- Doors Link here!
- "Jessica" (which is about Pokemon Yellow) has a sweet ending. Like the above entry, it's quite the Tear Jerker, especially if you like Pokemon. It makes it more depressing however when you learn the creator of the story tragically passed away from pneumonia.
- Love. You'll cry Tender Tears when you read this story of a girl who finds a message addressed to her on her computer one day. It's from the ghost of a war buddy of her fathers' who has been watching over her and protecting her all her life, but now that she's 18, But Now I Must Go. It's really sweet.
- The Railroad: "After the first six hour drive, our car had accumulated quite a bit of dust on it. That's not scary, no. But what was scary was the little sets of hand prints all over the back of the car. All the size of children's hands".
- The ending of 1dollar.wav has implications of this where the poster, his friend, and dog break the curse on a woman who had apparently been cursed by greed to constantly terrorize people.
- Sim Albert, a game about an implied haunting of a Sims game, where instead of haunting the game maliciously, the ghost appears to use the game as a second chance at life, which the player unknowingly grants, and is surprised when a message thanks them for doing it as the ghost says But Now I Must Go.
- At one moment in Jeff vs Jane, Jeff breaks into a potential victims house. While preparing waiting for the right moment to kill the babysitter, he realizes he woke up a four month old baby, instead of killing it, Jeff pacifies it with a teddy bear.
Jeff: Go to sleep for now kid. When you see more of the world, I'll be back to save you from it.
- It goes veer into Mood Whiplash halfway in that part of the story when Jeff threatens the baby to "make him quiet" after he kills his babysitter, though.
- There's something weirdly comforting about "An Egg" once you get past the initial existential crisis. The musings on the beauty of the human soul are especially touching.
"Your soul is more magnificent, beautiful, and gigantic than you can possibly imagine..."
- In the Land of Black and White is an oddly sweet story, since the spirit doesn't want to hurt the little girl at all and is just there to ease her passage into the next life..
- After two twelve-year-old girls stabbed a classmate nearly to death in order to apparently summon Slenderman, the Creepypasta Wiki responded by setting up a fundraiser to help pay for the victim's hospital bills.
- Goodbye Penny is a surprisingly heartwarming story that deals with coping with the fears of losing a loved one, even if it happens to be a pet fish.
- Pretend has a very weirdly heartwarming moment at the end when it's revealed that the monster was Good All Along.
- Always With You can be oddly heartwarming or comforting, despite the creepy descriptions of the guardian angel.
"I’ll lean down, past the doctors and the ogling people and pick you up in my crooked arms. Our faces will touch. My wings will unfurl. And then you’ll have to follow me.And I am always with you, for I am your guardian angel."
- The Hallows is a story that seems scary at first. A boy sees terrifying humanoid creatures in the woods on a path that he walks on to school. He becomes terrified and sick when he gets a better look at them. The story takes a surprising heartwarming turn when a pedophile attempts to rape the boy and the creatures kill the man to save him.
- This Pokémon "feelspasta", dealing with the starter Pokemon that wasn't chosen by Red or Blue. The narrator talks about all the adventures and battles they had together, before he released all the other Pokemon he had caught to catch up on his studies the day he turned sixteen. But then, he decided to try and go back to Pokemon training, with his now fully-evolved starter right by his side. Then, they skip ahead to the present...where the starter Pokemon is dying after their final battle. Sweetest (and most heartbreaking) A Boy and his Pokemon story ever.
"Goodbye...and thank you."
- Cancer is a story about the primitive treatment for the disease in 500 AD. After being vivisected, poisoned, and lit on fire, the woman spends the rest of her life cancer-free.
- In Milk and Cookies, an old man brings the ghost of a little girl some of the emponymous snack every Friday for 70 years, after being trapped in the refrigerator truck she died in when he was a child playing Hide-and-Seek at the junkyard, and agreeing to be her friend. He admits their conversation might just have been an auditory hallucination, but the police did find the skeleton of a little girl in it when they rescued him, and a promise is a promise. After he leaves, the protagonist opens the doors of the truck, whereupon he sees the empty milk packet and some cookie crumbs.
- Borrasca Part V. A new "epilogue" (that basically functions as a full-blown sequel, due to its immense length) to the highly popular yet tragic Borrasca series I-IV. Amazingly enough despite the near pitch-black Downer Ending of the original story, Part V manages to pull off one of the greatest Earn Your Happy Ending moments in anything this Troper's ever read. The horrific operation behind everything is finally shut down for good, all of the parties responsible are either exposed or killed, and the main characters all manage to make it through alive and with the potential for bright futures. A truly and unexpectedly heartwarming ending to what was one of the bleakest stories in Creepypasta history.
- DOG (listen here). What seems like a standard "haunted stuffed animal" story takes a turn for the cute when Dog reveals his true colors as a loyal protector to the narrator and their room mate. Still a bit eerie, but sweet.
Heartwarming / Creepypasta
This is for Creepypastas that are heartwarming in nature.