WHEN SHOULD YOU USE THIRD PERSON OMNISCIENT OR THIRD PERSON LIMITED?
WHAT IS THIRD PERSON POV?
In third person, the narrator is outside of the story and relating the experiences of a character. In other words, the main character (MC) and the narrator are two different people or entities. This POV uses “he/she”, “his/hers”, or “they/theirs” statements and has two types of this point of view: third person omniscient and third person limited.