- The author Slime-Beast as a whole gets one simply for the fact that he's written some of the most memorable and quotable pastas ever.
- The ending of Beware the Good Samaritan qualifies as this in a horrific way. The Villain Protagonist confesses to raping four young girls, and then is tortured and killed (thankfully not in a detailed way) by Nazar
- The ending of The Russian Sleep experiment has the commander of the project about to lock three researchers in the same room as the two remaining (and by now fully insane) subjects of the experiment when one of the researchers draws his gun, and shoots the commander right in the head before doing the same to one of the subjects. The researcher then angrily demands the final subject what the hell he is. When the subject gives a Breaking Speech and Hannibal Lecture, about how the subjects of the Sleep Experiment are the madness within all humans, the researcher pauses... then shoots the subject in the heart, killing him, and ending the Sleep Experiment for good.
- The ending to "Psychosis". The protagonist is locked up in a mental asylum due to his delusions about everyone in the world being People Puppets for some sort of monster. He's right. He was right all along. What does he do? He keeps up the illusion of being insane. He knows that he can't tell them he knows, because they'll take over his mind, but they can't drop the facade either. He has them trapped in a perpetual stalemate. In short, our protagonist outwitted an Eldritch Abomination.
- "Feline" is this for Jonesy, the cat from Alien. Tl;dr; following the infamous chest-burster scene in the first film, Jonesy decides to track down and fight the newborn xenomorph. The result; while he fails to kill it, he deals enough damage to force it to run, and successfully interrupts its feeding time, resulting in the xenomorph being much weaker than it should have been and thus allowing to be fought and beaten. Additionally, he survives the bout, making him one of the few creatures in the franchise to survive a direct encounter with the alien.
- The titular ending to "Twist Ending"—the famous horror writer turns out to be a fraud who not only plagiarized from another writer, but had said writer blacklisted so that he couldn't publish anything he wrote. The other writer gets revenge by adding a note to the book the man bought, revealing that he laced said book's pages with arsenic, which kills the plagiarist.
- Harold might be one of the wisest characters in Creepypasta for utterly shutting down Sarah O'Bannon.
- The ending to the story series "Does Anyone Remember Channel 42?" The titular Channel 42 is revealed to have a fatal Brown Note effect on it; a malevolent Eldritch Abomination is housed inside of every image the station projects and its curse passes to anyone who sees it, consciously or subconsciously. As the story progresses, each victim ends up succumbing to the Despair Event Horizon and sharing the channel in the hopes of getting it to spread before dying...and then it ends up in the hands of an FBI agent named "Helsing", who ends up investigating the station's background, leading him to being infected as well. After his investigations, he realizes that the only true way to get rid of it is to kill it at its source—so he proceeds to write his final entry whilst calmly dousing the station with holy water and gasoline, planning to burn the whole thing to the ground with himself inside it to stop the curse from ever spreading again. Even better, it's strongly implied to have worked, as the Eldritch Abomination's main avatar, a Monster Clown named Stitches, desperately tries and ultimately fails to talk him out of it.
- Every Creepypasta fan's dream come true - Jeff vs Slender Man.
- Jeff vs Jane easily one of the most popular stories on Creepypasta, as it properly introduces Jeff's Spear Counterpart Jane. The actual fight was pretty badass, including Jane (apparently) summoning the spirits (or hallucinations) of Jeff's family to torment him. There's also this badass line.Jeff: You missed my throat.
- In 10 Years ago I survived an airplane crash. What I saw there scarred me for the rest of my life (part 2), (part 3), (part 4) the surviving passengers prove to be surprisingly competent. After finding out that the crash was caused by a bat creature that's currently hunting them, they immediately fortify the wreckage to the best of their abilities. They end up attempting to assault the creature's lair and save their missing friends discovering the pilot along the way. He dies shortly afterword but his recordings state that he and the copilot put up quite a fight and determine that it's weak to fire. Sadly, the attack goes poorly and the protagonist ends up the Sole Survivor of the group, miraculously rescued by a search party. When it seems like the protagonist is going to conclude the story on a depressing note, he reveals that he's preparing to find the creature's lair once more to avenge his fellow passengers.
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