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Spoiler Ganon


Fish. Citizen of Foo
Sep 30, 2011
Ganon is still epic. Also i don't think it was annoying having TPs villain be Ganon, I mean did Demise annoy anyone?
May 5, 2012
It is not stupid, I love ganondorf as a villain, He is and always will be for me THE bad guy in Zelda. He was in the first one and in the best one (oot) I don't think his character should completely disappear, a game without him feels pretty incomplete (besides SS and TP)
Feb 1, 2012
I really liked the twist it brought in plus phase 4 of TP Ganon was my favorite fight with Ganon from any of the games.
Feb 23, 2011
Wow, what an old thread. Anyway, I thought Ganondorf's inclusion in Twilight Princess was forced. It felt as if Nintendo was backed into a wall, and Ganondorf was thrown in as a last resort. Although, there may be other factors involved in his inclusion such as fanservice and high demand. But above all else, Ganondorf was quintessentially a deus ex machina.

Wikipedia said:
A deus ex machina ( /ˈdeɪ.əs ɛks ˈmɑːkiːnə/ or /ˈdiːəs ɛks ˈmækɨnə/ day-əs eks mah-kee-nə; Latin: "god out of the machine"; plural: dei ex machina) is a plot device whereby a seemingly unsolvable problem is suddenly and abruptly solved with the contrived and unexpected intervention of some new event, character, ability, or object.


~ It's me, Dio!~
Jul 6, 2011
Absolute unit
TP's Ganon was a legitimate part of the story. Without him Zant could not have got that level of power so he was essential to the plot.


The Notorious M.O.P.
Mar 8, 2012
Ganondorf was not just 'thrown' in TP, he was an essential part of the plot. With him, Zant couldn't have obtained his power. And don't blame it on Miyamoto.

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