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{{Move Infobox
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|japanese=めざめるパワー
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{{Move Infobox/battle data
''Awakening Power''
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|image = Hidden Power VI.png
|generation=II|
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|image2= Hidden Power VI-2.png
type=Normal|
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|japanese=めざめるパワー ''Awakening Power''
category=Special|
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|generation=II
power=Varies|
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|type=Normal
accuracy=100%|
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|category=Special
pp=15|
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|power=Varies
affects=Selected Target|
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|accuracy=100%
contact=0|
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|pp=15 <sup>(Max. 24)</sup>
magiccoat=0|
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|affects=Selected target
brightpowder=1|
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|contact=0
detect=1|
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|magiccoat=0
snatch=0|
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|brightpowder=1
kingsrock=1|
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|detect=1
contesttype=Smart|
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|snatch=0
appeal=3|
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|kingsrock=1}}
jam=0|
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{{Move Infobox/contest data 3
appeal2=1}}
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|contesttype=Smart
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|appeal=3
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|jam=0
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|contesttype2=Smart
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|appeal2=1
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|contesttype3=Smart
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|appeal3=3
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|jam3=0}}
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{{Move Infobox/end}}
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'''Hidden Power''' is a {{type|Normal}}-[[Types|type]] [[Move#Special|special move]] introduced in [[Generation II]]. It has been [[TM10]] since Generation II.
   
'''Hidden Power''' (めざめるパワー ''Awakening Power'') is a {{type|Normal}}-type attack introduced in [[Generation II]]. Hidden Power's type and power varies. [[Unown]] always know '''Hidden Power'''. All Pokémon (except Magikarp) can learn this move through TM.
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==Effects==
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===In battle===
== Effects ==
 
 
Hidden Power always varies from Pokémon to Pokémon and may or may not give the Pokémon [[STAB]]. There are certain protocols that determine the type, effect, and damage.
 
Hidden Power always varies from Pokémon to Pokémon and may or may not give the Pokémon [[STAB]]. There are certain protocols that determine the type, effect, and damage.
   
It can be easy to find the type of the Hidden Power when battling a Kecleon.
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It can be easy to find the type of the Hidden Power when battling a [[Kecleon]].
   
 
The formula used to determine the type number is:
 
The formula used to determine the type number is:
   
<math>\frac{5a+10b+20c+40d+160e+80f}{21}</math>
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<math>HP_{type}=\frac{5a+10b+20c+40d+160e+80f}{21}</math>
 
*a depends on the HP IV.
 
*a depends on the HP IV.
 
*b and c depend on the Attack and Defense IV's respectively.
 
*b and c depend on the Attack and Defense IV's respectively.
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The formula used to determine the power is:
 
The formula used to determine the power is:
   
<math>\frac{40u+80v+160w+320x+640y+1,280z}{63}+30</math>
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<math>HP_{power}=\frac{40u+80v+160w+320x+640y+1,280z}{63}+30</math>
   
 
The variables u through z (the "damage bits") represent the second to last bit of each IV. If a variable has a remainder of 2 or 3 when divided by 4, this bit is 1. Otherwise, the bit is zero.
 
The variables u through z (the "damage bits") represent the second to last bit of each IV. If a variable has a remainder of 2 or 3 when divided by 4, this bit is 1. Otherwise, the bit is zero.
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==== TM10 ====
 
==== TM10 ====
All (Except for Magikarp, who can't learn any TMs)
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All, save for [[Caterpie]], [[Metapod]], [[Weedle]], [[Kakuna]], [[Magikarp]], [[Ditto]], and [[Wobbuffet]] can learn Hidden Power in [[Generation 2]].
   
 
=== Generation III ===
 
=== Generation III ===
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==== TM10 ====
 
==== TM10 ====
All (Except for Magikarp, who can't learn any TMs)
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All, save for [[Caterpie]], [[Metapod]], [[Weedle]], [[Kakuna]], [[Ditto]], [[Magikarp]], [[Wobbuffet]], [[Wurmple]], [[Silcoon]], [[Cascoon]], and [[Wynaut]] can learn Hidden Power in [[Generation 3]].
 
 
=== Generation IV ===
 
=== Generation IV ===
 
==== Level-Up ====
 
==== Level-Up ====
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==== TM10 ====
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====TM10====
All (Except for Magikarp, who can't learn any TMs)
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All, save for [[Caterpie]], [[Metapod]], [[Weedle]], [[Kakuna]], [[Magikarp]], [[Ditto]], [[Wobbuffet]], [[Wurmple]], [[Silcoon]], [[Cascoon]], [[Wynaut]], [[Kricketot]], and [[Combee]] can learn Hidden Power in [[Generation IV]].
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*Prior to [[Generation IV]], it was the only move that could be Physical and Special.
 
*Prior to [[Generation IV]], it was the only move that could be Physical and Special.
 
*The man to the left of the arena in southern Driftveil City can teach your Pokémon Hidden Power.
 
