I also realized there was a missing resource to gain a deeper understanding of how the plugin functions. Since that information was unavailable, I resorted to seeking assistance from the chat to comprehend the inner workings of the plugin.
how does bramework pluguins work?
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You’re welcome I’ll try to keep that information up to date in the repository. There’s also some model prompts in there, some configured for plugin setups that you may find effective as well. I’ll be adding to those regularly as I am able.
Thanks for sharing! Definitely check out pugin.ai! Stay subscribed for updates for new plugins and changes to manifests/openapi files. We’re working on surfacing live plugins with private manifests so will be comprehensive soon!
Just submitted my first plugin for verification. Fingers crossed a goes well.
It’s called DM Tool Kit. It gives the model access to the full dice mechanics for the d20 and Fate/Fudge dice systems.
I’ve used it for randomly creating leveled characters for 5e dnd, random treasures, random tavern and shops with random inventory and pricings, as well as in conjunction with web browsing I gave it a link to the greyhawk wiki entry for kas and had it roll up a cr25 encounter stat block. Using the pdf plugins I was able to generate setting specific random characters with equipment and abilities from that setting. Using a pdf copy of my character sheet I was able to have it roll attacks and saving throws for me as well. It also shows it’s rolls so you can verify the results.
If you want to give it a try while I’m waiting to see if it’s verified or needs more work, here’s the link: https://dmtoolkit.magejosh.repl.co/
Got rejected because host changed subdomain prefix. Fixed that and link above as well. It is now verified.
Insecure potentially. not unverified. If you upload a pdf with your sensitive info it’s letting you know that the 3rd party dev has access to it. The plugin itself is awesome as long as you realize that your use of it is not private.
I know this complete list of plugins and description of each one is great. Furthermore, I would like to get tables of function of plugins like this image using the prompt (What can the [plugin name] plugin do? Output a table with every single available function and capability, a second column for a simple yet comprehensive explanation, and a third column with clear example prompts that show off the full capabilities of the plugin within GPT-4.)