|Race||Humanoid in appearance|
|Occupation||Resident of the Imaginarium|
|Known Relations||Polaris Psyche (love interest)|
|Voice Actor||Martha Hackett (Desired)|
|First Appearance||"Polaris' Fantasy"|
|Universe||Empath: The Luckiest Smurf|
"I used to like living in an imaginary world, but now all I want is someone real."
Elatia was a female humanoid being who was trapped within an Imaginarium crystal in the fanfiction story, "Polaris' Fantasy". She was discovered by Polaris Psyche during the celebration of the Summer Solstice inside the Imaginarium when he preferred to be by himself instead of with his fellow Smurfs. She entertained him in playing with the Psychelisphere puzzle game, and Polaris found himself attracted to her.
The following day he went into the Imaginarium fantasy setting where he had found her and spent some private time together in intimate activity. It was during this intimation that Polaris learned that Elatia was a real person and not a mere Imaginarium fantasy creation.
Empath, who had found Polaris with Elatia during a time when nobody was supposed to be in the Imaginarium, did not believe Polaris' claims and thus had Elatia removed from the setting, which made Polaris so angry that he stormed out of the Imaginarium wearing only his underwear. However, Elatia now resided in Polaris in spirit form, wanting him to transfer her into a suitable physical host, which in this case turned out to be Smurfette.
With Smurfette now possessed by Elatia and the two of them struggling over the same physical form, Polaris took Elatia on a tour throughout the Smurf Village so she could see for herself the world that he lived in. Unfortunately, the strain of the struggle between Elatia and Smurfette was too much for the assumed form, and eventually Empath and Polaris had to purge Elatia completely from Smurfette's body, restoring Smurfette to normal. Before Elatia was purged, she thanked Polaris for showing her the real world one last time.
- Elatia's character is based on Maraynna, the holodeck character that appeared in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Alter Ego".
She would most likely be voiced by Martha Hackett, who played the Cardassian spy character Seska in Star Trek: Voyager.