*The man to the left of the arena in southern Driftveil City can teach your Pokémon Hidden Power.
[[File:Alakazam Hidden Power.png|thumb|left|Alakazam's Hidden power]]
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[[Category:Normal-type moves]]
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==Gallery==
[[Category:Moves]]
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{{MoveImageBox
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|content=games
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|file1=Hidden Power.png
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|caption1=Generation IV{{!}}Rayquaza
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|file2=Hidden Power Move Game.png
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|caption2=Generation V{{!}}Serperior}}
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{{MoveImageBox
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|content=anime
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|file1=Gary Umbreon Hidden Power.png
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|caption1=Gary's Umbreon
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|file2=Norman Slakoth Hidden Power.png
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|caption2=Norman's Slakoth
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|file3=Dawn Mamoswine Hidden Power.png
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|caption3=Dawn's Mamoswine
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|file4=Serena Braixen Hidden Power.png
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|caption4=Serena's Braixen}}
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{{Generation II TMs and HMs}}
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{{Generation III TMs and HMs}}
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{{Generation IV TMs and HMs}}
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{{Generation V TMs and HMs}}
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{{Generation VI TMs and HMs}}
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[[Category:Moves with a Base Power of 60]]
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[[Category:Single target moves]]
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[[Category:Generation II TMs]]
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[[Category:Generation III TMs]]
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[[Category:Generation IV TMs]]
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[[Category:Generation V TMs]]
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[[Category:Generation VI TMs]]

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Hidden Power
Hidden Power VI
Hidden Power VI-2
(めざめるパワー Awakening Power)
Generation: II
Battle Data
Type: Type Normal
Category Type Special
Power: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15 (Max. 24)
Affects: Selected target
Secondary Effect: None
Priority: 0
Contact: No
Affected by
Magic Coat: No
BrightPowder: Yes
Detect/Protect: Yes
Snatch: No
King's Rock: Yes
Contest Data
Contests (RSE)
Type: Type Smart
Appeal: 3 ♥♥♥
Jam: 0
Super Contests (DPPt)
Type: Type Smart
Appeal: 1
Contest Spectaculars (ORAS)
Type: Type Smart
Appeal: 3 ♥♥♥
Jam: 0

Hidden Power is a Normal-type special move introduced in Generation II. It has been TM10 since Generation II.

EffectsEdit

In battleEdit

Hidden Power always varies from Pokémon to Pokémon and may or may not give the Pokémon STAB. There are certain protocols that determine the type, effect, and damage.

It can be easy to find the type of the Hidden Power when battling a Kecleon.

The formula used to determine the type number is:

HP_{type}=\frac{5a+10b+20c+40d+160e+80f}{21}

  • a depends on the HP IV.
  • b and c depend on the Attack and Defense IV's respectively.
  • d depends on the Speed IV.
  • e and f depend on the Special Attack and Special Defense IV's respectively

The formula used to determine the power is:

HP_{power}=\frac{40u+80v+160w+320x+640y+1,280z}{63}+30

The variables u through z (the "damage bits") represent the second to last bit of each IV. If a variable has a remainder of 2 or 3 when divided by 4, this bit is 1. Otherwise, the bit is zero.

  • u depends on the HP stat.
  • v and w depend on the Attack and Defense stats respectively.
  • x depends on the Speed stat.
  • y and z depend on the Special Attack and Special Defense stats respectively.

Pokémon Edit

Generation II Edit

Level-Up Edit

# Pokémon Type Level
#201 Unown Psychic --

TM10 Edit

All, save for Caterpie, Metapod, Weedle, Kakuna, Magikarp, Ditto, and Wobbuffet can learn Hidden Power in Generation 2.

Generation III Edit

Level-Up Edit

# Pokémon Type Level
#201 Unown Psychic --
#307 Meditite Fighting/Psychic 18 RSE
#307 Meditite Fighting/Psychic 17 FRLG
#308 Medicham Fighting/Psychic 18 RSE
#308 Medicham Fighting/Psychic 17 FRLG

TM10 Edit

All, save for Caterpie, Metapod, Weedle, Kakuna, Ditto, Magikarp, Wobbuffet, Wurmple, Silcoon, Cascoon, and Wynaut can learn Hidden Power in Generation 3.

Generation IV Edit

Level-Up Edit

# Pokémon Type Level
#199 Slowking Water/Psychic --
#201 Unown Psychic --
#307 Meditite Fighting/Psychic 15
#308 Medicham Fighting/Psychic 15
#413 Wormadam
Plant Cloak
Bug/Grass 20
#413 Wormadam
Sandy Cloak
Bug/Ground 20
#413 Wormadam
Trash Cloak
Bug/Steel 20
#414 Mothim Bug/Flying 20
#422 Shellos
West Sea
Water 16
#422 Shellos
East Sea
Water 16
#423 Gastrodon
West Sea
Water/Ground 16
#423 Gastrodon
East Sea
Water/Ground 16

TM10Edit

All, save for Caterpie, Metapod, Weedle, Kakuna, Magikarp, Ditto, Wobbuffet, Wurmple, Silcoon, Cascoon, Wynaut, Kricketot, and Combee can learn Hidden Power in Generation IV.

TriviaEdit

  • Prior to Generation IV, it was the only move that could be Physical and Special.
  • The man to the left of the arena in southern Driftveil City can teach your Pokémon Hidden Power.

GalleryEdit

Moves in the games
Hidden Power
Rayquaza using Hidden Power
Hidden Power Move Game
Serperior using Hidden Power
Moves in the anime
Gary Umbreon Hidden Power
Gary's Umbreon using Hidden Power
Norman Slakoth Hidden Power
Norman's Slakoth using Hidden Power
Dawn Mamoswine Hidden Power
Dawn's Mamoswine using Hidden Power
Serena Braixen Hidden Power
Serena's Braixen using Hidden Power


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