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Bringa Erinsdottir[1] is Sissi's pen-pal from Iceland. Her first and only appearance in the series was in the episode Kadic Bombshell. She is voiced by Jodi Forrest with a thick Norse accent, but she is very good at speaking English and French. When she first arrived at Kadic, all the boys in school were attracted to her and all the girls wanted to know her beauty secrets. This made Sissi jealous because she was no longer "the most popular girl in school." At first, Odd was not very interested in her, but after getting a good look at her, he becomes obsessed with her. She also seemingly takes a liking to him as well, calling him the Icelandic word for "sweetheart." She and Odd started dating the same day they met. That afternoon, Odd introduced Bringa to the group. Like every other boy in the school, Ulrich and Jeremie are entranced by her good looks.

Aelita and Yumi, however were bitter and jealous that she is getting all the attention and act rather cold towards her. That night, the group confronts Odd about her to which he retorts that they are all just envious of his happiness. Bringa overhears this and is slightly upset. Later that night, Bringa asks Odd if he could get nicer friends, however he denies this, saying that his friends are special - blurting out the truth about their connection to Lyoko. Bringa demands an explanation, so Odd takes her to the factory (blindfolded) and shows her the lab. In there, she couldn't contain her amazement and tries out the keyboard on the Supercomputer, not aware that it was, in fact, running a program. As soon as the others find out, they get angry and kick Odd out of the group. The next day, Odd and Bringa went to the pool together, but Odd decides to leave it to fight X.A.N.A. William, so Bringa breaks up with him, believing she was stood up and Odd got bored with her. The next day, Sissi had Bringa sent to the countryside to stay with her cousin out of jealousy.

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  • In the Polish version, she was voiced by Monika Wierzbicka.

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