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"I'm not scrawny. I'm svelte!"

–Odd referring to his physique.

Odd Della Robbia is a member of the Lyoko Warriors, and one of the two tritagonists of Code Lyoko.

Appearance

Odd is a blond-haired boy with a purple streak. Originally he wore his hair down, as seen in the prequel. After he was virtualized on Lyoko for the first time, he adapted the spiked up hairstyle of his avatar. According to the French version of Amnesia, he uses an extra strength gel to get it that way, and the script for The Key reveals he applies it while doing a handstand.[1][2]

For the first three seasons, Odd wears a magenta shirt underneath his long sleeve purple shirt, pants with dark shade purple and light shade purple and gold shoes. In Season 4, he still has his magenta shirt with a purple long sleeve shirt, but now with a light purple hoodie, periwinkle jeans and his shoes were red. In Evolution, his blonde hair is changed to brown. Most of the time, he has different clothes that are not purple.

Biography

Background

Odd was born in Italy into a family of artists, with his father being an opera singer and his mother working on films as a script supervisor.[3][4] He has five older sisters, who primarily looked after him as a result of his parents usually being away at their jobs.[5] Eventually the busy schedules of Odd's parents lead them to enroll him as a boarder at Kadic Academy in France when he was 12.[4]

Prequel

Odd entered the group thanks to Kiwi. A new student at Kadic, the principal put him in a room with Ulrich, a student of his age and in his class. He met him during science class, but Ulrich didn't seem especially overjoyed to meet his new roommate. He starts to confidently tag along with Ulrich, not remarking that it seems to bother him more than anything else, met the principal's daughter, Sissi, and was rivaling her, and still is, as soon as she approaches Ulrich. By chance, while he and Ulrich were near the drinks machine, he witnessed Jeremie's electric shock but didn't worry about it too much. That evening, when Ulrich came back to their room, he met Kiwi, Odd's pet dog, who was technically not allowed at the school. Later, during the night, while he was sleeping, Ulrich came to take Kiwi, but his phone ringing woke Odd, who saw his roommate take off with Kiwi. Odd ran after him along with Sissi, who had organized a meeting with Ulrich, but he didn't come and the girl had decided to look for him, and he accidentally ran into her. He discovered that Ulrich took his dog to an old abandoned factory. After listening for a moment to Sissi rattling off about why she thought Ulrich might have taken Kiwi to the factory, he decided to climb down the old lift shaft, still with Sissi, and discovered his dog, sitting in a scanner. Odd enters to pick up his pet, but Kiwi jumps out of his hands and the doors to the scanner close. On the floor above, Jeremie and Ulrich launch the virtualization process. Ulrich immediately notices that it wasn't Kiwi in the scanner, but Odd.

After a moment of panic, Odd finds himself visualized in the form of a purple cat, much to his bemusement, in the Forest Sector, soon joined by Ulrich. As they explore the sector, the discover a way tower. They enter the tower but fall off the platform inside. The tower spits them out into the Ice Sector, where they encounter several monsters, later named Bloks, but due to their inexperience Odd and Ulrich are almost immediately devirtualized. The two boys are sent back on Earth, just in time to save Jeremie from electrical cables that come to life and threaten to kill him with electrical discharges.

The next day, after the four of them (Jeremie, Ulrich, Sissi, and Odd) swore to keep the secret they learned of during the day, Sissi was attacked by a ball of electricity. Odd and Jeremie rushed to the factory, joined by Ulrich and a Japanese girl, named Yumi, he met during a martial arts class given by Jim, who was there when Ulrich is almost electrocuted by the same energy ball that went after Sissi. At the factory, Odd is virtualized for the second time with Ulrich and Yumi and meets Aelita, called Maya at this point in time, and starts to flirt with her but Ulrich stops him almost immediately because monsters were approaching them. After Aelita deactivated her first tower and Jeremie launched his first return to the past, it became obvious that Jeremie retained no memory of their first mission, so the three friends filled him in on everything, and all four of them swore to keep the secret.

