Groudon@Leftovers Impish 252 HP/4 Atk/252 Def Earthquake Stone Edge Dragon Tail Stealth Rock Groudon is my lead, as he his for every Ubers Sun team. He gives me immediate Stealth Rocks, as well as a strong early offence. Earthquake and Stone Edge are obvious, providing power and coverage. I chose Dragon Tail to give me an extra defence against set-up sweepers, while Stealth Rock helps weaken things for my offensive core. Rayquaza@Life Orb Adamant 104 HP/252 Atk/152 Speed Dragon Dance Outrage Earthquake Extremespeed Rayquaza is a useful addition to any offensive team, providing a huge amount of raw power. He is particularly useful on this team, as he is my only Pokemon that can boost its stats. With all the Fire-types on the team, I didn't think Steels would be a huge problem, so Extremespeed>Overheat. Forretress@Shed Shell Relaxed 252 HP/112 Atk/144 Def Rapid Spin Payback Spikes Explosion This team is massively weak to Stealth Rock, so a good spinner is a must. Forretress does that job admirable, and is also pretty good against physical hits. Payback gives me a strong attack against Ghosts, Spikes gives me further hazard support, and Explosion, though weakened, can still often eliminate a dangerous offensive threat. Arceus@Meadow Plate Timid 252 HP/80 SpAtk/176 Speed Calm Mind Recover Ice Beam Judgement Kyogre is a huge threat to any Sun team. Grass Arceus is a very good counter, and can also check many dangerous Dragons, due to its speed and power. I prefer Judgement to Grass Knot due to consistency. Ho-oh@Life Orb Adamant 84 HP/252 Atk/172 Speed Tailwind Sacred Fire Brave Bird Earthquake Ho-oh is the first of my sun abusers. Sacred Fire is absolutely devastating when combined with Groudon's Drought, while Brave Bird and Earthquake round out my coverage. Tailwind is more consistent than Nitro Charge, but it does force me to use the inferior Pressure. Reshiram@Choice Specs Timid 4 HP/252 SpAtk/252 Speed Blue Flame Draco Meteor Dragon Pulse Flamethrower The star of the show. He has four moves, but with Choice Specs, he really only needs one. No matter what the opponent, Blue Fire will destroy His only real weakness is his speed, and Ho-oh's Tailwind can remedy that. This monster is one of the greatest things to come out of B/W, and this set illustrates that point perfectly. In fact, he is the main reason I am making this team.