Season 3, Ep 70 - Arnor's Next Feat

Season 3, Ep 70 - Arnor's Next Feat
Hello from the Magic Tavern episode
Air date December 7, 2020
Episode no. S03E70
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Hosts Arnie, Chunt, Usidore
Guests Arnor the Warrior
Producers Arnie Niekamp, Matt Young, Adal Rifai
Post-production coordination Garrett Schultz
Earwolf producer Kimmie Lucas
Editor Stephen Dranger
Logo Allard Laban
Theme music Andy Poland
Special assistance Ryan DiGiorgi
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"Arnor's Next Feat" is the seventieth episode of season three of Hello from the Magic Tavern. It was originally released on December 7, 2020.


Arnor the legendary warrior crashes into Castle Skullmaster with some surprising news.


Finally done with the 1989 tapes, the Mysterious Man tunes back into the Foon broadcast only to fine that it has been airing for the last few weeks. To save time, he plays the last hour.

Cynthia the Rat is skittering around Castle Skullmaster when Wictor the Guard confronts her about his fruits. When he sees the microphones, they both scatter just before Usidore and Chunt are forced back into the world. Chunt still has his Chunk outfit and takes it off in a dramatic fashion. Arnie follows them back, in his own body and, luckily, without the obsidian sword in his chest. Now that the obsidian sword is no longer in Arnie and found on the floor, Chunt wishes to rename the sword, which Arnie decides to let them name it. They settle on the name, Usidore’s Hand, for when Usidore’s Arm turned obsidian prior to the destruction of The Void.

They recap their 1989 adventures, to which Arnie remarks that he had no memories of them prior to coming to Foon. But the adventure proved to have useful information; the last artifact may have be implanted into Arnie by a Mysterious Man.

Arnor the Warrior bursts through the wall, shrouding his entrance with dust. Both sides almost immediately recognizes each other. Arnor then explains how he got there; using obsidian to tear through each wall of the Shattering/Fragmenting until he reached Castle Skullmaster. Seeing that the Shattering/Fragmenting is essentially fixed, Usidore wonders who won the bet between him and Baron Ragoon since neither side technically solved it. Arnie wonders why they were fighting in the first place. Arnor wishes to kill Arnie right then and there, but cannot since it would lead the Dark Lord straight to Arnor. Although he is still indebted to the Dark Lord, he angered the Dark Lord by breaking the barriers since he was the one who created it, contrary to previous belief. The Dark Lord used the Fragmenting to separate his enemies, leaving the isolated. He gathered his minions and allies, including Arnor, to the Bornean Hot Springs to celebrate. After bonding with his best friend, the Soul Walker and getting to know one of the souls, Lady Mirabelle, more intimately, Arnor goes on a nature walk. During this time, the Fragmenting started, separating Arnor as well. Luckily, he was in a pocket of Foon that includes the Bornean Obsidian mines, which he had mined all of it. He used that obsidian to try to carve his way back to Lady Mirabelle, however Arnor is bad with direction. While Arnor is explaining all this, Arnie, Chunt, and Usidore all allude to Arnor's missing testicles.

Usidore wishes to help Arnor, especially if this means it will bring him back to the side of good. Arnor wishes for Usidore to kill the Dark Lord, which he happily agrees to. However, Arnor does warn him that in order to reach the Dark Lord, he must penetrate his area of the Fragmenting, which would destroy the obsidian sword. Arnor offers the last remaining obsidian, which is fashioned into two small balls. To thank him, he says he will use them to make the Dark Lord choke on them and telling him they were Arnor's balls.

Arnie continues to podcast and asks about the relationship between Arnor and Lady Mirabelle. Despite having a current best friend relationship with the Soul Walker, he got to know Lady Mirabelle in a more intimated level. When Chunt tries to speak in a more feminine voice, Arnor remarks that he sounds like Lady Mirabelle like that. The group wonders how they can "take the next step" when Lady Mirabelle is essentially a ghost and Arnor can't have sex with her, but he say that they manage. They suggest they roleplay to help Arnor figure out what he would say to Lady Mirabelle when he gets back; Chunt playing Lady Mirabelle, Usidore setting the scene with magic, and Arnie gets transformed into a rock. Arnor has no problem expressing himself and flirting with Chunt. Chunt reciprocates and gets really forward with Arnor. Before the scene becomes too much like foreplay, Arnor asks them to stop an realizes what he must do; he wants his body to be taken over by Lady Mirabelle.

With this new drive on sight, Arnor thanks the group, except Arnie, for the experience and leaves the Castle. Usidore is glad that it all went well, even to the point that Arnor didn't even threaten to kill Arnie before he left. He is also reminded that he has a spell to regrow Arnor's parts, something he promises to use the next time that they see him. Now that the group has their own new path, the trio are ready to leave Castle Skullmaster, but afraid to have an awkward encounter with Arnor after just parting. They try to use the back door and end up running into him anyway. Usidore once again forgets to use the spell.


There are no new emails this week.

New characters

  • Cynthia the Rat (finally heard)

Recurring Characters

  • Wictor the Guard
  • Baron Ragoon (mentioned)
  • The Dark Lord (mentioned)
  • Soul Walker (mentioned)
  • Lady Mirabelle, one of its souls (mentioned)
  • Crispix Versin Generix, the pervert, and another one of the Soul Walker's souls (mentioned)

Earth References

  • Sweepsweek
  • C.S.I. Miami (meme)
  • "Throw your hands in the air and wave them like you just don't care"
  • I Love the 80s
  • The Butterfly Effect
  • Zagnut candy
  • Cocoon, Cocoon 2: the Return
  • The Ugly Duckling
  • Bugs Bunny, Looney Tunes cartoons
  • Breakfast at Tiffany's
  • "Hero" by Foo Fighters
  • Milwaukee
  • Wendy's


  • The previous name of the obsidian sword was "Obsidian Doom", named by Dripfang, who forged the sword in the first place.
  • Usidore is surprised that neither he nor Baron Ragoon won their bet over who would fix the Shattering, but says the same bet he had against Arnie was never a serious one.
  • After being turned into a rock, Arnie still had the desire to be drank, making it more of a him thing than a mug thing.

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