Yes. Yes so much. It could still be shown as a Normal move with no defined Base Power when looking at the TM that teaches the move, but when it's on a Pokemon's movelist, you should be able to see the base power and the type just like any other move. --- Official badass Admin of Team Miror Infinity. I ride a Shadow Scolipede. Top that. I dare you.
At least after you get somebody to tell you what it is in-game. I hate using Hidden Power because it shows up as normal's color on the battle menu. --- http://i.imgur.com/NaW3frK.gif | Pokemon White: http://i.imgur.com/BlxTP3R.png | http://i.imgur.com/nkIs6q9.png
Absolutely, and that power should be 70 for everyone. Having the power vary for everyone is just dumb.
Unless you're somehow using a special attacker with Technician, then 59 or 60 is reccomended. --- Badge Case [Time Badge] StrifeHart is my OTP. services performed at BSC: 2 Riley's Boyfriend on the Pokemon BW2 & X boards. W2 FC: 3783 7001 3142