|Princess Trachea-Aurelia Belaroth|
|Air Date: April 20, 2015||Episode Link|
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|Hosts: Arnie, Chunt, Usidore||Guests: Princess Trachea-Aurelia Belaroth|
|Producers: Arnie Niekamp, Evan Jacover, Ryan DiGiorgi|
|Editor: Ryan DiGiorgi||Theme Music: Andy Poland||Logo: Allard Laban|
|Audio Assistance: Jason Knox
Production Assistant: Garrett Schultz
"I get to meet my first real princess on the podcast this week. The name “Belaroth” sounds familiar."
Usidore seems down. To cheer him up, Arnie says that he's been working on the list of possible names for The Dark Lord that Usidore told him to make back in episode 1. He asks Usidore to make sure none of them is the actual name of The Dark Lord, so as to avoid saying it in the future. The closest he gets is "Candyman," causing Usidore to advise him not to say it three times.
Princess Trachea explains that she's searching for her brother Tomblain Belaroth. He is ahead of her in the line of royal succession and she wants to know if he's dead or not, in case something happens to her parents (such as her poisoning them). She makes it pretty clear she wants to be Queen at any cost. Arnie narrowly avoids revealing that he's met Tomblain before.
Otok Barleyfoot tells the Princess there's a rumor about her brother: he's gay. There's also still that rumor that Arnie is gay, and another rumor that Arnie may be married to a goat. Usidore and the Princess get into an argument, causing Usidore to enter the wizard state. When he comes out of it, he's in better spirits.
Princess Trachea talks about how Foon will change when she is Queen. It seems pretty harsh. Usidore then tries to banish the evil from the Princess, but nothing much happens.
Otok remembers years ago when he and his daughter Activia visited the Kingdom of the Northeast to catch a glimpse of the Princess. As she passed, the Princess threw a stone at Activia, opening a wound on her head. Activia kept and treasured the stone.
Arnie reads some email questions, one of which is "Can the wizard actually cast any spells?" Usidore explains that the question doesn't refer to him, but to his friend Can the Wizard, who can indeed cast spells, and is responsible for the anti-goblin enchantment on the Vermilion Minotaur.