Transylbabies is the thirty-eighth episode of the first season of Mighty Magiswords, and thirty-eighth episode overall.
Baby sitters Vambre and Prohyas attack Transylbiria monster townspeople in misguided attempts to keep Snowmanpire babies safe.
- Rodeo Magisword
- Zombie Pumpkin Magisword
- Chainsaw Magisword
- Snowcone Magisword
- Mummy Magisword
- Grabby Giraffe Magisword
- Gummy Sticky Hand Magisword
- Spiderweb Magisword
- Ground Pound Magisword
- Oinkus Oinkus Magisword
- Boomerang Magisword
- Super Shooting Star Magisword
- Paper Bag Magisword
- Big Bad Boot Magisword
- Hook Magisword
- Sun Face Magisword
- Wickernassper Magisword
- Sharkblade Magisword
- Blow Dryer Magisword
- Excaliburger Magisword
- Rad Rocket Magisword
Super Teamwork Combo
- ?? (Sharkblade + Zombie Pumpkin Magisword) - interrupted with Officer Eightdor arresting Vambre, Prohyas and four Transylbiria monsters.
- The title of this episode is a word play of "Transylberia" and "babies".
- The title card is a reference to the 1968 film Rosemary's Baby.
- The Warriors meeting the Transylberian monsters is a homage to Bob Clampett's Daffy Duck short, The Great Piggy Bank Robbery.
- The Snowmanpires on snowmobiles' appearances are similar to Big Daddy Roth's art.
- Vambre accusing the Long Underwear Wolf for eating a snowbaby and yelled "Great Scott!" is a direct reference of a character Dr. Emmett Brown's catchphrase from the Back to the Future movie series.
- Prohyas' line "Snowgres? They have layers." is a reference to "Ogres have layers." from the first Shrek movie.
- Prohyas gives Frostferatu the Warriors for Hire business card might be taking place after "Hideous Hound".
- Officer Eightdor's appearance had a striking resemble to Officer Fordor.
- Officer Fordor is the second character to have a doppleganger.
- The Phantom of the Igloo is a frozen-themed pun on The Phantom of the Opera.
- The Creature from the Frozen Lagoon is also this on The Creature from the Black Lagoon.
- While the Warriors do good deeds for the Transylberia townspeople, the instrumental version of "What Is In Grup's Soup?" from "Squirreled Domination" can be heard.