Seasons 1-3

Mission after mission, Odd became much stronger and more sophisticated on Lyoko than he'd been during his very first virtualization, he learned to fight X.A.N.A. in different ways, on Earth or on Lyoko, saving his friends when they were in danger, gradually adapting as X.A.N.A.'s strategy changed. At first, Odd can be seen having a rough time against a Megatank in Teddygozilla. What a contrast with what followed, when he took care of three Tarantulas by himself in Lyoko Minus One. When X.A.N.A. tries to possess him in the episode Mister Pück, it turned out that Odd, Yumi, and Ulrich can't be possessed by X.A.N.A. thanks to their numerous voyages on Lyoko.

In addition, Odd never hesitates to volunteer to hold back X.A.N.A.'s attacks on Earth, which is very dangerous when he must fight without his Lyoko powers, as seen in X.A.N.A.'s Kiss, it's Odd who stays to confront the polymorphic clone. In Tip-Top Shape, it is, once again, Odd, who stays behind on Earth to be "Jeremified" and fight Yolanda, despite being warned that Jeremification was still in development. Often, Odd also becomes the victim of all sorts of unexpected inconveniences. In A Fine Mess, he finds himself in Yumi's body and risking cellular degeneration. In Triple Trouble, he is multiplied into three, again with the same risk. And despite, several times, narrowly avoided losing his life in an attack (e.g. Revelation), he has never thought of giving up, not because he swore to it but because there's a world to save and friends to protect.

Season 4

In the final part of the conflict after the recreation of Lyoko, Odd's daily life doesn't change very radically. He's still the target of occasional X.A.N.A. attacks, and still, still subject to a more hectic life than a peaceful one, still the disruptive or blundering element in the group's harmony, still teasing some days and talking frankly other times.

Odd doesn't lose his fighting skills. He struggles more than the others in fights against X.A.N.A. William. It wasn't until Bragging Rights that Odd was able to get rid of William alone, and he repeats this exploit fewer times than his brothers and sisters in arms.

On the other hand, Odd is completely enthused by the novelty that is the fight onboard Nav Skids and during Translation. He destroyed two Supercomputers out of the three that were annihilated. In the Digital Sea, he seems to be the best Nav Skid pilot.

Odd goes to Lyoko more and more. His role is essential in devirtualizing William. He did his best protecting Aelita and Franz Hopper in Fight to the Finish and has yet to break the trend.

At the moment of turning the Supercomputer off, he's not very enthusiastic as life as he enjoys life as a hero. However, he quickly adjusts to the new life.

Code Lyoko Evolution

One year later, when Aelita suspected the comeback of the malevolent artificial intelligence they destroyed, while almost all of the team don't want to go back to the abandoned factory, Odd has difficulty hiding his enthusiasm. He makes Jeremie switch on the Supercomputer again, complaining of the cold, and he goes wild with joy when Jeremie accepts to virtualize him with Aelita. He obviously missed Lyoko.

And so resumes the fight against X.A.N.A.. Missing during the first expedition in the Cortex - the virtual world in which X.A.N.A. sought refuge - because of one of William's mean tricks, Odd nevertheless falls into step with this new adventure. Odd, like Ulrich, Yumi, and Aelita, is carrying codes, thus making him one of X.A.N.A.'s targets since the evil A.I. wants to recover them. While he feels serene the first few times, the encounters between Odd and the spectre went bad for him. In spite of his being the go-ahead type, Odd gets a fear of spectres, which is totally justified because he is the most often their target.

Generally, Odd feels better on Lyoko or the Cortex than on Earth. Never one for technical considerations, he does not obey Jeremie and Aelita around the Cortex and when instructed on the way to destroy X.A.N.A.. He's content doing what he does best: getting virtualized and confronting the danger in the virtual world. Although he wonderfully comes through against X.A.N.A.'s traditional monsters (even destroying the Blok Wall in Count-down), he meets a perfect competition with the Ninjas, humans virtualized by Tyron, the owner of the supercomputer generating the Cortex.

