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» Smurf Forum » Turning Natural Smurf aswell as Slouchy and Snappy into Smurflings good idea or bad
Author Topic: Turning Natural Smurf aswell as Slouchy and Snappy into Smurflings good idea or bad
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Icon 1 posted 09-05-2012 09:33 PM      Profile for smurf it       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
Was it a good move to de-age Nat,Snappy and Slouchy into Smurflings.The Smurflings origins should had been done another way without them having to go back to childhood again.
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I believe they were supposed to be kids all along actually! [Sassette Smurfling]
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Icon 1 posted 09-07-2012 11:21 AM      Profile for smurf it       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
Actually they were AdultSmurfs who gotten de-age by Father Times magical Clock which turn them into kids all again.
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Much as I don't like this topic constantly getting regurgitated pointlessly (I would still suggest doing something more useful with these rants like creating fanfiction if you've got the talent), I've noticed that the comic book stories since "The Baby Smurf" and "The Smurflings" rarely if ever even use the characters introduced in them. Yeah, we do see the Smurflings in "Halloween" and Sassette and Snappy do appear in "You Can't Smurf Progress", but otherwise it's as if these characters just don't exist in the comic book universe. Studio Peyo probably knows that these characters were most likely created as Scrappy Doos for the cartoon show along with Grandpa, Wild, and Nanny, which is why they hardly even appear in the comic books.

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The last time i check people were entitle to their own opinions. I might do a fanfiction which sounds like a good idea, the Smurflings did reminded a whole lot of Scrappy-doo even tough he was a lot worser then them.


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Icon 1 posted 09-12-2012 01:47 AM      Profile for smurf it       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
I do wonder if Nat Smurfling had still been an adult Smurf he might have seem like a replacement for Tracker Smurf.

I do believe they should have had Smurflings on the show from the very start instead of during the de-aging thing on full grown Smurfs.

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I always wondered why grown-up Nat was in a good amount of episodes, but Slouchy and Snappy wete only seen as grown-up Smurfs in the Smurflings' episode.

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quote:
Originally posted by Cool Smurf:
I always wondered why grown-up Nat was in a good amount of episodes, but Slouchy and Snappy wete only seen as grown-up Smurfs in the Smurflings' episode.


That is a very good question. Natural Smurf appear in about 5 or 6 episodes, the Smurflings episode was the last appearance of the Adult Natural Smurf for the entire animated series, this episode also mark the first and only animated appearance of the Adult Snappy Smurf and Slouchy Smurf appearance on the entire show. It is the same episode were the three Adult Smurfs are turn into Smurflings.
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