The narrator refers to themselves.
A nice man! Tall, but not too tall, because then you -- you too short, eh-mar, for a very tall man with a beard...
FFXII. Skypirates and ex-spies collide under a military blockade: a tale of how Balthier and Fran came to possess the Strahl.
In prison in a dystopian world, being broken doesn't fix itself. An ex-soldier and a roof tiler get together.
Still, she's never been much for others, my mother: at the time I didn't know if she realised her sister was actually on her deathbed, but now I'm starting to think she just had no sympathy for the situation.
Paradox duly avoided, I painted until I found myself a bit peckish, and stopped for lunch.
Dragon Age II. Fenris, Hawke and Anders. Post-game, Fenris sickens. A chance encounter with Anders discloses some information on Fenris' making; Hawke takes what seems to be the only option to save him.
Oh my god! I can feel it!
Despite the town's declaration of neutrality, I have been assigned two guards. In respect to my position, they are both female.
Dragon Age II, Fenris has a child AU. Fenris brings his daughter with him when he flees from Minrathous.
The global community reels with the discovery of impending apocalypse - but even the sky falling can't keep a good storyteller down. This is a future Australia where waiting for apocalypse has become a bit of a bore. Set in Kalgoorlie's SuperPit, grunt-level miner Katashi meets Arunta, the long-legged ruck rover of his dreams. Happily unreliable, Katashi tells his and Arunta's story from before, through and after the end of the world.
When I visited Over There, it had been forty two years since I left. Every second question was 'why aren't you married'. Gone forty two years and there's no 'how are you, what do you do, tell us about your life!' No, it's all, 'where's your husband? Where's your boyfriend? Why aren't you married?'