"Braviary is extremely aggressive, but for noble reasons. It will fight fiercely to help and protect its friends. Even if injured, it will still fight. The more scars it has, the more respect it gets from its peers. It has earned the nickname "soldier of the sky" due to its extreme dedication for its friends. Aiding its valiance, Braviary is extremely strong, capable of lifting a car and flying with it." -Bulbapedia
Before the Epidemic, he was a prideful character with overwhelming charisma and was a hardworking leader. Ruffles adored his trainer to no end, but with the death of his trainer that pulled an impact on him to hide away in a child-like behavior in order to cope.
A very contradicting character. He speaks oddly in third person, especially when referring to himself. Occasionally, he'll slip and speak in first person which normally occurs when there's a serious situation going on. He can be very stubborn at times, and likes to be treated the way he treats others. Though he has a childish demeanor with a need for play and attention sometimes clinging onto certain individuals or a group. He seems to have lost his sense of reality, often seeing things that are not present. He has a bad habit of picking at his feathers when anxious.
Braviary has a long, thick beak with a blue cere. On either side of the cere are Braviary's eyes, which are black with small white pupils. Sprouting from above the eyes are three large, white feathers. At the base of the feathers is a red, three-pointed design that is spread across all three feathers. On each side of Braviary's face, sprouting out from behind the feathers on its forehead, are an additional three white feathers pointing horizontally and downward. Behind the three feathers on its head is a large plume of white feathers, extending most of the way down its neck. These features combined resemble a Native American war bonnet." -Bulbapedia
A shiny Braviary that's heavily infected; blotches of purple cover his wings along with lots of dry blood with some bald spots here and there from picking at his feathers. He seems to be larger than the average Amurrican bird.
UPON CLOSER INSPECTION:...
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