|"Whose Hyas is it Anyway?"|
| Season 0, episode 10|
|Airdate:||October 1, 2015|
|Title Reference:||Whose Line is it Anyway?|
|Director:||Nick Bertonazzi Jr.|
|Story:||Kyle A. Carrozza|
| Written &|
|Kyle A. Carrozza|
"No Robots For Old Men"
"Warriors for Hire"
"Whose Hyas is it Anyway" is the tenth short of Mighty Magiswords and the final one Cartoon Network commissioned before the show was greenlit for a TV series released in Fall 2016.
The Warriors travel to futuristic Galacton and must figure out a way to get the Confusing Alien Magisword from Nohyas.
- Confusing Alien Magisword (Nohyas)
- Lobster Claw Magisword (Vambre; 5)
- Dolphin Magisword (Vambre; 5)
- This is the first major appearance of Nohyas.
- This is the final short of Mighty Magiswords. released as the show is picked up to be a full length TV series premiering in the fall of 2016.
- Currently the final 3-minute short as of now, the shorts are going to be 5-minutes.
- This short features the least amount of Magiswords used; only 2.
- This short reveals that dolphins are Prohyas' favorite animal and duckies are Nohyas' favorite animals.
- A hand resembling The Underground Hand Beast appears.
- This shorts title is a parody of the improv comedy television show "Whose Line is it Anyway?"
- Nohyas may be based on Negaduck from Darkwing Duck since creator Kyle Carrozza is a fan of the show, especially the ones animated in Australia, as both characters are mysterious dopplegangers of the central character. Coincidentally, Jim Cummings (voice of Negaduck and Darkwing Duck) voices The Keeper of the Mask in the short of the same name.
- Nohyas' voice is modeled after the late Randy "Macho Man" Savage, even copying his iconic catchphrase "OOOOOHHH YEAAAUHHHH!!!!" (and the alternative "NO YEAH!!!!").
- The duckies may be a reference to Dark Blade of Fire from MooBeard the Cow Pirate, a short created by Kyle Carrozza for Nickelodeon's Random! Cartoons. Dave (Gruber) Allen, voice of Dark Blade, voices Frostferatu in the series.
- The Confusing Alien Magisword made Prohyas' voice sound like Roger Rabbit.