A hacked Pokémon Fire Red Rom, which centers on the protagonist, Fire or Leaf, as they prepare to leave Pallet Town and start a journey to become the League champion. The other characters, however, soon note the hero's remarkable resemblance to one Red, the previous 10-year-old Pokemon champion who went missing in his tragic quest to become the most powerful. The entire region is in a state of mourning, and the player is constantly stigmatized for "stealing" Red's story, solving the conflict of the plot despite the fact Red saved the day first. Your rival, Green, vows to train and stop you from taking this "story" from the missing Red.
Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Bill. At first, he seems to be a sad character when he mentions that Red humored him about his pokemon collection. Throughout the journey, he seems to be the only person to treat Fire/Leaf with any decency. Until Fire/Leaf helps Bill and his Sevii Islands counterpart, Celio. Then he drops this little gem:
Defeat Means Respect: Lt. Surge is the only one that seems to respect Fire while acknowledging that he's different from Red.
Dude, Where's My Respect?: Nobody seems to care about your stopping Team Rocket. After all, Red did it first. In fact, the President of Silph Co., after being rescued, gives you the Master Ball — to deliver to Red, because it's not meant for you.
Screw Destiny: Gary is constantly fighting you in hopes of stopping you from taking over Red's story, although he's always surprised if he actually beats you.
Shaggy Dog Story: After you beat the champion, Green and Oak break the fourth wall, telling the player they don't want to play anymore. Then the game deletes your save file.
Silliness Switch: The option to play as Leaf — the female avatar — was not removed, but NPC's will still say that you look exactly like Red, who is a boy.
Snow Means Death: One of the major changes with the hack is the ubiquity of falling snow whenever the player is outside (though it could also be volcanic ash, similar to Mt. Chimney's in the third gen games). This is likely meant to invoke Mt. Silver, Red's ultimate destination, and the theory that he died training or traveling there.
Stepford Smiler: Professor Oak is seemingly one of few people not bothered by Red's disappearance and treats Fire like any other kid. Unless you check his PC, where you see an email stating, "I'm sorry, we couldn't find him." And that's not getting into when he broke the fourth wall.