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Tigtone regales Helpy with a story of the time he discovered an enchanted doorway, which only could be opened with several symbols of power held by four elemental kings. In his story, Tigtone fights the gargantuan Metal King, the hideous Blood King (Neil Hamburger), the pushover Lightning King, and the masochistic Pain King, receiving tokens of power from each one as he defeats them.
The episode was rated 8.15 from 20 votes.
The episode was rated 8.10 from 10 votes.
The Zuzzlekins and Fuzzlefolk are planning to be finally reunited when the rainbow bridge is formed. The evil Kaleido-Scoptor (Tom Kenny) tricks Tigtone and Helpy into giving him the Power Prism that would disrupt the rainbow bridge.
The episode was rated 7.92 from 12 votes.
Upon capturing Helpy, King Lavendar and Spaceress hold a death tournament to draw out Tigtone while having an assassin take him out during the fight. Tigtone fights his way through opponents like Horso, Man-Hands, Bear-Hands, Twoclops, and Sabreteeth. From their trap, Helpy works to find a way to warn Tigtone.
The episode was rated 7.91 from 11 votes.
A wine shortage has wracked Propecia, and several of the land's vineyards have gone missing, leaving the populace without much-desired wine to drink. King Queen tasks Tigtone with finding the cause of the wine shortage before it's too late. Tigtone and Helpy's travels lead them to an untouched vineyard, where they happily drink their fill of wine, only for the entire vineyard (along with the rest of Propecia's vineyards) to be uprooted by a band of sky pirates, lead by the vicious air pirate Zuviell (Grey DeLisle).
The episode was rated 7.86 from 22 votes.
Tigtone is rewarded for completing a quest by being transformed into a wizard. As he and Helpy marvel and delight in his newfound magical powers, Propecia prepares for its annual Wizard Hunt, during which an alignment of the land's many moons saps the land's magician community of its magical powers, rendering them mortal. Tigtone soon finds himself caught up in the middle of the hunt when his powers give out without warning, gravely injuring Helpy, who can no longer magically regenerate.
The episode was rated 7.85 from 20 votes.
After being called to investigate a series of murders at a local campsite, Tigtone deduces that the only way to get the answers he seeks is to enter the land of the dead and interrogate the spirits of those that were killed.
The episode was rated 7.78 from 18 votes.
Tigtone and Helpy are in a Demon Maze and keep starting back in the center because the demon Mæggonoth (Benjamin Martin) keeps catching Tigtone killing the demons that respawn there. As Tigtone works to resist killing the demons there, Helpy is stalked by a Ceruszimar (Blake Anderson) who tempts him into dealing with Tigtone before he makes another mistake even when he destroys the eggs of a critically endangered Thirdling.
The episode was rated 7.67 from 12 votes.
With new quests in Propecia, Tigtone and Helpy go on them. Prince Lavender finds out that his mother had an affair with Amothedeus and later visits his grave where he weeps.
The episode was rated 7.54 from 13 votes.
A spreading plague of beauty has wracked the land of Propecia, and made it impossible for Lord Festus to do his job, working best in a brutal and hideous environment. He calls upon Tigtone to find the source of the beauty plague (Which has already claimed Helpy, making him incredibly handsome) and put an end to it, to "re-uglify" the land.
The episode was rated 7.50 from 18 votes.
Tigtone and Helpy arrive in a city where everyone else has to scream or else they will die of an explosive death.
The episode was rated 7.50 from 12 votes.
After obtaining an amulet, Tigtone and Helpy follow one of Helpy's body parts back to the island where they find that Helpy's severed body parts have evolved into mutant creatures.
The episode was rated 7.42 from 12 votes.
The story is told from the perspective of the talking, murderous Bard Sword (John DiMaggio), recounting the story of his encounter with Tigtone to King Queen and Tigtone himself in front of an active volcano.
The episode was rated 7.35 from 20 votes.
Tigtone and Helpy arrive at Lord Festus' lair where they fight their way passed Lord Festus' troll army. Once they fight their way through, Tigtone engages Lord Festus' troll son Festroll (John DiMaggio) and slays him.
The episode was rated 7.33 from 12 votes.
Partway through a quest, Helpy reveals to Tigtone that they were on a quest of their own- to form a magical talisman known as the Jingis, which they had been doing over the course of the season with random trinkets found in each episode. Declaring that their life purpose was to help the greater good, Helpy takes the Jingis and disappears, but not before using it to bring the world into perfect balance and peacefulness.
The episode was rated 7.31 from 16 votes.
Last updated: dec 22, 2022
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