First started in 2012, it was cancelled in 2014 by NSbleach00 for personal reasons, but May 11th 2015, NSBleach00 put the story back up with improvements and changes to the story in a few places. Thus Colorless Memories Redux was born.
The story is about Rai, from the PlayStation 2 and PSP Visual Novel Code Geass: Lost Colors, who has lost his memories and one day ends up unconscious at the gates of Ashford Academy and is found by Milly and Lelouch and is taken into the school. Now Rai sets out on his quest to recover his memories while at the same time choose how he will affect the battle for Japan's independence. This story closely follows the events of Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion and Code Geass: Lost Colors with a few twists and turns from the author.
It has a alternative POV fic called Colored Memories that focus's on the POV's of Kaguya Sumeragi, Kallen Kouzuki/Stadfeld and Suzaku Kururugi with the occasional side POV and also some one-off's as well. It is being written by Blackmambauk with edits done by Eliya Shirwood.
It also has a Lore Companion fic called Code Geass Colored Memories Archive that contains supplementary material and content from this fanon wiki.
It has it's own tv tropes page as well that is open for editing and improvements.
The date is June 2017, seven years after the Holy Britannian Empire invaded and conquered Japan which is now known as Area 11. Britannia continues to hold a firm grip over the Japanese popluation, but this is being challenged by the masked terrorist called Zero who now inspires Japan to take their country back. And in the midist of this all is a 17 year old boy called Rai who has lost his memories and has ended up at the gate of Ashford Academy where Milly Ashford and Lelouch Lamperouge find and treat him, allowing Rai to stay at Ashford Acedemy while he attempts to recover his memories to find out his true identity. However nobody would know that Rai's appearance in Japan would have an effect on the conflict between Japan and Britannia that would lead to consquences for both sides and the characters involved.