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PostSubject: Character Change (again) from Ness to Ganondorf   Mon Mar 24, 2008 1:51 am

the reason I was Ness is cuz my friend used my account while I was on vacations so I'm changing back to Ganondorf


Name: Ganondorf (Weilder of the Triforce of Power)

Gender: Male

Good or Evil: Evil

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Strengths: Triforce

Weaknesess: Link (Weilder of the Triforce of Courage), Zelda (Weilder of the Triforce of Wisdom)

Homeland: Hyrule (More specifically Gerudo Valley)

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Since the series began, Ganon has taken the role of the primary antagonist. As such, he has appeared in almost every game in the series, some of which hide his existence until late in the game. When he does not appear, the antagonist role is filled by another character, such as Majora in Majora's Mask, Bellum in Phantom Hourglass, and Vaati in both The Minish Cap and Four Swords. In Link's Awakening, DethI (the physical form of The Wind Fish's Nightmares) fills the role of the antagonist. During the final battle, Dethl assumes several forms, all of which are based on villains and creatures from Link's past. While Ganon does not fill the role of the antagonist in this game, one of Dethl's forms is called "Ganon's Shadow" and is constructed from Link's memories of their battle.

In Ocarina of Time, Ganondorf is known as the King of the Gerudo, by virtue of being the only male in the tribe born once every 100 years. Ganondorf learns of the legend of the Triforce and seeks to attain it with the aid of his servants, Twinrova. He makes several attempts to steal the sacred stones in order to enter the Sacred Realm, but each time he is unsuccessful. When Link obtains all three, Ganondorf uses this opportunity to seize the Triforce when Link removes the Master Sword, the final key to the Sacred Realm. His unbalanced heart only allows him to receive the Triforce of Power (with Wisdom and Courage going to Zelda and Link respectively). His Triforce piece allows him to cause numerous disasters for all of Hyrule, and in doing so, become the King of Evil.
By the time seven years had passed, he had placed monsters in the Sages' temples to prevent them from hearing their "awakening call". When Link awakened from the Sacred Realm as a young adult, Ganondorf watched him, waiting for when Zelda would reveal herself. Ganondorf is eventually able to capture the final sage — Princess Zelda — forcing Link into a direct confrontation. Although bested by Link in the ensuing battle atop his tower, he uses the remains of his power to destroy his tower, in hope of finishing Link and Zelda. Though they escape, thinking him defeated, Ganondorf emerges from the rubble and transforms into the monstrous sword-wielding boar-like demon, Ganon. After an epic battle, the Seven Sages imprison Ganon in the Sacred Realm where he vows to return and exterminate the descendants of Link and Zelda as long as the Triforce of Power remains in his hand.
In Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages, the Twinrova sisters attempt to revive Ganon by causing sorrow in Labrynna, destruction in Holodrum and despair by sacrificing Princess Zelda. However, when Link saves Zelda, the ritual is incomplete, and, left with no other options, the Twinrova sisters use themselves as the sacrifice. While the King of Evil is brought back to life, Ganon becomes nothing more than a mindless beast bent on destruction, failing to retain his mind due to the wrong sacrifice in the ritual.

In The Wind Waker, it is revealed that before the events of the game, Ganon, who had been sealed away at the end of Ocarina of Time, managed to free himself. He spread darkness across the land once again, but unlike his previous attempt to rule over the land, he was faced with no opposition by the Hero of Time. When Ganon's goals finally seemed within his reach, the Gods intervened, flooding the kingdom and hiding the remains underneath an ocean. While his conquest had been delayed, not all was lost. If Ganon could find the Triforce of Wisdom and the Triforce of Courage, then he could wish for the kingdom to return. Thus began his search for the descendant of Zelda., and he sent his followers to bring him young blonde-haired girls with pointy ears.
One of the girls kidnapped by the Helmaroc King was Link's younger sister, so he set out to find her. When Link finally finds his sister, Ganon meets face to face with one of his two targets. However, Link manages to escape and begins to search for the Master Sword. This is what Ganon had hoped for, however, because the removal of the sword would return his power. Manipulating the course of events, Ganon not only manages to lead Link to the resting place of the Master Sword, where it is soon removed, but he also lures Link back to him in order to steal both Link and Zelda's respective Triforce pieces which he then uses to put the Triforce back together again in order to bring Hyrule to the surface, becoming its complete ruler. As Ganon is about to combine the pieces of the Triforce, he reveals the reason for his lust for power and control over Hyrule. He reveals that his country was filled with death and despair which would rain down even from the winds. Hyrule was a rich land filled with life, which Ganon coveted and desired to rule. Ganon then attacks Link and weakens him enough to take his and Zelda's Triforce pieces, and forms the Triforce. However, before Ganon can activate the Triforce, it is activated by the King of Hyrule, who wishes for Hyrule to remain flooded until further notice and the children saved. Ganon's composure finally snaps and he begins laughing maniacally, then attacks Link and Princess Zelda in a psychopathic rage. They retaliate and eventually defeat the dark king by impaling his head with the Master Sword. Ganon utters one last insane laugh and says, "The wind... it is blowing". He then turns into stone, and his body stays as Hyrule is flooded with water.
In Four Swords Adventures, Ganon's back-story is expanded. A Gerudo named Ganondorf is found to have stolen a trident that gives him incredible powers. With this weapon, he begins to seize control of parts of Hyrule, spreading evil and creating an army of Dark Links. When a worried Zelda and Link go to check on the seal in the Sanctuary of the Four Sword, a Dark Link reveals himself and begins to attack. Having no weapon to defend himself, Link is given no choice but to pull the Four Sword, releasing the Wind Mage, Vaati, once again. However, this was all part of Ganon's plan. Ganon planned to use Vaati as a scapegoat so that his actions would remain hidden. However, when Vaati is destroyed and Ganon is discovered to be the cause of everything, Link and Zelda go after him. As in The Wind Waker, Link and Zelda team up to defeat Ganon. Finally defeated, Ganon is sealed within the Four Sword.

