- The story of Ivar in Lake Silverstep Village, as recounted by him after being defeated in front of his children's graves.Baron: Tell me the truth of what happened to you.Ivar: Let it be my last fairy tale, then. Once Upon a Time, there lived a stupid young hunter named Ivar. He loved his family - his wife, his son, his little daughter - very much. He also loved making up fairy tales for his children. But one night, he came up with a foolish story, one about a silver dragon that can only be spotted if you climb to the top of a high cliff as the new moon rises. That very night, the children snuck out of the house and... their bodies were found at the base of the cliff the next morning... His poor wife's heart couldn't bear the loss. Lissa... she was gone soon after. So Ivar cursed himself. Cursed his own blabbering tongue and reckless mind. Standing near the graves of his family, he could only mutter to himself over and over, "I'm a monster... I'm a monster!" Then, he felt the self-inflicted curse begin to melt him from the inside - burning him, turning him into a beast. He became a werewolf, swore to protect the village to honor the memory of Lissa and his children. He wanted to serve people, to bring them good instead of evil, at least once.
- Adding to this was a bundle of notes found at his former home, describing the events of that morning.''The next morning, you woke first, and it was you who found our children's beds empty. You said nothing to me then. Not then, not when we walked through the misty woods, not when we found Mika's doll at the start of the path leading to the cliff. You kept silent as I ascended from the chasm with Arry's body in my hands. You said nothing when Aysel brought Mika's body, found further out, at the lake shore near the cliff. You're such a fool, Ivar. You wag your tongue too much. It was just a story, another of your stupid fairy tales, how could it end this way?! I'm so sorry, Lissa. Better you'd married the smith. Or the headman's son. Or even stupid Aysel. Anyone but me. It's all my fault. Forgive me. Please. And let me go. Today, I'll go to the children's graves and...
- What happens to Regongar and Octavia in the House at the Edge of Time if you didn't complete both of their quests. They get locked in prisons which are being set on fire, with the chance to save only one of them. They let themselves burn to death rather than leave the other to die.
- Nyrissa's tragic backstory. The reason she's doing any of this is because the Lantern King banished her from the First World for the crime of trying to "steal" a Queendom. She'll only be permitted back in after she destroys a thousand fiefdoms in Golarion, and the Lantern King even went so far as to rip out her ability to love to make sure she'd do it.
Tearjerker / Pathfinder: Kingmaker