Fan of the Past: Very often completely justified in the Eldraeverse, where the odds are pretty decent that the chap saying “Man, this is just like crossing the Alps Makerforges with a thousand elephants” was there. With a shovel.
Time Abyss: The members of the assorted naturally or artificially immortal species of the modern day still haven’t been around long enough for this – although the Empire contains plenty of people who are older than all Earth’s modern nations, and at least a few who are older than human civilization period. With time, they’ll get there.
A few Living Relics dug out of the archives play it straight, but generally lack continuity.
Society of Immortals: Indeed, the eldrae and the galari (among others) being natural immortals, and desiring very much to extend the privilege to everyone else, too.
Scale of Scientific Sins: All of them. Absolutely all of them.
Automation: Of just about everything, as exemplified by the sheer number of cornucopia machines, AI managers and scurrying utility spiders. Unlike most of the people who got this one very badly wrong, however, in this Galaxy, almost no-one is stupid or malicious enough to make the automation sophont or volitional.
GE and Transhumanism: Transsophontism Is Compulsory; those who fall behind, get left behind. Or so say all we – carefully engineered – impossibly beautiful genius-level nanocyborg demigods. (Needless to say, Cybernetics Do Not Eat Your Soul.)
Immortality: Possibly cheating, since the basic immortality of the eldrae and galari is innate – well, now it is, anyway – rather than engineered. Probably played straight with their idealistic crusade to bring the benefits of Avoiding That Stupid Habit You Have Of Dying to the rest of the Galaxy, though.
Creating Life: Digital sapience, neogens (creatures genetically engineered from scratch, rather than modified from an original), and heck, even arguably uplifts, too.
Cheating Death: The routine use of vector stacks and reinstantiation is exactly this. Previously, cryostasis, and the entire vaults full of generations of frozen people awaiting reinstantiation such that death would bloody well be not proud. And no, people don’t Come Back Wrong; they come back pretty much exactly the same way they left.
Usurping God: This one is a little debatable, inasmuch as the Eldraeverse does not include supernatural deities in the first place. On the other hand, if building your own complete pantheon of machine gods out of a seed AI and your own collective consciousness doesn’t count towards this, what the heck does?
Resurrection Sickness: For the most part averted; being reinstantiated from a pre-mortem backup (or the use of a bug-out transmitter before actually becoming dead) leaves you with no memories of dying, since that never happened in your continuous timeline, and so it’s not there in your incrementing memory string to cause your PTSD, flashbacks, etc.
It’s even often averted in cases of actual post-mortem reinstantiations, whether from backup or from a read dead brain, because it’s possible to edit these things, and while remembering your death is occasionally useful (say, for the military purpose of remembering not to do whatever dumb thing you just did again), it’s more usually not the case, and why suffer through the consequences if you don’t have to?
No Immortal Inertia: Averted. Biology does not work that way. If you stop taking – or somehow take away – the immortagens that made your cells all youthful, well, your cells are still youthful. You’ve got a full natural lifespan to go find some more.