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Hero: The Guardian Smurf is a fanfiction series created by Fandom user A Heroic Smurf, which appears on the Smurfs Fanon Wiki. The list of his work, both completed and future projects, is shown here.

In the series, a young Smurf named Hero found seven Power Stones, which together gave him great Ki abilities. Unfortunately, as a Smurfling, Hero was not able to control these powers and had nearly killed a Smurf due to that loss of control. Exiled from the village for 100 years in order to gain better control over these new powers, Hero returns at the time when the Smurfs first meet Gargamel in the forest and rejoins them as one of their members.

The author is also working on a spinoff series called The Other World, recounting stories of the time when Hero was in exile from the Smurf Village.

This series provides the following examples of:

  • And Now You Must Marry Me: In the adaptation of "The Smurf Menace", when the Gray Smurfs capture the normal Smurfs, the Great Chief has normal Smurfette and normal Wonder marry Gray Hero in exchange for mercy to be shown upon the normal Smurfs. However, the normal Smurfs foil this plan and make the Gray Smurfs disappear back into nothingness with the antidote Papa Smurf created.
  • Attempted Rape: Smurfette in her love-crazed state attempted to sexually assault Hero, but she was led to a Hero sex doll to expend her sexual energy upon in order to return her to normal, thus sparing Hero from violating his marital covenant with Wonder.
  • Brave Scot: Fergus MacSmurf, created as the series' analog to The Smurfs film series' Gutsy Smurf.
  • Buxom Beauty Standard: In "Smurfette's Crazy Love", due to a combination of Smurfette's uncontrolled infatuation with Hero and Hero's own powers, Smurfette starts developing breasts and is in a passionate desire to mate with Hero. After her sexual energy has been expended, though, Smurfette still has her breasts and decides to keep them.
  • Christmas Episode: The Smurfs: A Christmas Carol is adapted into the series as its Christmas Episode, with Wonder Smurfette playing the Smurf of Christmas Past and Hero playing the Smurf of Christmas Future. A musical number is also included in which Smurfette sings to Grouchy about the joys of Christmas.
  • Delivery Stork: Played straight in the series except in the case of Hero's two children Saviour and Miracle, who are both born physically through their mothers Wonder and Smurfette through a G-Rated Sex fertility blessing given to them by Mother Nature.
  • Depraved Bisexual: Gray Smurfette and Gray Wonder in the adaptation of "The Smurf Menace" are both this who are also both married to Gray Hero, and even go so far as to try forcing themselves on normal Smurfette and normal Wonder when the normal Smurfs are held captive by the Gray Smurfs.
  • Distaff Counterpart: Wonder Smurfette is this to Hero, although she does not have the same type of powers that he has.
  • Driven to Suicide: In a mini-story, following Wonder's death, Hero was compelled to commit suicide to join his wife in the "smurfy hereafter" when the Smurfs intervene and talk him down from it.
  • Erotic Dream: Smurfette has one of her with Hero in a loincloth while Hero is married to Wonder in "Smurfette's Crazy Love".
  • Evil Costume Switch: In "The Dark Hero", when Hero is changed into his un-Smurfy self via Gargamel's spell that was originally intended to revert Smurfette back to her old self, his gold-colored clothes change to complete black.
  • Evil Twin: In "The Smurf Menace" adaptation, Hero, Wonder, Hawkeye, Abloec, and Dempsey also have evil Gray Smurf counterparts. Gray Hero notably wears a silver hat and pants as opposed to normal Hero's gold-colored clothes.
  • The Exile: Hero during 100 years of his life, from the time he lost control of his Ki ability powers to the time he returned to the Smurf Village, when the Smurfs first met Gargamel. A spinoff series called The Other World is supposed to tell of what happened during the years that Hero had spent outside the Smurf Village.
  • Expy:
    • Hero himself is one for Goku of the Dragonball franchise, with elements of Sonic The Hedgehog. His Gray Smurf counterpart is one for Vegeta.
    • Wonder Smurfette is one for Wonder Woman of DC Comics.
    • Hawkeye Smurf is one for Hawkeye of Marvel Comics' The Avengers.
  • First Girl Wins: Smurfette is Hero's first love, but Wonder becomes Hero's first wife until she passes away. Smurfette, having saved herself for Hero, becomes Hero's second and final wife, staying with him until he passes away.
  • Give Away the Bride: In the story "Hero's Wedding", Hero's friend Fergus MacSmurf gives away Hero's Second Love and Opposite-Sex Clone Wonder Smurfette away to Hero at their wedding together.
  • Gold-Colored Superiority: Hero ends up wearing gold-colored clothes, but otherwise acts like he's one of the members of the Smurf Village in a position of equal standing among them instead of with Papa Smurf.
  • G-Rated Sex: Although the male and female Smurfs in this series do have what is called "getting under one's hat," reproduction is still handled through mystical means, such as a Delivery Stork for much of Hero's generation of Smurfs as well as for Baby Smurf, and also a mystical union blessing by Mother Nature for when Wonder and Smurfette both undergo physical pregnancy to birth their children from Hero.
  • Halloween Episode: The Smurfs: The Legend of Smurfy Hollow is adapted into the series as its Halloween Episode, with various character substitutions in the story.
  • I'll Be in My Bunk: In the mini-story "Smurfette's Artistry", after spending time doing a nude painting of Hero (who at the time was married to Wonder), Smurfette decides to spend some time alone with her new painting in her bedroom, alluding to enjoying herself privately.
  • Mark of the Supernatural: The title character has a yellow H on his forehead, indicating that he is the bearer of Ki powers that he gained from contact with the Power Stones. His Opposite-Sex Clone and wife Wonder, as well as his two daughters, also bear the same mark.
