I've been reading Mass Effect: Revelations. There's a chapter that's written in the third person limited perspective. The narrator is Saren, who belongs to an alien race known as the turians. Anyway, there's a line that read something like: "The human put his gun down, so the turian did as well." "The human" refers to a man named David Anderson. I can understand Saren referring to Anderson as "the human", since he is racist. But would Saren refer to himself as "the turian"? Or is the above sentence acceptable, since the story isn't written from a first person perspective? If it isn't acceptable, isn't third person limit's rules exactly the same as first person? I'd love to learn more about this. Thanks.