Level 51, take a Roggenrola called Embrazen.
Embrazen is bored of being compared to Geodude and friends, and also hates how it's become the standard cave pokemon that everyone hates.
So it wants to prove it's special. It wants to prove that even as a Roggenrola, cursed by Arceus as to have no arms, that it can still cause a lot of damage.
Embrazen has to only use body-smashing moves. This means tackle, take-down, etc. mainly because it doesn't have hands and it's feet are too weak to do anything.
You must lead with Embrazen against every water pokemon, and whenever you surf, you must throw out items worth at least P5000. Embrazen must solo every water pokemon and trainer you encounter who's first pokemon is water type.
Whenever Embrazen is sent out, you must flip a coin. If it's heads, you have 3 turns in which to faint the opponent's pokemon (this applies to each pokemon in a trainer battle, so flip the coin again for each pokemon). If you fail to faint the opponent's pokemon within 3 turns, you must use 4 TM's on your other pokemon (4 total, not 4 each) to make them learn new moves. If the coin flips gives tails, then you have to survive for at least 5 turns without using any healing items. If you faint before that, then you must put one of your party pokemon in the box. You may take it out after 3 hours of game time has passed, and you may not use anything to replace it in the meantime.
Embrazen may never be healed at a PC until all of its PP is depleted.
Embrazen has to solo one E4 member, and one Gym Leader of your choice.
Just A1 for short. Apparenlty people can't spell Treadshot.
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Note: Yes, it is spelt wrong. Deliberately. Shut up, you're not the first to notice.