In Twilight Princess, Ganon initially appears in a plot twist midway through the game, though he is really the one behind all of the events that have transpired throughout the story. Before the start of the game, he was banished to the Twilight Realm after a failed execution by the ancient sages, which left him with a glowing wound on his chest. Then, presenting himself as a god, he encounters Zant (who was built up to be the primary antagonist), giving him his power and convincing him to attempt conquest of the light world. He also serves as the final boss of the game in numerous phases, including one appearance as Ganon (in a more feral style than in previous appearances, mirroring Link's wolf form). In the final battle with Ganondorf, he used no magic attacks and only uses his sword, the same sword that the sages used to try and execute him, to try and defeat Link. At the end of the game Link defeats Ganondorf, impaling him through the wound in his chest with the Master Sword. After getting up and muttering a few words, Zant is shown snapping his own neck in a vision. Ganondorf gasps, his eyes glaze over, and the Triforce symbol on his hand disappears.
While Ganon does not appear in the story of Phantom Hourglass, he is seen in the game's opening sequence as "the evil king", which refers to the events of The Wind Waker.
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PostSubject: Re: Character Change (again) from Ness to Ganondorf   Mon Mar 24, 2008 11:39 am

Approved! BUT STOP SWITCHING CHARACTERS PLEASE!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Character Change (again) from Ness to Ganondorf   Mon Mar 24, 2008 2:54 pm

I know something... a trick o_O When ever you keep changing characters, you also need to make new skills, forms and vehicles. And that gives you posts o.o
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PostSubject: Re: Character Change (again) from Ness to Ganondorf   Mon Mar 24, 2008 3:44 pm

I told u the only reason I was Ness is because my friend used this account, I never gave him permission to change it either.
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PostSubject: Re: Character Change (again) from Ness to Ganondorf   Mon Mar 24, 2008 4:23 pm

I know that xD your friend changed to Ness without permission but... be lucky that he didn't made any skills >;D
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PostSubject: Re: Character Change (again) from Ness to Ganondorf   Tue Mar 25, 2008 10:58 am

What i don't get is why don't you or Sonic delete the persons old skills and wepons and all that when they change characters? It's just taking up spare space.

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PostSubject: Re: Character Change (again) from Ness to Ganondorf   Tue Mar 25, 2008 3:14 pm

We'll... the answer is... both of us are too lazy to erase them xD
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PostSubject: Re: Character Change (again) from Ness to Ganondorf   Tue Mar 25, 2008 7:44 pm

lol! Well i guess it's alright. Very Happy I'm just saying because when I changed from Master Cheif to Mario Sonic deleted all of my stuff.

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PostSubject: Re: Character Change (again) from Ness to Ganondorf   Wed Mar 26, 2008 8:55 am

Ahhh... But now we have many users :/ And it would take forever to delete them all
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PostSubject: Re: Character Change (again) from Ness to Ganondorf   Wed Mar 26, 2008 9:19 am

That's what Sonic (Snake at the time) did when I changed from Dante to Prince Salem. He deleted all my Dante skills and weapons.
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PostSubject: Re: Character Change (again) from Ness to Ganondorf   Wed Mar 26, 2008 12:03 pm

Oh alright.

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