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📜 The Pygmalion DocsIf you're new to Pygmalion, please read this first. This will answer most of your basic questions.

☁️ To run Pygmalion on the cloud, choose one of the links below and follow the instructions to get started:

  • TextGen WebUI — Simple CAI-like interface. Also known as Oobabooga. Runs on a Gradio app, but you can also connect it to SillyTavern for a more feature-rich interface.
  • KoboldAI Horde — The Horde lets you run Pygmalion online with the help of generous people who are donating their GPU resources.
  • Agnaistic — Free online interface with no registration needed. It runs on the Horde by default so there's no setup needed, but you can also use any of the AI services it accepts as long as you have the respective access key.

🖥️ To run Pygmalion locally (on your own computer), follow one of the guides below:

Make sure your machine meets the system requirements before downloading.

  • TextGen WebUI — This guide will help you install the TextGen WebUI (also known as Oobabooga).
  • KoboldAI — This guide will help you install KoboldAI, a browser-based frontend.
  • KoboldAI 4bit — For GPUs with less than 10GB of VRAM
  • koboldcpp — Run KoboldAI on CPU only, using 4-8GB of RAM. No $2000 GPU necessary.
  • SillyTavern — Atmospheric interface. This is only a UI; you need to connect it to a service like TextGen, Horde, or KoboldAI.

🤖 To create and share characters, refer to the links below:

  • Character Card Creator — Most interfaces use character cards, which are images that have extra data inside them that define the character.
  • Character Hub — A place to share and download character cards (the site is SFW by default but has a NSFW toggle)

The following is an aggregation of links, guides, and tools related to Pygmalion and other open-source Large Language Models (LLMs). The field of LLMs is ever-changing. Some of the links below may be outdated, but the author of this Rentry will try to keep it up to date.

Pygmalion Models

Pygmalion 2 and Mythalion

Pygmalion 2 is the successor of the original Pygmalion models used for RP, based on Meta's Llama 2. Mythalion is a merge between Pygmalion 2 and Gryphe's MythoMax.

Pygmalion 2 Models:

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Pygmalion 1 and Metharme

Pygmalion 13B and 7B are chat models that use Meta's LLaMA as a base.
Metharme 13B and 7B are experimental variations of Pygmalion 13B/7B fine-tuned for instruction.

NOTE: The 13B / 7B models were released as XOR files due to licensing issues re. Meta, and cannot be used as-is. A list of converted models can be found here:

Older Models

These models are generally outdated and not guaranteed to work on some text generation services.

User Interfaces

Colab users: Due to high resource usage, Google no longer allows the string PygmalionAI in Colab code. You can still use Colab with other models. Almost all Colabs now use different unbanned versions of Pygmalion.

"The Website"

Developers have been working on an official UI, which will eventually be hosted here. Have patience. Remember: they're doing this all for free, in their own spare time.

In the meantime, you can enjoy Pygmalion using one of the following interfaces:

TextGen WebUI

A combined front-end and back-end for running models like LLaMA, GPT-J, Pythia, etc.


An atmospheric interface with lots of customization options, that uses a card-based character file system. Note that TavernAI is only a front-end; it needs to connect with a back-end such as Kobold (see below) or TextGen (see above).


A back-end for running a wide range of open language models.

Other UIs

Chat Websites
Open-source Platforms

Guides / Tips

General Guides

Character Guides

Character Repositories

Tools / Scripts

Additional Open Models and Resources


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Pub: 27 Mar 2023 06:53 UTC
Edit: 12 Sep 2023 01:25 UTC
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