Season 1, Ep 3 - Orc Wanderer
Orc Wanderer
Usidore's Fetching Quests! episode
Offices & Bosses
Air date October 21, 2020
Episode no. Season 1, Ep 3
Episode Link
Cast
Hosts Usidore, Grimhoof
Guests Drempf Draggar
Production
Producer(s) Matt Young, Kimmie Lucas
Editor Garrett Schultz
Post-Production Coordination Garrett Schultz
Special assistance Ryan DiGiorgi
Theme music Andy Poland
Logo Allard Laban
Episode chronology
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"Orc Wanderer" is the third episode of the Usidore's Fetching Quests! miniseries. It was originally released on October 21, 2020.

Description

Upon the road, Usidore and Grimhoof encounter an orc who is just trying to find herself.

Summary

The second day of their quest draws to a close and Usidore & Grimhoof have found no magical item, leading Usidore to worry they are falling behind. Suddenly he and Grimhoof encounter an orc on the road. It is Drempf Draggar, who was left home to find herself, and is keen to avoid her brothers, who are hunting her to take her back home and put her to work.

Drempf wears the scarf of group she has joined that helps individuals find their purpose, working their way through levels until they reach delightenment. She begins to initiate Usidore & Grimhooff at their request, analyzing their fears. They all tie scarfs around their eyes visualize themselves as other people.

Grimhoof imagines himself as Cocheese, an even faster horse, but Drempf suggests he aim higher. He instead imagines he is a pony named Stardust, but Usidore freezes when the exercise makes him feel dishonest. On their final try, Drempf imagines she is Sparklebangle, a horse; Usidore is Thundermane, a horse, and Grimhoof is Hebrebrittyhinney Hahoohay, the fifth fastest human in Foon. Basking in mutual love and self-realization Usidore asks Drempf if she has any magical items that may be what they're looking for. Grimhoof realizes that the scarf her group gave out is the item, and she happily gives them one.

She asks Usidore & Grimhoof to join her in holding a hot stick, which they do, and then depart with their scarf.

Space bunker

Bunko is running Space Bunker Epsilon under its own initiative. Besides reading podcast credits, it has used the bunker's facilities to fabricated a "flesh goblin" worker, and has kidnapped an Al Capone from an alternate universe to do routine maintenance. Craig is unconcerned but PV3 is aghast.

Notes

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