However, Odd gets a new "toy": the Megapod, a new articulated vehicle that Jeremie has made to safely cross the Cortex. Odd proved he was the best pilot in the team.

In addition to altercations, Odd has much to do in terms of human relationships. Love-wise, he decides to romance Samantha again, his ex-girlfriend who he kept in his heart when she left Kadic. The girl is back and Odd vies in ingenuity to try and get her attention, but most of his attempts fail, because of X.A.N.A.'s attacks. In the end, both of them are very close.

Odd has much to do friends-wise as well. Aelita is extremely sensitive. While investigating in the Cortex in Obstinacy, she discovered her mother is still alive. Odd agrees with the other Lyoko Warriors to not destroy X.A.N.A. until it reaches 95% of its power, in order to give Aelita a chance to see her mother again.

Also, the team, including Odd, must team up with Laura Gauthier, a young girl as clever as Jeremie who forces them to accept her hacking the return to the past to be insensitive to it. He remained quite reserved when Laura arrived in the group, he didn't seem as hostile as Aelita. Nevertheless, next to some of her betrayals, Odd and his friends chose to definitively ban her from the team in Mutiny.

As for his source codes, Odd has lived an uneven epic. In The Codeless, he was the first to lose all his codes and couldn't deactivate towers anymore. Jeremie succeeded in returning some codes to him, stolen from a spectre in The Trap. Alas, Odd lost them again in Massacre.

When X.A.N.A. became too powerful and the group had to infect the Cortex with their virus, Odd is at the others' sides for their last mission. In the end, he is also with them to turn off the Supercomputer again, but he was maybe secretly hoping that their adventures were never really finished.

Personality

Odd's outlandish appearance accurately symbolizes his character. He is self-confident, self-loving, and proud of his own charisma and charm. He holds a very laid-back attitude towards life, and is always there to fill the void with his jokes, quips, and dramatic flair. He also claims to be the ultimate 'ladies-man,' despite his reputation as a lover being toxic among the females of Kadic (as revealed in The Key, where just hearing his name was enough to scare any girl away), it could be because he lacks attraction to them and is just with them to put up an image. He is also seen to be very encouraging and optimistic, as well as surprisingly resourceful during life-or-death situations.

Odd is very loyal to his friends and to the fight against X.A.N.A., however his self-centered-ness can be harmful to both. At various points Odd has been shown more than willing to let his friends take the fall for his own pranks and natural laziness, as seen with Ulrich in Cold Sweat and with Aelita in Replika. His pranks can also be cruel, including the time he posted a humiliating picture of Yumi in the school paper. At one point he even broke the ultimate rule of the Lyoko Warriors by showing the Factory to an outsider, his girlfriend-of-the-week Brynja Heringsdötir in Kadic Bombshell.

Odd didn't always have spiked up hair. In X.A.N.A. Awakens, before his adventures in Lyoko, he is introduced with his hair as flat and short.

Aged 13, and in the same eighth grade class with his friends, he does not particularly shine with any extreme maturity, often behaving childishly. Life does not seem to him any more than a simple game, which also explains his scholastic difficulties. Producing the appropriate behavior, whether in everyday life or in class, is difficult for him to do, especially while amusing himself at the same time. Happily for him, he can count on his friends to keep him on a level course.

Education

The only school classes that he bothers to pay attention to are the artistic subjects, in which he particularly excels. Having himself been born into a family of world-renowned artists, it is only natural that he would have inherited from his parents the curiosity and awareness that for him are so characteristic, aided also by his overly supportive parents.[4] He is also shown to speak Italian fluently.

Odd is a little interested in everything, such as fashion, painting, and even some sports activities like juggling and even acrobatics (which serve as training for his expeditions on Lyoko). He seems to have a special interest in music, which shows up in a number of episodes. Without categorizing, he likes nearly all genres, but prefers rock music, which he considers a veritable cult and performs with the others on bass and guitar.