  • Mate or Die: In "Smurfette's Crazy Love", Smurfette is so hormonally driven to Hero during the time he was married to Wonder that she has to mate with him or else she will die. The Smurfs trick Smurfette into mating with a Hero Smurf sex doll so that Hero would not be violated and that he would not break his marital vow to Wonder.
  • Mystical Pregnancy: Hero's wives in two separate marriages, Wonder and Smurfette, were given fertility blessings by Mother Nature that resulted in them bearing two of Hero's daughters, Saviour and Miracle, since the Smurfs themselves, although capable of sexual intercourse, were unable to have children other than through that and the usual mainstream canon's Delivery Stork method.
  • Oh, Crap, There Are Fanfics of Us!: Dreamy creates one which he shows to his fellow Smurfs, which is basically an adaptation of Smurfs: The Lost Village featuring Hero and Wonder.
  • Opposite-Sex Clone: Wonder is one of Hero who was created with the magical Mirror of Opposition when lightning struck it, thus creating a second adult female Smurf in the village besides Smurfette. The village eventually gets populated by a bunch of female Smurfs created in this fashion, whom most of the Smurfs end up marrying with the exception of Abloec, who marries the former Smurf vampire daughter Serana Smurfette.
  • Original Character: Besides Hero, there are Abloec (a Welsh-accented Smurf who is a Christian), Edward Smurftofen (a German-accented Smurf with schizophrenia), Nikloai Smurfeski (a Russian-accented Smurf who is The Bartender), and Takeo Smurfaki (a Japanese-accented Smurf).
  • Patchwork Fic: Mostly based on the 1980s cartoon show interpretation, but also incorporating elements, characters, and storylines from the comic books, the Sony Pictures' live-action film series, and Smurfs: The Lost Village.
  • Polyamory: Gray Hero is a polyamorist, married to both Gray Smurfette and Gray Wonder. Normal Hero, however, sticks to only one bride at a time, marrying Wonder first and then marrying Smurfette years later after his first wife passes away.
  • Recycled In Space: The series is Empath: The Luckiest Smurf WITH GOKU FROM Dragon Ball Z AS A SMURF!
  • Sadistic Choice: In "Hero's Wedding", when Chlorhydris kidnaps both Wonder and Smurfette on Hero's first wedding day, Hero has to choose which of the two Smurfettes he should save, since Chlorhydris tells Hero that he can only save one while the other will be given the Ice Wand treatment. Fortunately both Smurfettes are spared as Hero's friend Hawkeye fires an arrow that unlocks Smurfette's cage, causing her to run and hide for safety while Hero focuses his efforts on rescuing Wonder.
  • Screaming Birth: Both Wonder and Smurfette undergo this in the births of their respective children, Saviour and Miracle.
  • Screw Yourself: Hero and Wonder's relationship is this, since Wonder is both Hero's female duplicate and his wife.
  • Second Love: Smurfette was Hero's first and One True Love. Then came Wonder, his Opposite-Sex Clone, whom he also fell in love with and married, leaving Smurfette feeling jilted and, at one point, hungry for sexual intercourse with Hero. However, since Smurfette can only see herself being happy with Hero as her One True Love, she remained a virgin and unmarried up to her old age, when Wonder passed away and Hero, finding himself lonely and suicidal, ends up falling in love with and marrying Smurfette, giving her a child after years of being denied any pleasure from him through a Mystical Pregnancy fertility blessing by Mother Nature.
  • Sex Is Good: The Smurfs in this series don't seem to have a problem with sex, as long as its participants are married. The only downside (or perhaps upside, depending on your point of view) is that they can't use sex for procreation... at least, not yet, according to what Mother Nature says in a mini-story regarding the issue.
  • Sinister Minister: Gray Abloec in the eyes of his normal counterpart, the former of which sees nothing wrong with Gray Hero's relationship with Gray Smurfette and Gray Wonder as well as the two Smurfettes expressing their love for each other.
  • Smurf In A Kilt: Fergus MacSmurf is the prime example. Hero and Hawkeye also dress in kilts during Hero's marriages to both Wonder and Smurfette.
  • A Threesome Is Hot: In the adaptation of "The Smurf Menace", Hero's Gray Smurf counterpart is married to both Gray Smurfette and Gray Wonder at the same time, who not only love Gray Hero but also each other.
  • We Can Rule Together: In the "King Smurf" adaptation from the cartoon show, Brainy tempts Smurfette with the possibility of her being his queen and ruling beside him over the Smurf Village together. She rejects and joins the rebels.
  • Wedding Episode: "Hero's Wedding" has Hero marry his Opposite-Sex Clone and Second Love Wonder Smurfette — which makes Smurfette, his first love, jealous and going through the same situation as her cartoon show counterpart did in The Smurfs (1981) special "Smurfily Ever After", trying to imagine herself with another Smurf as her husband. The wedding gets crashed before it happens when Hogatha and Chlorhydris have both Wonder and Smurfette kidnapped, but Hero with the help of Hawkeye rescues them both from the evil witches' grasp and proceeds with the wedding. Smurfette does get married to Hero years later after Wonder dies in a mini-story.
  • Weddings for Everyone: The series has a wedding day for all the Smurfs that had Opposite-Sex Clone love interests they wanted to marry (except for Hero and Wonder, who were previously married) in order to satisfy the Smurfs who wanted to consummate their love with their love interests and keep things honest and legal.
  • Wedding Smashers: Hogatha and Chlorhydris team up together to disrupt the wedding of Hero and Wonder by having both Wonder and Smurfette kidnapped and held prisoner together, and also forcing Hero to make a Sadistic Choice of who to save, which was averted with the help of his friend Hawkeye.