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This user has found a way to play Dungeons & Dragons with ChatGPT

This user has found a way to play Dungeons & Dragons with ChatGPT
Nacho Requena Molina

Nacho Requena Molina

It is no secret that artificial intelligence is on everyone’s lips. Within this, one of the most outstanding is ChatGPT, which we have been talking about for some time now because of the experiments that both users and developers are doing. The latest one is not to be missed: playing Dungeons & Dragons.

Although the controversy around Dungeons & Dragons is hot after this last week, from the Reddit forum they wanted to put the accent on the anecdotal when recreating a game with ChatGPT. “Hi! I have a fantastic idea. Let’s play a Dungeons & Dragons style game,” the user first writes. “You are the Dungeon Master and you have to make the story.”

From here, the AI comes into the picture in full. “I would be happy to help you play a Dungeons & Dragons style game. As Dungeon Master, I will create the story and ‘control’ the non-player characters, while you and other players will control your characters and make their decisions. Let’s get started! What’s the first thing you want your character to do?” he notes.

The user in question replies that he wants to know where he is at that moment. And the AI answers again. “You find yourself in a dark and musty dungeon. The air is humid and only…”, answers.

Although the Reddit user does not share more screenshots of how the story continues, there is no doubt that it is a first approximation of how the AI is also able to assimilate a Dungeons & Dragons adventure. In the comments on the website they highlight that they have done tests and it gives good results, although many are far from what a good “master” would do in terms of management and decisions. Bearing in mind that this is the beginning, we will surely write about it again in the future.

Nacho Requena Molina

Nacho Requena Molina

Periodista especializado en videojuegos y tecnología. Casi dos décadas dedicado a ello.

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