- Makes-Things, on whom a bridge had been dropped, was given a proper death scene a while later. This included the following awesome badass bit. Shortly before his death, he'd been busy Duplicating TARDISes for Agents' use when the mother of all macroviruses attacked. He turned the Duplicator into a Transmogrifier, forced the giant thing into a box a fraction of its size, turned the monster into a cockroach, and stomped the fucking thing. Unfortunately, it turned into a Dying Moment of Awesome (maybe; it is not known if he came Back from the Dead or was Not Quite Dead) when he failed to notice the second, equally huge macrovirus right behind him.
- In this corner, you have Twp'atwt, who has just been systematically murdering the DIS's prisoners. In this corner, you have Agent Blue Photon, who's been in the dungeon for months. Guess which one inflicts an Eye Scream on the other. Hint: It's not Twp. Seven years later, they fight again, and it's even more of a Curb-Stomp Battle when Twp loses his other eye and the text implies that he is tortured to death.
- In one mission, Agents Suicide and Ithalond took on a Potterverse Mary Sue who had appropriated the powers of Sekhmet The Destroyer along with some from Imhotep. They took her on knowing she would whoop their asses, but then Sekhmet herself lent a hand. Exit Sue.
- The Department of Geographical Abberations once ran into a Sue in a The Lord of the Rings fanfic who had the ability to merge with things and creatures. When they cornered her, she panicked and merged with the entire planet of Arda. What did the PPC do? Why, call in every agent in HQ, and perform a simultaneous planetwide exorcism. After a record-breaking charge list, Dafydd then fed her to Mini-Balrogs.
- Speaking of Dafydd, he ended his career by taking on two Legendary Badfics (the So Bad, It's Good "legolas by laura" and the horrifying squick-fest "Celebrian") in a row. After he completely flips out with a confiscated Suevian Artifact of Doom at the latter, accidentally killing himself in the process, his girlfriend Constance Simms gets her own awesome points for marching into the Halls of Mandos and chewing out Mandos himself until he brings him back to life.
- Agents Kirill and Zug managing to overcome the influence of a Wraith that was amplifying their resentment of each other and driving them to try to kill each other, with the power of love.
- "Mission Six: Snapback". They killed "Cupcakes."
- This one counts not just because they took down a horribly-written Grim Dark fic in a seriously impressive way (that's par for the course with the PPC), but because the canon itself was fighting back. Because My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic is very recent, very popular, very well-written, and has a lot of positive emotions tied up in it, the continuum almost killed the fic by itself. Not too bad for a show about ponies. And the mission's extra-long dénouement is a Heartwarming Moment as the canon characters' true equinalities resurface.
- Valon Vance lives the dream of every Mary-Sue Hunter ever: He killed Bella Swan. A fake, granted, but still.
- The method used may also qualify. Using his knowledge of the Inheritance Cycle, he leaves Bella (and the other Suvians) on Vroengard, right before Thuviel's Heroic Sacrifice. The best part? They didn't even know they were doomed; Valon simply offered to give them a hands-on lesson on Dragon Rider history.
- Lapis Lazuli in general. To wit, she's a former Pokémon Sue, who not only gained enough self-awareness to escape her homefic just before it got shut down by its own author, but went on to become one of the youngest agents to join the Department of Implausible Crossovers, at the then-age of twelve. The reason? Her closest friend had been killed on Duty a year earlier, and rather than lie down and cry over his loss, she took up his cause and rallied to start killing badfic herself, so that nobody else she held dear would ever have to lose their lives at its figurative hands ever again. And then there's her history as an actual agent - starting off feeling awfully unprepared, she goes on to help her partners fight an army of Suvian soldiers, a kaiju-sized replacement of Sonic the Hedgehog, and a God-Mode Stu within less than two months. In the case of the last one, she gets her right hand bitten off, and ends up (accidentally) killing said Stu anyway! All to keep her somewhat less rational partners from getting themselves maimed. Finally, she and her idiotic drunkard of a partner, Cupid Carmine, get dragged into a mission by Chakkik and his partner, which ends with Chakkik, whom Lapis had earlier bonded with thanks to a few rounds of poker, nearly getting killed by another more villainous God-Mode Stu. What does Lapis do? She gets Cupid to bait the uncanonical son of Captain Jack Sparrow who was in the process of romancing Ariel's daughter Melody, onto the ship said Stu was on, while she herself manages to convince Davy Jones to RELEASE THE KRAKEN upon the ship. Needless to say, both Suvians, and all the mooks the evil Stu was going to use to murder everybody, are completely obliterated, leaving no trace behind.
- The moral of the story? Those who mess with people Lapis cares about do so at their own peril.
Awesome / Protectors of the Plot Continuum