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* ExcusePlotExcusePlot: Two witches duel to see who is more powerful. That is the whole plot.



* [[NotThatKindOfMage Not That Kind of Witch]]: The Seawitches don't comply with any of the conventional trappings of witches.

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* [[NotThatKindOfMage Not That Kind of Witch]]: NotThatKindOfMage: The Seawitches don't comply with any of the conventional trappings of witches.


[[caption-width-right:350:Meet [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ursula's]] sexy sisters.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Meet [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid [[WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaid1989 Ursula's]] sexy sisters.]]



* [[WizardDuel Witch Duel]]

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* [[WizardDuel WizardDuel: Witch Duel]]Duel


* DoesNotLikeShoes: Both Seawitches are barefoot.


'''Seawitch''' is an [[PhysicalPinballTables arcade pinball game]] designed by Mike Kubin and illustrated by Bob Timm. It was released in May 1980 by Creator/SternElectronics.

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'''Seawitch''' ''Seawitch'' is an [[PhysicalPinballTables arcade pinball game]] designed by Mike Kubin and illustrated by Bob Timm. It was released in May 1980 by Creator/SternElectronics.


[[caption-width-right:350:Meet [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ursela's]] sexy sisters.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Meet [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ursela's]] Ursula's]] sexy sisters.]]


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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Both Seawitches are barefoot.

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[[caption-width-right:350:Meet [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ursela's]] sexy sisters.]]

->''Beware the Sorcery of Seawitch!''

'''Seawitch''' is an [[PhysicalPinballTables arcade pinball game]] designed by Mike Kubin and illustrated by Bob Timm. It was released in May 1980 by Creator/SternElectronics.

Before an ominous storm-tossed shoreline, two Seawitches engage in a no-holds-barred battle for supremacy while a school of mermaids watch from the sidelines. Launch the ball to loop around the upper playfield and down to the flippers, then sweep the three banks of drop targets to advance the bonus and increase the multiplier. Against the sounds of crashing waves, raise the value of the spinner, then use the two upper flippers to fling the ball around the Rip Tide and quickly build up your score.

Although it doesn't feature any innovative twists, ''Seawitch'' is regarded as a classic pin from Stern Electronics, with a wide variety of shots and surprisingly fast action wrapped up in a gorgeous aquatic art package. This was the first game programmed by longtime arcade programmer Bill "Pfutz" Pfutzenreuter, and was the first standard-body pinball from Stern to offer seven-digit scoring.

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!!''Seawitch'' demonstrates the following tropes:

* BladeOnAStick: One Seawitch is equipped with a shield and a polearm.
* ChainmailBikini[=/=]{{Stripperiffic}}: The Seawitches enter battle wearing ''very'' skimpy chainmail bikinis.
* ExcusePlot
* FloatingHeadSyndrome: The playfield features the disembodied head of a Seawitch glaring at the player.
* HorseArcher: One Seawitch is firing a bow while riding atop a giant winged fish.
* HotWitch: The Seawitches are sexy young women battling each other while wearing skimpy {{Chainmail Bikini}}s.
* MasterOfOneMagic: The Seawitches presumably have magical talents related to the ocean.
* MonsterShapedMountain: A skull-shaped mountain can be seen in the distance.
* [[NotThatKindOfMage Not That Kind of Witch]]: The Seawitches don't comply with any of the conventional trappings of witches.
* SeaMonster: The Seawitches engage each other while riding monstrous sea creatures -- one is a giant fish with fangs and ragged wings, while the other is a barracuda-like serpent.
* [[WizardDuel Witch Duel]]

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