After Ariel had defeated Ursula, she fled to her cave once again, unhappy and fighting to keep her peace of mind. Evil was flooding her head as she spent her time resurrecting her minions—Flotsam and Jetsam. She knew that without them she’d surely be driven insane, more so than she already was.
With them, she began plotting her revenge, slowly and down to the most specific details. This time, Ursula wanted to make sure they would perish, that she would rule the seas mercilessly. There was no room for mistakes this time around. Her destiny was waiting, and for the perfect plan, it would wait even longer, especially because she wanted them to suffer. Essentially, if Ariel and her family suffered, ruling the seas didn’t matter. That’s all it’d take to satisfy Ursula at this point.
One early morning as she looked into her cauldron, viewing worlds and different realities just because, Ursula fell on Fantasia. She’d watched it for what seemed like forever. It was run by the villains and she wanted to be a part of it, especially for what they were doing to the lowly heroes. But Ursula knew that they would send someone for her, because, obviously she was of priority compared to any other villain (or so she believed). She waited for her personal invitation like a lion ready to pounce. As she suspected, she was sent a letter all by its lonesome. Ursula was completely ready for it all. She sent Flotsam and Jetsam away to find her sister, Morgana, so they could free her and tell her about Fantasia.
Ursula crossed into Fantasia rather quickly and willingly; she used her powers to raise her Burlesque Lounge from the ground up, as well as her three story house, set distant from the rest of the houses. She takes herself up as Ursula Seawin, a young, unpredictable person. The diva performs as her main act in Burlesque, and spends her time near the water usually. Her outlandish personality sometimes worries the citizens in Fantasia, the way she could snap from indifferently kind to downright cruel—but that was none of her concern.
Ursula manipulates to get what she wants through the day, raising hell softly and slowly; through the night she settles with the deep embedded personal issues laying deep inside her. The woman waits patiently for her family to come by—her Morgana, Flotsam, and Jetsam—making deals with the ‘heroes’ that ultimately lead to failure and performing all in her meanwhile.