Roleplay chat bot
Like so many of its rivals, it was rumored for a few months that Facebook would introduce chatbots.
Yesterday at the F8 conference, Mark Zuckerberg finally unveiled them for Facebook Messenger. The search box in the Facebook Messenger apps and the Web-based version have the feature; you can't search for bots from within Facebook, even on the desktop.
Meet the great number of topics such as anime, comics, high school, romance, apocalypse, vampire, otaku, minecraft, pokemon, doctor who, my little pony, furry, naruto, one piece, homestuck, creepypasta and so much more.
First, you choose your style - free form, semi-lit, advanced lit.
In order for a bot of this sort to be a good DM (or a DM’s assistant), it needs to have extensive knowledge of the realm/region/locale that the game is set in, and needs to know where everyone is within that realm/region/locale, plus knowledge of creatures/enemies/NPC’s, etc.
It’s certainly doable, and I don’t want to dissuade you from the notion, but ti’s going to be a lot of work; even if you had something like my Rifts® web app to work from.
I tried it with Operator, a shopping recommendation bot that I'd never heard of until today (it also works via an i Phone app of its own).So lately I have been delving into the AD&D books a lot and chatting with people online about it on forums.Unfortunately, I don’t have anyone to play it with and there are many like me on those forums.So then if the thing the company programmed it to say is not something I want the chatbot to say, I can delete it's text. There thousands of geeks on Kik to share the same roleplay interests.