After gaining Eevee, Red was sent to the Celadon Department Store so the community could buy a stone for it. Most of the people playing wanted to get a Water Stone, as the team would eventually need a Pokémon that could Surf and they were worried about what could happen if they had to resort to the PC. Others wanted a Thunder Stone because a Jolteon would be useful in battle. What did they end up with? Four Pokedolls and one Fire Stone.
The creator changed the anarchic system for a voting, democratic system. It made everything worse◊. People suddenly united against it◊ by repeatedly pressing "start9". Soon after they overthrown the voting system, they continued to fight because of the PC.
Giovanni's reaction after Red spends over 24 hours wandering in mindless circles in his basement before finally (after two more hours of struggling with the elevator) reaching his office? "I'm impressed you got here!" We were too, Giovanni. We were too.
An attempt at the Safari Zone resulted in (after much walking into a signpost and a tree stump) an eventual encounter with a Kangaskhan, who rarely appears there... which led to, after spamming the "BAIT" option, Red throwing 5 Safari Balls with all 5 missing the Pokémon (quoth one commenter: "HOW DO YOU MISS SOMETHING THAT BIG"), followed by it running away. Then Digrat immediately used DIG to escape.
During a battle in the Silph Co. building, Bird Jesus faced off against an Electrode and kept using sand attack on it. The Electrode used self-destruct, killed itself, and missed Bird Jesus entirely.
What's the last thing Red does before Giovanni defeats him at Silph? Play the Poke Flute. "Now that's a catchy tune!"
When reaching the Saffron Gym, a Psychic read Red's mind. Bad decision.
The return of THE LEDGE as the mob tried to reach Zapdos.
If you enjoy schadenfreude, the events of Bloody Sunday might have left you gasping for air between your laughs — although you probably couldn't get any Air because he was deposited first, followed immediately by Bird Jesus, igniting the mad scramble that lasted for nine solid hours. The real show was the furious tug-of-war over the controls between the two factions of viewership. Neither side seemed completely prepared to deal with the challenges, and with the Anarchy-Democracy meter swinging to extremes at speeds never seen before, there would be periods where a lot of nothing happened very slowly, just to be broken by a sudden flurry of activity that released multiple Pokémon. It's almost enough to make one forget the despair of losing several beloved Pokémon. Almost.
After a long struggle in Pallet Town, the mob finally managed to use surf. They made a beeline downwards to Cinnabar... and ended up swimming straight into a floating pier, jumping back on land again.
Red was marooned on an island with two fishermen for company, causing the mob to cry "WILSON!". They also nicknamed it "Fat Guy Island" or, occasionally, "Two Guys One Island."
When the group found a roomful of PCs at Cinnabar, this happened.
It took three tries, but Red finally fought his way to the Gym key in the basement of the mansion on Cinnabar. And then he blacked out, one step away from success.◊
As Mr_OF_COURSE remarked on the multiple attempts needed to enter Viridian Gym:
at this rate we are going to be able to pick up the giovanni fossil
While trying to enter the final Gym, he heads to a tree instead.
"RED found a POTION!"
After handily winning the first 2 battles inside Viridian Gym, Red randomly decided to just walk out of Viridian Gym (when it had taken hours just to get inside) and hopped over the ledge again, as if his appetite for ledges hadn't been satiated just yet.
After Giovanni was defeated at Viridian Gym, he said this.◊
After defeating Giovanni, trying to get out of his GYM resulted in Red (literally) spinning in circles, walking towards the exit. At the same time. It looked like he was dancing his way out.
The sixth battle with Blue was just a trainwreck... for him.
He sent out Blastoise against Zapdos. It went as well as you'd expect.
During that same battle, he used a regular Potion in a battle between what could be reasonably called end-game teams. The Pokémon he used it on died immediately after.
He constantly has Exeggcute fire Solarbeam at Pidgeot. Not only does this do next to nothing since Pidgeot is several levels higher and resists it, but he later Mirror Moves it and Critically-hits Exeggcute with it, KOing it instantly.
Tensuke: It was crazy. One of the first couple attempts, we were doing it, there were even some ups on the way so he had to go up once he cleared the fence, right? Nope, IMMEDIATELY jumps off the ledge after passing it. Almost as if to say, "You can control me, but you can't control me!" I think my favorite part is right after he gets to the ledge and moves once, he looks down, like he's looking down a cliff and then scurries across trying not to fall off. Then just say fuck it.
Someone in chat about Red viewing the Old Man's "How To Catch A Pokémon" tutorial multiple times:
"At this rate, we're going to exterminate the Weedle population."
Someone pressed B just as Helix was evolving. This caused the entire chat to flip the fuck out.
Lance's Dragonite (his final Pokémon) kept spamming Barrier and Agility against Venomoth (Red's final Pokémon during the battle with Lance) because the AI decided Barrier and Agility, being Psychic, were strong against its Poison typing. Despite the fact that Barrier and Agility do no damage. After many turns of the Dragonite's Hit Points being whittled away by poison, said Level 36 Venomoth goes on to win the battle, leveling up to Level 37 in the process. Not a single Ice-type move was even used by Red's Pokémon during the battle.
One Elite Four run loses momentum pretty quickly, and it looks like Red is going to lose to Bruno, who is considered to be the weakest of the Elite Four and has not been lost to in every run. AA-j the Zapdos then commences a sweeping rampage (despite two Pokemon being Rock-type) and survives with 5 HP left just so Bruno doesn't tarnish that record.
During a battle against Lorelei, Red actually threw an Ultra Ball in an attempt to capture Lorelei's Slowbro, failing miserably as Lorelei deflected the rogue item.
After a grueling ordeal to invoke democracy in order to switch Zapdos into the front slot (thus allowing it to beat the tar of Lorelei effortlessly), the mob agreed to go back to anarchy. Once in battle, Zapdos smote the first four of Lorelei's mons... and then was switched out for AAAAAAAAAAA (Nidoking, a Poison and Ground type) against Lapras. A Total Party Kill happened shortly thereafter.
At first the democrats were blamed for the Total Party Kill but it was quickly turned around when the democrats called out the Anarchist on their utter incompetence of having Zapdos steam roll through Lorelei. As one commenter put it. "You guys had one job. Typing A. Simple as that, yet somehow you guys still screwed that up!"
The mob had another good run, Zapdos easily defeated the majority of Lorelei's Pokemon until all that remained was Lapras. Victory was in sight. Only problem is Zapdos got hit with a Blizzard and got frozen, resulting in its death.
One user's response to Red's numerous attempts to talk to Agatha (which resulted in him walking around her room for a good five minutes before he actually reached her).
Commentor: "Maybe Agatha will die of old age."
Bird Jesus is mad! His Rage beats Bruno!
During one battle with Agatha, she kept switching between her Haunter and Arbok, without letting either of them attack. As one commentator put it: "I think we broke Agatha."
AA-J is Level 81 upon beating Blue. The same level Red's Pikachu has in original Johto games. All the implications...
Professor Oak: "I came when I heard you beat the Elite Four!"
After the savefile went out into the public, people transferred the Pokemon over to Gen 2... and found out that AIIIIIIRRR, the Fresh Prince, is actually a princess.
This video, which gives us a look what probably happened after the Pokemon League was defeated and the mob left Red in peace.
While the mob waits for the next adventure to begin, they can play a version of Mario with red, a bunch of pokéballs for blocks, and tiny blobs for enemies.