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Sea Witches are human-like sea creatures with magical powers that have been featured in Various parts of global folklore for centuries.
One sea witch named Morgana was a main contributor in luring sailors to their deaths. After falling in love with a young hero, who was sadly lost to the sea, she vowed to help other heroes and sailors in their travels. This caused her to be outcasted amount her sisters. After trying to help a son of the Roman war god Ares, she was impaled with a spear and dissolved into the sea foam, her final resting place.
Along with their inclusion in older stories, sea witches have been included in contemporary stories as well.
- Ursula, the main antagonist in Disney's The Little Mermaid (1989) is a sea witch who is a Cecaelia (a half-human half-octopus creature). In the TV series, her kind were referred to as Octopins (the Disney name for the Cecaelias). In The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea, it was revealed that Ursula had a sister named Morgana who is also a sea witch like her.
- The Feldons 2012 album Goody Hallett and Other Stories is based on the legend of Goody Hallett, a sea witch who in the mid-1700s reputedly sold her soul to the Devil and lured sailors to their deaths on the rocks.
- The Sea Witch is a hero unit featured in the videogame Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne. The Sea Witches are the foremost of the Naga (night elves mutated into aquatic creatures by the Old Gods). The most prominent of them is Lady Vashj, the handmaiden of the infamous Queen Azshara and an ally of Illidan Stormrage.