# Prompt completers

You need to have a LLM (large language model) service to use the bots. A LLM is a machine learning model that is able to predict and generate the bot responses. You can use the following services:

  • text-generation-webui. An open-source local server for LLMs, also known as oobabooga. This is the recommended option, as it's compatible with the LLaMA-based models. They can be run using a GPU or CPU (but it's slower).

  • OpenAI. A paid service that provides censored LLMs. You need to have an API key to use it. The model that is compatible with MikuGG is gpt3.5-turbo. Note: NSFW content is not allowed for this API because the model censors it. Unless you can bypass it with a¬†jailbrak but that's up to your own risk.

  • Kobold AI. An open-source local server for LLMs. Compatible with Pygmalion 6B and uncensored. But it requires a GPU to run it.

# Get an ooobabooga API endpoint (for LLaMA models)

First, download and install text-generation-webui and run a model. To run a LLaMA model, you need to expose it with a public API by --public-api option.

For example, to run a model like WizardLM-7B

python server.py --model wizardLM-7B-GPTQ-4bit-128g --wbits 4 --groupsize 128 --public-api

After running it, please copy the non-streaming public url from the terminal. For example, you will see the following message in the terminal:

Starting non-streaming server at public url https://together-budgets-optimize-distributor.trycloudflare.com/api

If you're running everything locally. Please use the --api flag only. For example:

python server.py --model wizardLM-7B-GPTQ-4bit-128g --wbits 4 --groupsize 128 --api

For more information about runnning local LLMs, hardware requirements and test different ones for role-playing, please check these links:


# Get a Kobold AI API endpoint (for Pygmalion 6B)

You have two options:

If you choose to do use the Google Colab option (recommended one for noobs), make sure to select the "Pygmalion 6B" option in the dropdown menu.

After you have it running, copy the link in the output console and add /api.

In this example, the endpoint environment variable should be:


# Get an OpenAI API key

To get an OpenAI Key. First create an account and the go to https://platform.openai.com/account/api-keys

The click on create new API key and this should popup: