|Also Known As||Nobody Smurf|
Anon Emmaus Smurf (real name)
Schtroumpf Anonymes (Schtroumpf translation)
|Nationality||Smurf Village, unknown clan|
|Occupation||Not specified; was believed by Sophia to be the temporary monarch of the Smurf Village|
|Marital Status||Presently single|
|Universe||Empath: The Luckiest Smurf|
|Name Translation of Anonymous Smurf|
"I prefer to remain Anonymous."
Anon Emmaus "Anonymous" Smurf is a Smurf character who is part of the EMPATH: The Luckiest Smurf story series.
He is a Smurf who is simply called by this name due to a total lack of any distinctive characteristics that his fellow Smurfs have. His parents didn't like the name Anonymous, so they mostly called him Anon, which is based on his birth name Anon Emmaus. Because of this, he can pretty much be anybody and nobody, which sometimes can frustrate him when it comes to having recognition and other times suits him fine when he doesn't want people to recognize him. He is analogous to Nobody Smurf from the cartoon show, and like his counterpart was able to defeat Mystico when he was released from the fountain to cause trouble to the other Smurfs.
Brainy's daughter Sophia used Anonymous as the main antagonist of her story "The Once And Smurfy King", claiming that it was he instead of Brainy that became King Smurf, or rather the title that he supposedly used for himself, Lord Smurf the First. Anonymous when he read the story for himself found it rather amusing that Sophia never believed that her own father really was King Smurf.
Clothing And Appearance
Anonymous wears a standard white Smurf hat and pants. In "The Once And Smurfy King", it is assumed that Anonymous wore a gold-colored Smurf suit along with a crown and a royal robe during his reign as Lord Smurf the First, which was later replaced with him wearing a hat in the shape of a warrior's helmet. He initially carried a mushroom-topped scepter, but that was later replaced with a sword.
- The name Emmaus comes from the town which two of Jesus' disciples were on the road to in the book of Luke from the Holy Bible, where they met with Jesus after His resurrection.