Yes and no. She is in this "play through" of the game. To some extend I want to make an actual Warmallet lore, while also keeping the characters storylines close to their original stories. I intent to explain this in more detail later, but in short, Hero Characters like the Scarlet Avenger (Red) the Blue Wizard (Melvin) are roles any player can play as, but they either have to restart their game from the start to do so or, thanks to certain plot devices, transform their current character into the Hero in question. So, in this one storyline where Red is the Scarlet Avenger, she didn't start as such... nor choice to make the character change either.
The ironic part is that nobody say anything negative (quite the contrary in fact), but after CD ask me for the canon size of Red so he could draw her himself, we got a "funny" discussion where I said "I assume is a D", just forto come and assure me that she was clearly an E, maybe an F. Then he gave me the approximate measures for each girls, which were getting closer to H and G, and that's when I realize something had to be done. So yeah, you all can thanks Robert ( ) for allowing the MC to have more modest measurements for the women cast!
It would be over by now. After a day or two of everyone in the School mocking our protagonist for being a "sissy" (BTW, the original, as most old Milda7 comics was translated with a very broken english, so bare with me), the Doctor seems to either ignore or misunderstand the fears of the main character, and just give her more drugs to make him/her even more feminine and submissive to other people. Worst yet, the bully founds about the doctor, and "trick" her into helping him become our hero's boyfriend, but actually just use the drugs to... no other way to put this, rape her while mocking her, and then leave her half naked in the backyard of the school while promising to do it again later, making her his new play thing. The history implies that the Bluepill have mess so much with her mind that she doesn't mind by the end, but still, the sex scene before that is still very rouge (more than usual Milda works, where the sex scenes usually come when is more "consensual" to some extend), and the Bully is a flat out monster in that version, but a more realistic one, instead of the "super villains" of other Milda stories. I think the biggest issue is that, between the "fantasy", this one story is realistic enough to be uncomfortable with it's dark, original ending.
This is already a lot less evil than the original. You couldn't even use the word wholesome before to be honest. I don't see any evil twist coming, even the worst character in the original (the bully) has been retconed to be Far less evil now.