One of the most dramatic Smurfs adventures ever begins with the animals fleeing the forest because of a deadly forest fire. The Smurfs attempt to extinguish the fire, but after several attempts fail, Papa Smurf makes a selfless decision to blow up the Smurf Dam. It succeeds in putting out the fire, but destroys the Smurf Village and all of Farmer Smurfâ€™s crops. The Smurfs travel north to another part of the forest to procure food, but while theyâ€™re away, their nemesis, Gargamel stumbles upon the wreckage of the Smurfs Village. Gargamel concludes the Smurfs mustâ€™ve relocated, and that wonders if heâ€™ll ever see the Smurfs again. But the Smurfs do return to their village and are startled to see Gargamelâ€™s footprints. As if that wasnâ€™t bad enough, the Smurfs sense they are being watchedâ€”and they are! Not by Gargamel, but by the Wild Smurfâ€”a Smurf that was once lost and raised in the forest. How do the Smurfs possibly survive losing their homes, and losing the security of knowing that Gargamel couldnâ€™t ever find their village before, while attempting to deal with a totally uncivilized Smurf?