Whenever Odd is given an exam paper, he folds it into an elaborate origami shape rather than fill out any of the answers.

Dating Life

In X.A.N.A.'s Kiss, Odd claims to have dated every girl in the eighth grade except for Aelita and Sissi. He has since (unknowingly) romanced Sissi through an online chat, and in the episode Replika pretended to kiss (and later break up with) Aelita for the sake of an elaborate ruse.

In A Fine Mess, it is revealed that Odd is perfectly willing to date more than one girl at the same time. This, along with his own cockiness and poor foot hygiene, has caused almost every girl he has ever dated to resent him for one reason or another, something that does not dissuade Odd's ego in the slightest. In that same episode, it is also somewhat hinted that he has an interest in Ulrich.

Relationships

Socially, one can say that he gets along well with everybody, his happy personality allowing him to gain a lot of esteem and affection. His "trendy" look particularly inspires the admiration of Milly and Tamiya, who consider him somewhat like a handy big brother to whom they can come for advice. Meanwhile, despite his personality, he seems intimidated by girls, and Samantha (in Rock Bottom?) is practically the only one in whom he seems to truly admire the abilities of.

Kiwi

Odd is the joyful owner of Kiwi, his dog. Kiwi is not extremely bright; a slow wit made to take risks for his master who even smuggles him into the airport where animals are forbidden. Nevertheless, he becomes of great use to the group, sometimes even saving their lives, as shown in the episode Satellite.

Ulrich Stern

Although their friendship started off rocky, after the events stated in X.A.N.A. Awakens, Ulrich has become Odd's best friend. They share a room at Kadic and they bicker more or so like brothers. Ulrich puts up with a lot of Odd's shortcomings, that the others admit that they would never willingly go through, such as Kiwi destroying the room, shedding hair on his bed, barking, urinating on his sheet, or Odd's foul foot odor.

Samantha Knight

Of all the girls that Odd has been with (it has been stated that he has dated every girl in his class, excluding Sissi, whom he can't stand, and Aelita, whom is not only masquerading as his cousin but is also too close of a friend), Samantha Knight has been the only one capable of making Odd go madly head over heels - literally. Despite her trying to steal a laptop and preventing him from getting to an urgent Lyoko mission, Odd still retained strong romantic feelings for her. Since had Sam moved to the coast, the two haven't been able to see much of each other, and therefore don't appear to be together anymore.

Yumi Ishiyama

Odd and Yumi usually get along well, but Yumi is easily annoyed by Odd's constant jokes and pranks. Odd is always the one who tries to make Ulrich and Yumi even closer as an actual couple, though it usually fails and he ends up being in trouble with one of them.

Jeremie Belpois

Odd and Jeremie have some complications to get along because of their differences. Jeremie doesn't understand Odd's humor and thinks his jokes are bad; in turn, Odd doesn't understand Jeremie when he explains scientific subjects. Odd usually tries to copy homework from him, and sometimes Jeremie is even willing to help Odd study for tests. Despite their differences, they are as good friends as anyone else on the team. Odd was the one who originally nicknamed Jeremie "Einstein" in X.A.N.A. Awakens.

Aelita Schaeffer

Odd and Aelita have a very strong platonic relationship as best friends. Whenever Aelita is in trouble on Lyoko, Odd heads to her immediately and is even ready to sacrifice himself for her. Aelita and Odd had a fight only once in Replika because Odd missed class because he was too sleepy and wanted Aelita to tell an excuse for Jim, which resulted in them both getting detention. Later, they kiss in order to distract Herb and Nicholas from discovering the Factory since Jeremie didn't have enough energy to launch a return to the past. To the legal system, they are cousins, and in real life, they have a close brother-sister relationship.

