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Important AI Dungeon Terms and Features
Individual entries in the story, created by you, the AI, or another player. You can click these to edit or undo them individually.
Advanced AI Settings
Options for how the AI generates words, only available to premium users. See Advanced AI Settings for more information →
Individual play-throughs of AI Dungeon, also referred to as a game or story. Learn more about Adventures →
A small amount of text added toward the end of player inputs when sent to the AI during gameplay to ; sometimes abbreviated as "AN" or "A/N”. Learn more about Author's Notes →
Text the AI uses to generate responses.
The art of creating context which is specifically made with the AI in mind.
The part of the story which the AI can currently access.
Text which you type into the Interface, or which the interface is sending to the AI.
Text to be added above the current part of the story before it’s sent to the AI. See Memory for more information.
A collection of your Adventures, Scenarios, and Worlds. Click Here for more info.
Computer generated text which the AI sends to the interface, or which the Interface shows to you.
A block of text made to start an Adventure, usually the beginning a Scenario, World, Quick Start, or the first thing you type in a custom game.
Numerical values which correspond to words, parts of words, and phrases, used by the AI to input and output text. Read more about tokens here.
Situations that occur throughout an Adventure started from AI Dungeon’s own Worlds with events enabled.
A set of text-entries to be added to the beginning of what is given to the AI when their corresponding “key” appears in the recent text. See World Info for more information.
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