* If you choose to let him do it, the Disgraced Rattus Faber Bandit-Chief [[spoiler: finally clearing his name by [[{{Chessmaster}} setting up an]] EnemyCivilWar to take down the Big Rat's lieutenants. [[{{Tearjerker}} Usually, he dies in the ensuing fray]] - but if the random number gods are smiling upon you, he returns victorious and no longer disgraced.]]
* The conclusion of the story of the Missionary and the Firebrand, if you choose to "rail at them". To quote, [[spoiler:"they've dragged you up and down Fallen London, halfway across the Quarter, tried to strip you of your memories," and then billed you for a 400-echo MacGuffin]]. Your character is not impressed, and does not hold back.
--> "What are you doing down here? Why can't you leave well enough alone? How would you both like to [[PrecisionFStrike b____r off]] back to the Surface and leave real Londoners to get on with real life? Did you really spend a year looking for [[spoiler:the Nadir without even knowing what it was?]] [[ArmorPiercingQuestion Who]] ''[[ArmorPiercingQuestion are]]'' [[ArmorPiercingQuestion you people?]]"
* As the governor of Port Carnelian, an envoy from the Mithridate Office may appear during term to offer your character intelligence. Your secretary advises against this, and it's a ''hard'' Watchful check, but success gives you this:
--> ''"[[ConsummateLiar Every word sounds true; every sentence is plausible;]] but it contradicts either your information or your intuition. None of it is worth writing down. Until, that is, he [[SarcasticConfession describes the tiger's affinity for flame]] - at this, you take up your pen for the first time, and write a short note. [[OhCrap The Poised Envoy stutters as you do,]] drags a finger to his lips, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere and takes his leave."]]''
* In a possible future shown to you by July in Parabola, you are able to [[spoiler: save Paris from becoming the Sixth City.]] Possibly by [[spoiler: [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu putting a bullet between the eyes of a Master.]]]]