Flirty Phantom is the seventh episode of the first season of Mighty Magiswords, and the seventh episode overall. It premiered on October 27, 2016.
The Warriors come upon a haunted house inhabited by a phantom who seems to have taken a liking to Prohyas...!
- Zombie Pumpkin Magisword (Vambre; 1)
- One Big Hole Magisword (Prohyas; 1)
- Gummy Sticky Hand Magisword (Prohyas; 2)
- Magnet Magisword (Prohyas; 3)
- Snowball Magisword (Vambre; 11)
- Rad Rocket Magisword (Vambre; 11)
- Boulder Magiswiord (Vambre; 6)
- Jackhammer Magisword (Vambre; 1)
- Chainsaw Magisword (Vambre; 5)
- Blow Dryer Magisword (Vambre; 7)
- Pogo Stick Magisword (Vambre; 5)
- Wad of Gum Magisword (Prohyas; 5)
- Flower Power Magisword (Prohyas; 2)
- Tomato Magisword (Prohyas; 1)
- Hoversword Magiswords (Prohyas & Vambre; 8)
Super Teamwork Combo
- Super Seed Hole (Zombie Pumpkin + One Big Hole Magisword)
- Grup Gag: Grup presses a button labeled "Don't Push this Button" and is ejected to the sky.
- This episode features the guest voice of Kate Micucci as The Flirty Phantom and storyboard artist/supervising director Ken Mitchroney as Penny's House and the Sales Deer.
- This episode reunites Grey Griffin and Kate Miccuci who were currently casting in Be Cool, Scooby Doo as Daphne Blake and Velma Dinkley, respectively.
- This episode reveals that Ralphio steals candy from babies and tricks the Warriors with fake maps for new Magiswords.
- In Magimobile apps, this episode obtain in the apps Jackhammer Magisword.
- Both this episode and its sister episode "Mushroom Menace" have been taken place in Translyberia.
- This episode reveals that Prohyas has never been kissed before or he doesn't what kissing really is.
- The translator for the golden squirrels in the episode "Squirreled Domination" returns translating for the Long Underwear Wolves.
- Phil repeats his catchphrase from the short "Dolphinominal".
- Vambre calling Penny an overly-friendly ghost is a reference to Casper the Friendly Ghost.
- Penny calling Prohyas her "sweet-baboo" is a reference to Peanuts in which Sally Brown referred to Linus as such.