|Also Known As||Jonas Henrikson Smurf (birth name)|
Schtroumpf Archéologue (Schtroumpf translation)
|Nationality||Smurf Village, unknown clan|
|Occupation||Archeologist, adventurer, curator|
|Marital Status||Presently single|
|Voice Actor||Troy Baker (Desired)|
|Universe||Empath: The Luckiest Smurf|
"I'm sure there must be something worth smurfing in these ruins."
Jonas Henrikson "Indiana" Smurf is a Smurf character who is part of the EMPATH: The Luckiest Smurf story series.
He is a Smurf who likes to study archeology and likes to fancy himself as a dashing daring adventurer, to which end he dresses in a manner similar to the fictional human character of Indiana Jones. Also to that same end, he's one of the few Smurfs his age who's able to grow facial hair, although it doesn't grow any further than to just give him facial stubble. Indiana is particularly embarrassed by this, as he is unable to shave it off completely without it regrowing, nor could he use a hair tonic to make it grow in fully, as Brainy in "Symbols Of Wisdom" attempted to grow his own beard by using a magical hair tonic only for his beard to fully cover the entire village. He's an expert at wielding a whip and has taught Empath how to properly use one. When not busy as an explorer, Indiana works as a curator of the Smurf house of archives.
Clothing And Appearance
Normally Indiana wears a standard white Smurf hat and pants. During his adventures, he would wear a leathery brown Smurf hat, pants, and a jacket. He constantly has a small amount of facial hair growth which he finds rather embarrassing. In his later years, Indiana lost an eye and was given an artificial eye created by Handy which was worn over the missing eye like an eyepatch.
The desired voice actor for this character would be Troy Baker, who was the voice of Booker DeWitt from the Bioshock Infinite video game.
- His real name of Jonas Henrikson is a variant of Henry Jones, the real name of both Indiana Jones from his namesake movie series and that of his father.
- The eyepatch Indiana wears is based on the one that the character Alastor "Mad-Eye" Moody wears in the Harry Potter book and film series.