William Dunbar

Odd and William always got along well. They even displayed good teamwork in A Bad Turn and The Secret, resulting in Odd showing some trust in him when he joined the Lyoko Warriors. When William was possessed by X.A.N.A., Odd was the only one not to take it too seriously and he even taunted William playfully in Lyoko. When X.A.N.A. returned in Evolution, Odd was more serious about William rejoining the team, saying that William was "captured like a rookie." After some arguments in Cortex, the two made amends, though William takes their job on Lyoko so seriously that he might even offend Odd.

Samantha Suares

In Code Lyoko Evolution, Odd chases after Sam Suares instead of Samantha Knight. In Countdown, when Ulrich brings up the fact that Sam has returned to Kadic, he is psyched. He later becomes really upset about messing things up with her, as for after having called her a "beetroot" (or simply a "beet", the exact translation is not certain), because of X.A.N.A. having attacked him for codes. He goes to great lengths to get her to be with him, even going as far as to buy her a thousand red roses, in Friday the 13th.

Sissi Delmas

Just like his five best friends, Odd has a bad and teasing relationship with Sissi, due to the fact that she always makes fun of him at every possible opportunity and the fact that she hates his dog.

Family

Mr. and Mrs. Della Robbia

Odd's parents are very supportive of their son, constantly praising him and, according to Odd, never have conflicts with him at all. Because of this, Code Lyoko's bible says: "of the [five] members of the group, Odd has the best relationship with his parents".[4]

Despite that, Odd finds this frustrating however as shown in Bad Connection, where he wishes they could argue sometimes so he could feel like a normal teenager. As his father is normally away performing on stage as an opera singer and his mother is usually somewhere else in the world working on a film set as a script supervisor, Odd almost never sees his parents.[5] This is said to be the reason he began attending Kadic.[4]

Sisters

Odd has five sisters: Adele, Pauline, Elizabeth, Marie and Louise, all older than him; with the youngest being Yumi's age. As his parents are always away, his sisters usually look after him when he's at home. Odd however says in Distant Memory that they "drive [him] nuts". In a diary entry on codelyoko.com, he says they don't always care for him since he's the youngest.[5] They call him names like "little turd", "wet tadpole" and "simpleton", and give him "idiotic" chores to do. Odd also mentioned in Distant Memory that they had locked him in a bathroom all night the previous year "just because they thought it was funny".

Weapon and Powers

"It's not fair! I'm the only one who looks like a nitwit on Lyoko!"

–Odd in X.A.N.A. Awakens, Part 2.

On Lyoko, Odd is virtualized in a form similar to his real appearance (including his hairstyle), with the addition of claws and a tail (and in Season 4, cat ears as well), making him resemble a "cat-boy." In this environment, he displays extreme agility which permits him easily to sidestep attacks and making him a serious adversary for the minions of X.A.N.A.

Odd's weapons on Lyoko are his laser arrows, which he launches from thin air out of his right wrist, though occasionally he'll fire them from both wrists. In Season 1, he had only ten arrows, which Jeremie had to reload when he ran out. This made Odd very vulnerable during the reload time, as he was unable to fight back against monsters until Jeremie could reload him. At the beginning of Season 2, Jeremie removed this weakness by pre-loading Odd with 10,000 arrows. In Evolution, his new outfit on Lyoko included laser arrow gauntlets on both arms that allowed him to fire out of his knuckles instead of his wrists and were upgraded again with the ability to rapid-fire.

Odd's only Lyoko power was Future Flash, the ability to involuntarily experience visions of what was about to happen in the near future, which often helped his friends out of near-inextricable situations. It was accidentally removed when Jeremie updated the supercomputer sometime around the end of Season 1, and Jeremie never reprogrammed it because it was deemed "useless", much to Odd's disappointment and despite the fact that it had saved the Lyoko Warriors many times. In Triple Trouble, Jeremy acknowledged Odd's grievance of being rendered the only Lyoko Warrior without any special powers and gave him the ability to teleport. While it seemed to work just fine during its trial run, it had a bug that involved Odd leaving a clone in the exact spot he teleported from, thereby creating two identical duplicates from using the power twice. At the end of the episode, Jeremy fixed the program but Odd ultimately turned it down, saying he's just fine the way he is. As a replacement, Jeremie gave Odd a Shield, which he would frequently make use of.

