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"You know, it's true what they say about little boys... born with no natural inclination to share." ―Diana, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
"You know, it's true what they say about little boys... born with no natural inclination to share." ―Diana, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
This article contains major spoilers for Peacemaker. You have been warned.

"How did my sperm grow into a nancy boy like you?"
―Auggie Smith to Christopher Smith[src]

August Ransom "Auggie" Smith, also known as the White Dragon, is the bigoted father of Christopher Smith, the vigilante known as the Peacemaker.

Biography

Training his son

Having been a soldier, Auggie Smith had a son named Christopher Smith whom he trained since the moment he was born to become a powerful assassin. Under the racist views of his father, Christopher Smith was influenced and eventually made a commitment to peace by murdering anyone who stood in his way.[1]

"The answer is always more." ―Max Lord, Wonder Woman 1984
"The answer is always more." ―Max Lord, Wonder Woman 1984
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Personality

"Your dad is not a good man."
"He's still family.
"
Leota Adebayo and Peacemaker[src]

Auggie is described as "a strongly opinionated, vulgar, small-town racist who is powerful and cunning."[2]

Abilities

"His father was a soldier who trained his son how to kill from the moment he was born."
Amanda Waller to Bloodsport[src]

Smith was a soldier who trained his son in weapons and hand-to-hand combat. Under his tutelage, his son would become a formidable vigilante.

  • Keen intellect: TBA
    • Expert leader: TBA
    • Expert engineer: TBA

Weaknesses

  • Irrational Hatred: TBA

Equipment

Relationships

Family

Allies

Enemies

Trivia

  • Smith's passcode for the Peacemaker armory is 261011.

Behind the scenes

  • In DC Comics, Wolfgang Schmidt was a Nazi who ran a concentration camp during World War II. When the war ended, he met a children's book author named Elizabeth Lewis and had a child together named Christopher that they raised in Austria. After they learned about his past, Wolfgang Schmidt became broken and committed suicide on Christopher's fifth birthday. His death haunted Christopher and was a factor in him becoming Peacemaker.

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