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|Games||Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia|
In the games
She befriends Keith and the player character after enrolling in the Ranger School to become an Operator. Professor Hastings mistakenly called her Misery during her one-day internship at the Ranger Union. After her graduation, she is initially stationed at Fiore to train as an Operator, but is later seen again at the Ranger Union headquarters as a Top Operator.
She apparently admires Sven greatly and cherishes the souvenir he gave her from the Haruba Desert which is revealed to be a yellow shard from the Yellow Gem. This has often lead to squabbles with fellow Operator Linda, who received a similar souvenir but hers was from the Red Gem.
Rhythmi is also the Operator who contacts the player, after they become a Top Ranger, to provide software upgrades, known as Power-Up Data, for the Capture Styler each time a quest is completed. She has one quest for the player in which she asks them to capture a Roserade so she can prove to Linda which of Roserade's arms has which color flowers. However, this quest was not one of her frequent arguments with Linda, but a ruse in order to keep the player away from the Union long enough to set up a surprise party for them.
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In the manga
In the Darkrai Mission Story: Pokémon Ranger Vatonage - the Comic manga
Rhythmi appears in a cameo in Darkrai Mission Story: Pokémon Ranger Vatonage - the Comic. Erma mentions her name when she recalls certain people like Keith and Isaac who were once Kate and Kellyn's classmates at Ranger School.
|English||Rhythmi||Same as Japanese name|
|French||Ritmi||Similar to Japanese name|
|German||Rhythmia||Similar to Japanese name|
|Spanish||Ritmi||Similar to Japanese name|
|Non-player characters in the Pokémon Ranger series|
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