Originally Posted by Fat Present
@klock, I'll get you your Braviary. I'll edit in in a moment as usual.
Soooo, you'll get yourself a hardhitting mon for a hard team actually, especially ev trained. I'd say ev train your Braviary any way you want (Hp, Attack, SPeed), but keep in mind that in your playthrough, they won't be much help, hehe. Take Saddist the Braviary (the defiant one, on the sandy route in-game). This Braviary is Defiant of all your orders. You order it to use physical attacks, Braviary defies you and uses special attacks instead. As such, Braviary can not use any physical attacks whatsoever (he can learn them, but not use them in battle, think hm's like fly), only them special attacks are good enough for him, especially as it pisses you off. There is one exception to this though, and that is cut. As long as Braviary cannot defy your commands, as long as it has no special attacks, it will resort to using cut instead. However, as soon as you have the possibility to learn it a special attack, it grabs said tm and learns it, which results in you never being able to use a physical attack again. Braviary even defies your sense of logic, and battles tough foes, especially when it is at a typing disadvantage. As such, it wants to solo Clay's Excadrill, Skyla's Skarmory, Marlon's Carracosta, Shauntal's Cofagrigus, Grimsley's Bisharp, Catilin's Musharna and Iris's Aggron, because no well thinking human being would do so, thus Saddist will. (I'd be happy with special attacks actually, especially when hidden power turns out to be ok. All of them have higher physical defense). You may not reset the game when you fail any of these challenges, if the situation arrises that Saddist loses a solo (you may use revives), you have to lose the battle and retreat in shame. (to the nearest pokecenter)
Saddist also has other saddistic qualities, namely stealing the 10 most expensive pokeballs OR the 5 most expensive items from your bag and molesting them (whichever costs the most), whenever its health gets into red, or he faints. Because obviously, when you let him get severely hurt, it will turn on you as you are a bad trainer. Whenever you switch Saddist out, or do not use him in 5 consecutive trainer battles, it will think you hate him and the above will happen too.