Odd's fighting tactics are not highly developed, but instinctive. Following a logic all his own, it is not unusual for him to be the first to fall into a trap arranged by X.A.N.A, much to the consternation of his friends, who sometimes have to go to a lot of trouble to extract him. His friends often distrust the crazy ideas he comes up with, and often end up doing the complete opposite of what he proposes. For instance, in Dog Day Afternoon, he proposed taking Kiwi to Lyoko in hopes of making him their newest Lyoko Warrior. When Jeremy said no, Odd smuggled him into the scanner with him when he was to accompany Aelita on routine diagnostic mission. However, instead of Kiwi being transported to Lyoko with him, the virtualization process fused them together, revealing that the experiment went horribly wrong when Kiwi's own canine behavior and animal instincts gradually overtook Odd's own nature.

Odd particularly excels when acting to create a diversion (the well-known "peekaboo, here I am!"), to attract the attention of the monsters and permit his friends to slip by. While sometimes effective, this risky tactic has its limits, and Odd, despite his agility and trickiness, is often the first to be devirtualized.

Game Information

Code Lyoko: Quest for Infinity: Wii Edition

In Quest for Infinity, Odd uses his laser arrows. To attack enemies, move the cursor over the enemy and press B. To unleash continuous rapid fire, hold the B button. Odd has three powers: Climbing, Cat Jump, and Time Control.

Climbing

When you encounter a wall with white horizontal and vertical lines, it's time to use Odd's climbing ability. To activate it, jump against the wall, and Odd should cling to it. Move the Nunchuk joystick forward to move up, right to move right, left to move left, and backwards to move down.

Cat Jump

Cat Jump is the ability Odd uses to jump between two walls to reach an upper floor. To activate, move over an ability hologram and press C. Odd will leap towards one wall. Press A and swing the Wii remote in the opposite direction of where Odd is to cause him to jump to the other side. Repeat until you get to the top.

Time Control

Time Control is a new power given to Odd by Jeremie. It only exists in the game continuity. Time Control slows both the enemies and game environment. Press C for a moment and time will progress more slowly. To stop using this power press C. Using Time Control decreases your power gauge. When the gauge empties, this stops working. Time control is used to get past falling platforms that normally couldn't be passed, and time-delay switches that are too fast. It can be upgraded to work more efficiently and affect more things.

Code Lyoko: Quest for Infinity: PS2 Edition

Code Lyoko: Quest for Infinity: PSP Edition

Code Lyoko: Get Ready to Virtualize

Odd is one of the playable characters in Get Ready to Virtualize. He has some new powers in this game. He can throw Energy Grenades unlike in the show. He can use Beam Shot but you have to unlock it in combos. He can use his Catclimb ability only in some places.

Code Lyoko DS: Fall of X.A.N.A.

Code Lyoko: Social Game

Voice actresses and actors

  • French: Raphaëlle Bruneau
  • Spanish (Latin America): Gabriel Ortiz
  • Spanish (Spain): Jesús Alberto Pinillos
  • English: Christophe Caballero (Episodes 1-4), Matthew Geczy (Seasons 1-4)
  • Japanese: Hiroki Shimowada
  • Indonesian Inen Rahmasuci Bismark
  • Polish: Brygida Turowska-Szymczak (original series); Maciej Falana (Evolution)
  • Italian: Serena Menegon (Season 1) Monica Bonetto (Seasons 2-4)
  • Turkish: Yasemin Yeşil (Seasons 1-2)
  • Russian: Sergey Smirnov (Season 1) Aleksandr Gavrilin (Season 2) Olga Sirina (Evolution)
  • Arabic: Meerna Al-Husaini

Etymology

Odd is a Norwegian given name that comes from the Old Norse word oddr meaning "spear" or "sharp point", however Thomas Romain confirmed that Odd was named after the English word's meaning of "strange" to highlight his "extraordinary" side.[6] Della Robbia is an Italian name.

