How to have an enemy named Ursula in BitLife

Make them hate you.

If you are trying to complete the Under the Sea Challenge in BitLife, you must have an enemy named Ursula. But getting an enemy called Ursula seems pretty confusing and unclear. Luckily, it's not as complicated as it may seem. You can use two methods to get an enemy called Ursula in BitLife. The first is to have a child and name them Ursula, and the other is to use Godmode to change an NPC's name to Ursula.

How to use Godmode to change NPC names

To use Godmode to change an NPC's name to Ursula in BitLife, you first need to purchase it. Once Godmode is owned, you can click on an NPC's profile by going to the Relationship tab and clicking on any of the NPCs listed. Under an NPC's profile tab, you can find the Edit option. You can use the Edit option to change an NPC's name to Ursula. 

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How to have a child and name them Ursula

To have a child, you must have unprotected sex as a female or male character. Once your child is born, you can name them Ursula. 

How to make Ursula an enemy in BitLife 

Once an NPC is called Ursula, you can make them your enemy by doing hostile actions toward them. Actions such as insulting or spreading rumors will make Ursula hate you. Over time, if you make them hate you enough, they will eventually become your enemy. 

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