- Not to be confused with a character with a similar name.
Richie is seen when Leroy was playing Prime Empire.
At the Speedway Five-Billion, Richie was talking to another Whack Rat.
When Lloyd was watching the Speedway Five-Billion, he Richie and the other Whack Rats entering the race.
At the Speedway Five-Billion, Richie and the Whacks Rats competed against the other racers and the Ninja for the Yellow Key-Tana.
Richie was one of many Prime Empire NPCs released from the game. He caused chaos along with the rest of the Whack Rats and Red Visors. After Unagami accepted Milton Dyer's apology, he releases all of the NPCs and gave everyone a chance to either live in Ninjago or inside the game. Like the rest of the Whack Rats, Richie chose to head back to the game.
Richie was seen on the TV screen when Cole told Lloyd what game he was playing.
- 4. "The Stowaway"
- 129. "Dyer Island"
- 132. "Superstar Rockin' Jay"
- 134. "The Glitch"
- 137. "One Step Forward, Two Steps Back"
- 138. "Racer Seven"
- 139. "The Speedway Five-Billion"
- 144. "Game Over"
- 145. "Shintaro"
- He is one of the six Ninjago characters to have the pony tail hair piece. The other five being Nadakhan, Ultra Violet, Daddy No Legs, Murt, and Moe.
- He bears a similar appearance to Bebop from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise.
- However, unlike Bebop, who is a hog, Richie is a rat.
- Along with Ritchie, the form of Richie is reused many times for generic members of the Whack Rats, making it look like there are many of him.