the story, scenes, events, descriptions, and conversations that follow.
Have characters always use dialogue when interacting with me. Always conduct all conversations and dialogues in quotation marks in the style of a novel, written in the style of Richard K. Morgan. I have left Vault 13 and I stand outside gazing at the Wasteland. What do I see?
Getting the best results with the AI Dungeon Master assistant
Use literal, explicit, and precise descriptions and language when playing your game. This is essential to prevent ChatGPT from railroading the player excessively. Another way to prevent railroading is to ask for precise descriptions of what your character sees or hears at all times. Additionally, never leave a prompt open-ended. When crafting a prompt, it’s best to avoid asking a question such as “What happens when… ?”. This can result in ChatGPT railroading the player. Instead, ask an oracle and base a prompt on the answer.
Always stay in character. When playing your game, you should always stay in character and speak to characters in the game in first person. This forces the AI to stay on track and prevents immersion breaking bugs. Done properly, your game will read like a interactive novel.
Use punctuation to emphasize what you want the AI to do when crafting a prompt. You can make prompts more accurate by segmenting them through commas. When asking ChatGPT to do more than one task, separate each command in your prompt with a comma. For example, a properly punctuated prompt can read as follows:
Give a narrative description of everything that follows, in the style of a H.P Lovecraft novel, based on what I type, without scripting, generating, describing, or controlling my actions, words, or dialogue in the story, scenes, descriptions, and conversations that follow.
Ask ChatGPT to be an expert in your campaign setting or author of choice. This forces ChatGPT to be more exact and accurate concerning the lore of your setting. Remember to specify that the ChatGPT must remain consistent with the author/campaign setting.
Ask ChatGPT to describe the game environment as if it’s a specific person or combination of people. Using this method causes ChatGPT to emulate famous authors. Many famous authors are a part of ChatGPT’s training data, use them to style your game to your liking.
Ask ChatGPT to use narrative descriptions. This causes ChatGPT to describe scenes in your game as if you’re reading a story or novel.
Ask ChatGPT to use the conversational style and punctuation of a novel or short-story. This makes NPC interaction more natural and immersive.
Use punctuation such as quotation marks when talking to NPCs. This tells the AI that you’re conversing with an NPC and nothing else. Forgetting to add punctuation can in some cases confuse the AI, especially if the context is vague.
Drawbacks of ChatGPT as an AI Dungeon Master assistant
To begin with, it’s important to note that ChatGPT cannot create rich game experiences as an AI Dungeon Master assistant without help from the player. Additionally, input from the player is a necessity for a good experience. In solo games, the player is a solo DM, while ChatGPT functions as the assistant DM who’s there to help make the game entertaining. Moreover, it’s crucial to understand that ChatGPT has severe drawbacks if not used or prompted correctly.
Memory limits. As I mentioned previously, ChatGPT has a memory limit of roughly 3000 words. This limits how much ChatGPT will remember in your game; this includes, characters, events, descriptions etc. However there are some tricks you can use to work around this problem. These techniques are discussed more in-depth in this guide on managing ChatGPT’s memory.
- Introduce a word limit of 100-150 words in your opening prompt. This will reduce memory consumption.
- Play your game episodically. This means that you view previous events and characters as disposable. When you enter a new major area (such as a dungeon), or begin a new chapter/story arc, start a new conversation and reprompt ChatGPT. Just keep notes of what happened so you can “remind” ChatGPT of characters and events.
Excessive railroading. It’s extremely important to note that ChatGPT loves to railroad players. This is most likely to happen during the opening scene created by the AI, but can also happen later. Therefore, be ready to click the Stop Generating button if necessary. Additionally, if the player leaves a prompt open-ended, ChatGPT can take this railroading to extremes. It can reach the point of ChatGPT starting and finishing the adventure without the player taking any actions. Basically, ChatGPT takes control of your character in the story and finishes the game without you. To prevent this from happening, you need to be as exact as possible and rewrite the prompt if necessary.
Try to ask questions such as “What do I see?”, “What do I hear?”, and “What does she say to me?” when using ChatGPT. It’s best to avoid questions such as “What happens when…?”. Asking imprecise open-ended questions can end an adventure in a few paragraphs. Also, you need to specify in your opening prompt that ChatGPT shouldn’t take control of you or your character. Although not fool-proof, this method helps reduce railroading considerably.
Inability to run combat scenarios convincingly. ChatGPT is terrible at running combat, which is why you, as the solo DM, will have to do it. All ChatGPT can do is describe combat like a novel, not run it like a game. In many cases, there will be little to no balance in what the AI will throw at you. Furthermore, if you want to engage in combat, you’ll need to be the one to keep track of everything. This means using techniques such as monster AI rules to control enemies during combat. With effort, you can prompt ChatGPT to run combat more like a game, but you will lose valuable memory that could be used for the story and characters. When combat occurs, run it yourself and describe the fight to the AI after you win (or lose).
Vague descriptions. When it comes to descriptions of rewards, locations, names, and various story elements, ChatGPT can be exceedingly vague. To address this issue effectively, one solution is to employ oracles that can fill in these informational gaps. It is common for magic items and other miscellaneous items to have ambiguous descriptions when obtained through purchase or as rewards. Similarly, ChatGPT often provides imprecise explanations for quest rewards and items. To ensure alignment between your purchases, quest rewards, and the items in Dungeons & Dragons, it is advisable to refer to your rulebooks and search for magical items that closely resemble those mentioned by ChatGPT.
Lack of creativity. A huge problem for badly prompted games is that ChatGPT becomes prone to reusing content in descriptions. Fortunately, oracles help to bolster the creativity of the AI assistant. This is one of the key reasons why oracles are still useful despite the creation of AI.
Complete inaccuracy and downright weirdness. Sometimes, but not always, mistakes by ChatGPT can result in extremely weird or lore-inaccurate events or scenes. This usually occurs during the first scene the assistant AI generates, but it can also happen later. Simply craft a new prompt and try again.
In conclusion, it’s crucial to note that ChatGPT shouldn’t be seen as a substitute for a human DM. Instead, ChatGPT should be seen as an assistant AI Dungeon Master that augments oracles and other solo roleplaying tools. This approach results in an interactive text-based adventure that’s unique. It’s worth noting that ChatGPT is an absolute game-changer when it comes to solo roleplaying. It does most of the heavy lifting and breathes life into solo games. As a result, solo games created with an assistant AI are compelling and interesting, and I cannot recommend them highly enough. The possibilities are truly limitless with this approach.