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  • The Narrator (The Stanley Parable)
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  • The Narrator is one of two characters appearing in the clever adventure/puzzle game, The Stanley Parable, along with the titular playable protagonist. The narrator's roles as a character depends on what Stanley, controlled by the player, does, as the game allows them to form an endless amount of conclusive outcomes.
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  • The Narrator is one of two characters appearing in the clever adventure/puzzle game, The Stanley Parable, along with the titular playable protagonist. The narrator's roles as a character depends on what Stanley, controlled by the player, does, as the game allows them to form an endless amount of conclusive outcomes. What the Narrator is exactly shall always remain a mystery, but according to himself, he is basically the writer of Stanley's life, changing the script constantly. He is aware that he is in a video game, is just a voice in Stanley's head, and has complete control over reality itself, or at least Stanley's reality. He sees how Stanley's boring life works out and always puts a sadistic and/or helpful twist before resetting it to see what happens in the next incarnation of Stanley's life. Others believe Stanley is simply insane, imagining that he is being terrorized by an omnipresent bully stuck in his head.