That might be why I thought of it actually, I was reading through the List recently (brought on by the latest chapter of it playing out on the Board).
Not sure how the not being able to forget things would work with neuralyzers (depending on if it's a case of she can't voluntarily forget things, or if she simply cannot loose access to the information once it's in her brain), but the best of luck to any Agent that wants to try.
'Why hello there Mr Kincaid. Fancy meeting you here! Um... y'know what? We can come back another time. Sorry for troubling you.'
I haven't actually gone looking for any DF badfic yet, although I'm sure it's there, as just about everything else I've been curious about has had some. I would imagine that there are a fair few Sues out there that turn up as the apprentice of one Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden, or his lover/rival, and I can think of a few slash pairings that'll probably turn up quite a bit.
She can't forget anything, so yeah. Poor dear. I even put it on the Things-I-must-not-do list! Plus, in Dresden Files you have the Outsiders, and the Skinwalker, and Shagnasty... Actually, now I want ... more
Yeah, Ivy's smart enough to be leave the PPCers alone, or even offer some kind of subtle assistance if she can. And now I'm gonna go looking through the Pit archives for DF badfic, just to write that ... more
Bear in mind that anything a canon entity learned about the PPC wouldn't be canon, so unless there's a really compelling reason otherwise (such as the character being a god or it just being extremely ... more
She, or rather the Archive (which is her... it's complicated) is supposed to be the living repository of all human knowledge. She can remember all the lives of all the previous Archives, so yeah.... more
Aslan, from the Chronicles of Narnia, has displayed full awareness of the PPC (Being omniscient, etc). It can be completely in-canon for the canon character to have knowledge about the PPC, so long... more