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== Relationships ==
 
== Relationships ==
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In the [[Sailor Moon (first season)|first season]] of the anime, Ami and [[Ryo Urawa]] developed feelings for each other, but Ami denied them at first, saying she had no time for a boyfriend. The two eventually went out on a date, but Ryo left [[Tokyo]] soon after, and though he appeared in [[The Sailor Senshi Die! The Tragic Final Battle|the penultimate episode]] of the first season as a non-speaking illusion, he was never mentioned in the series again. In the [[Sailor Moon Games|video game]] ''[[Sailor Moon: Another Story]]'', he returned for the holidays, but was attacked by [[Youma]]. He gave Ami a prophecy he learned in a vision, then disappeared shortly after and was not seen again.
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In the [[Sailor Moon (first season)|first season]] of the anime, Ami and [[Ryo Urawa]] developed feelings for each other, but Ami denied them at first, saying she had no time for a boyfriend. The two eventually went out on a date, but Ryo left [[Tokyo]] soon after, and though he appeared in the [[The Sailor Senshi Die! The Tragic Final Battle|penultimate episode]] of the first season as a non-speaking illusion, he was never mentioned in the series again. In the [[Sailor Moon Games|video game]] ''[[Sailor Moon: Another Story]]'', he returned for the holidays, but was attacked by [[Youma]]. He gave Ami a prophecy he learned in a vision, then disappeared shortly after and was not seen again.
  
 
In [[Sailor Moon Sailor Stars]], Ami initially seemed to be attracted to [[Three Lights]] keyboard player [[Kou Taiki]], who was also very intelligent and a studious type like herself. However, Ami's idealism and her faith in Sailor Moon clashed with Taiki's cold reasoning and dislike of the Senshi. At one point, when Ami (as Sailor Mercury) was losing a battle against a [[Monster-of-the-day|monster]], Taiki actually left instead of helping her. They interacted quite a lot during the season, but there was no romance, even implied, between them.
 
In [[Sailor Moon Sailor Stars]], Ami initially seemed to be attracted to [[Three Lights]] keyboard player [[Kou Taiki]], who was also very intelligent and a studious type like herself. However, Ami's idealism and her faith in Sailor Moon clashed with Taiki's cold reasoning and dislike of the Senshi. At one point, when Ami (as Sailor Mercury) was losing a battle against a [[Monster-of-the-day|monster]], Taiki actually left instead of helping her. They interacted quite a lot during the season, but there was no romance, even implied, between them.

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