Adam King built a fun web interface for OpenAI’s 345M GPT-2 model:
To ensure that I don’t feed it with something it already knows, I seeded it with a quote from last week’s Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 4 (spoiler!):
She’s a girl who walked into a fire with three stones and walked out with three dragons. How could she not believe in destiny?
But I don’t believe she lived. Her story is not all that unusual. Not in other kingdoms. And what is the difference between a dragon and a girl? The dragon is only two stones and her dragon is three.
As the dragon dies and leaves behind him the girl, she has now lost the chance to fulfill her destiny. In the end, she gives up the body, but it did not have wings. Her power dissipates and the girl dies like a leaf on a river, but with the power of a dragon and the dragon’s magic that could have killed her.
That’s what my stories are like. I don’t know when or why something happens, but it always seems to happen within me.
If a character dies early by going through a terrible time, that might be because of their family or close friends, but sometimes, they could be the result of a curse. It’s too common.