Trivia

  • In Finnish, he was played by Jon-Jon Geitel, who also sang the show's intro in the same language.
  • Odd has an exceptional number of talents to go with his Lyoko powers:
    • He is an Olympics-grade athlete, especially on a skateboard.
    • He is an expert artist in both music (guitar and songwriting) and drawing.
    • Apparently, he's good with machines, as quoted from his father when he was telling Mr. Delmas how he took apart a whole stereo piece-by-piece when he was just two years old.
  • Aside from Aelita, Odd’s Lyoko form is the only one to not be themed towards a specific type of warrior like everybody else, with the obvious exception of Jeremy since his Lyoko form remains unknown (the only clue being the key word “ridiculous”). Yumi is a kunoichi, Ulrich is a Samurai, and William is a Dopplesoldner.
    • Since the supercomputer amplifies a virtualized person’s natural talents on Lyoko and projects them onto their digital manifestation, a purple cat freedom fighter may be a reflection of Odd’s own natural talents that would be useful in the heat of battle, such as his cat-like reflexes that have aided him in multiple athletic pursuits. As for his laser arrows, they might be what the supercomputer equipped him with in favor of his exceptional hand-eye coordination most likely developed from video games.
  • In A Fine Mess, it is revealed that Odd has something "gross" inside of his shoes. Ulrich mentions that it is "more powerful than a Laser Arrow", and Yumi discovers this firsthand in the same episode when she temporarily lives in Odd's body; Odd's feet smell almost lethally.
    • This is, in fact, brought into the spotlight in the episode Aelita, where Odd discovers that he's the only one in the whole school who doesn't know of his own feet's fowl stench. Yolanda's diagnosis reveals that Odd suffers from severe plantar perspiration and proscribes him a cream to help, but it smells just as bad or worse than his own feet, making it completely unclear as to whether or not it actually works.
  • In X.A.N.A. Awakens, it is revealed that Odd wore his hair down at first, but he started to wear his hair in its current style after going to Lyoko for the first time. He called it the "Lyoko style."
    • It is also worth mentioning that, in this two-part prequel, Odd found it unfair that he was the only one who "looks like a nitwit" on Lyoko, although it no longer seems to bother him.
  • He is the creator and singer of the song "Break, Break, Break Dance!", as revealed in Code: Earth.
  • Odd's favorite monsters are Bloks, as quoted by him in The Girl of the Dreams, and he has no trouble destroying them (usually).
  • Odd's mobile is a silver, telephone-style cellphone.
  • Odd started the nickname of Einstein, which he typically calls Jeremie, as the other group members have on occasion.
  • Where nicknames are concerned, it is almost always Odd that comes up with the names for the monsters, as he was the person who gave names to the Tarantulas in New Order and the Kolossus in Cold Sweat.
  • The Transport Orb that takes the group to Sector Five used to give Odd travel sickness. He states this specifically in A Fine Mess, expressing relief at not being in his own body, whereas Yumi in Odd's body felt like throwing up. As of The Key, however, this no longer became a problem for him for some reason; possibly because he has finally gotten used to traveling on it.
  • In Tip-Top Shape, Odd becomes the only member of the group who has ever been jeremified.
  • In Cousins Once Removed, it is revealed that Odd styles his outfits (or possibly only his Season 4 outfit) based on the game "Kung-Fu Commando". Though, solely on the first 7 levels. According to Jeremie's cousin Patrick, the outfits get more tame at level 8.
  • He was the first and only Warrior who destroyed more than one Replika in the series.
  • Odd is one of the most talented acrobats besides Yumi when it comes to fighting, both on Lyoko and in the real world.
  • Both of Odd's Lyoko outfits have a design on its chest that resembles his dog Kiwi. His Seasons 1-3 avatar has a cat face at the top of his right glove, and a Kiwi face at the top of his left. His Season 4 avatar features the cat and Kiwi designs appearing on his shoulder plates. When he is in the real world shutting down supercomputers that house X.A.N.A.'s Replikas, the design that is on his chest is gone but the ones on his shoulders are still there.
  • It is revealed in the episode Satellite that Odd knows how to pick locks.
  • Besides Aelita, Odd is the only character to be virtualized in every first episode of each season, even including Evolution.
  • In the French version of Code Lyoko, he was voiced by Raphaëlle Bruneau. In the Japanese dub, he was voiced by Hiroki Shimowada.
  • Out of the original five Lyoko Warriors, Odd is the only one with a male voice actor in the English version.
  • He was the first one to lose all of his source codes in Code Lyoko Evolution, and is also the only one to recover some of them.
  • Odd is the only one who has been virtualized by all other original members of the team and the only one virtualized by Ulrich.
  • Odd is the only Lyoko Warrior whose new avatar does not have fingerless gloves, as they are paws.
  • Odd is the first warrior to get devirtualized on Lyoko.
  • Odd may be left handed, at least in episode 2 of Season 1. He is seen drawing Kiwi with his left hand.
  • Odd is the only one of the original five Lyoko Warriors who has never activated a return to the past.
  • Odd has a catchphrase in the French version of Season 4 only, T'y crois pas!, a variation of J'y crois pas!, which translates to "I don't believe it!" in English.[7] The dub was inconsistent on translating it however, using "I don't believe it", "I can't believe it", words like "unbelievable", "incredible" or a different line all together.
  • In Garage Kids, the concept short film that would become Code Lyoko, Odd was the protagonist. The main series however is more of an ensemble cast, though Aelita can be considered the central character.
  • A series of episodes in Season 3 have since been dubbed "Pick on Odd Week" by some fans, similarly to the famous "Pick on Yumi Week".[8] This is far less commonly known however, since the episodes are not consecutive and are mostly Odd suffering misfortunates rather than being a target of X.A.N.A.:
    • Straight to Heart, where he ends up in separate classes from Jeremie, Ulrich and Aelita due to Jim. After he blackmails Jim and tells the group, they chastise him for it.
    • Tidal Wave, where he spends the entire episode suffering from an empty stomach.
    • False Lead when his Tamagutchi is stolen and spends the episode worrying about it, only to learn his friends took it and Hiroki ends up breaking it.
    • Aelita where he learns he suffers from severe plantar perspiration and is the butt of many jokes about his feet.
    • Temporary Insanity where X.A.N.A. makes him and Ulrich believe they're on Lyoko in the real world, causing them to be forcibly placed in a hospital.
    • Triple Trouble where he's upset over his lack of superpowers on Lyoko, causing Jeremie to program him a new one that accidently creates two clones of himself, one of which gets turned to stone by X.A.N.A..

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References

  1. "French vs English S1 - Part 2" (Amnesia) - CodeLyoko.fr
  2. Excerpt from The Key's script (translated):
    "Odd off (mocking)
    You should get ready!
    Ulrich's shot is actually a POV of Odd standing upside down, running his hand through his hair.
    Suddenly, Odd stands straight up (his hair stays up on his head, that's the secret of his legendary hairstyle!) and looks back at Ulrich.
    Odd (mocking)
    ... Your girlfriend's gonna be waiting for you!"
  3. "Interview with Sophie Decroisette" - CodeLyoko.fr
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 "The Graphic Bible of Code Lyoko" - CodeLyoko.fr
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 "Odd Della Robbia's Journal" (PDF) - codelyoko.com
  6. ""Code Lyoko" arrive sur Netflix: l'histoire secrète de la série culte". BFMTV. January 10, 2020.
  7. "French vs English" - CodeLyoko.fr
  8. "Episode guide > #53 - Straight to Heart" - CodeLyoko.fr
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