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Ganon
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Name

Ganon

Titles

King of the Moblins

Race

Moblin

Gender

Male

Family

Unnamed Moblin (mother)
Demise (foster father)
Vaylanon (daughter)

Birth

Demise, Old Moblin Kingdom

Death

0 AG
Fire Temple, Death Mountain Crater, Death Mountain Range

Weaponry

Trident of Power

Music Themes

Ganon is the King of the united Moblins during the Rise of Ganon.

Physical CharacteristicsEdit

Ganon is an unusually large Moblin, towering over 3 metres in height, twice the size of an average member of his race, with glowing yellow eyes and blue fur. He displays a prominent snout, a pair of thick horns, and his right tusk has noticeably never grown.

Ganon wears a Zuna-forged set of iron armor with a red and gold cape. He utilizes the Trident of Power, a massive specially-crafted Zuna Trident, in combat.

Timeline Edit

1 BG - Ganon declares full war on the Kingdom of Hyrule by launching a surprise attack upon Lon Lon Ranch.

1 BG - Ganon captures Nylin Zelda I after ambushing her escort.

1 BG- Ganon takes Kakariko and meets Bongo in the Shadow Temple. The Blins and Dark Interlopers ally.

1 BG- Ganon leads the Blin army into the Scared Zuna Lands, defeating Zalunbar's tournament army and securing a Darknut-Blin alliance.

1 BG - The Blins, Darknut Legion, and Dark Interlopers take Hyrule Prime, killing King Daphnes Nohansen Hyrule.

0 AG - Ganon declares war on the Volvagian Empire, conquering Death Mountain Crater. He and Dakkon reach a truce and declare as allies.

0 AG- Ganon discovers he has been betrayed by Bongo and is killed by Nylin Zelda I in the Fire Temple.

HistoryEdit

Spoiler warning!
This section contains plot details.

Rise of GanonEdit

Ganon was born in Demise. Both of his parents fell victim to roving bands of Hylian knights, who often launch raids into Blin territories and hunt them for sport. With her last words, Ganon's mother told him that the Hylians are barbaric monsters who don't know any better than slaughter. Moments later, the Blin god Demise appears before Ganon, takes him as his protégé and trains him to be a powerful general and warrior.

When Ganon grows up, he becomes the first Blin leader in five millennia to unite the warring tribes into one powerful state under the Blin Council. He gathers the leaders of the Blin races and forms a plan to destroy the Hylians, by capturing Princess Nylin Zelda I, daughter of King Daphnes Nohansen Hyrule and forcing her to reveal the location of the Triforce, the divine power of the Golden Goddesses.

Ganon succeeds in capturing Zelda and occupying two Hylian towns, Lon Lon Ranch and Kakariko, but Zelda remains silent on the Triforce's location. Fortunately for him, a renegade Sheikah called Bongo agrees to help him discover the location of the Triforce from the Princess, if he helps her confront the source of her nightmares in the Shadow Temple. After delving into the temple, finding and defeating Bongo's quarry - the Druthulidi Dethl - she resolves to help him.

With the help of Bongo's Eye of Truth, Ganon discovers the location of the Triforce: under the King's throne in Hyrule Castle. Bongo advises him to seek allies in the Gerudo Desert, as Hyrule Castle is the most fortified location in the kingdom. Ganon first attempts to parlay with the Gerudo Circle of Warlords, who, in their pride, reject his offers; in return, Ganon curses them by poisoning the oases in the desert, preventing male Gerudo from being born.

Following Bongo's advice, Ganon then leads an army further west to the Gerudo Cliffs, land of the Darknut Legion and the Zuna, and challenges the Darknut God King Zalunbar in a tournament, for then he'll be compelled to accept Ganon's wish that Zalunbar and his army join the Moblins in their conquest. Even though Zalunbar tries his best to avoid this by first cheating and then suddenly 'changing' his mind when Ganon defeats his army, he eventually has to submit to Ganon when Ganon mentions the Triforce to Vaati, who tells him that it was the power left behind by the Wind Tribe seeked by Zalunbar five millennia past.

When the Moblin-Darknut-Sheikah alliance defeats the Hylian garrison, Ganon enters Hyrule Castle and confronts King Daphnes Nohansen Hyrule in his throne room. The King taunts Ganon and belittles the Moblins as simple monsters who only seek to destroy the world. Ganon, enraged, tosses the King away and overturns his throne, but cannot find the Triforce. Fortunately for him, Bongo is still able to extract the Triforce's new location - Spectacle Rock - from King Nohansen, with Dethl's Eye of Truth.

Before King Nohansen dies, Ganon allows his daughter to speak to him for a last time before having her executed as well. Unfortunately, just as he leaves the throne room and the executioner prepares to behead Zelda, Impa sneaks in, kills the executioner and frees the Princess.

Ganon takes control of the Fire Temple from the Volvagians and successfully wins Dakkon, the incumbent Sage of Fire and King of Death Mountain, to his side, but shortly after that, the Hylians, Gorons and loyal Sheikah under command of Zelda, Impa, Rauru and Darunia assault the Fire Temple. Ganon sends Ogalon and Dakkon to deal with the invaders while he extracts the Triforce from its cradle.

However, Ganon was not aware of Bongo's ulterior motives: the real Triforce is under Lake Hylia in the Water Temple, and Bongo lied to Ganon in order to covet the Triforce for herself and her followers, the Dark Interlopers. After realising that Bongo played him for a fool and lied about the Triforce's location, he is so filled with despair that he collapses into a sobbing fit. When Zelda arrives, Ganon does not even bother resisting and is easily cut down.

At this moment, the contents of the diary which he kept during the whole war is finally revealed: crude, childish drawings of Hylians and Moblins living together in peace. It turns out he wanted to use the power of the Triforce to end the enmity between Hylians and his people and to bring back everyone who had to die because of it. Zelda, Impa and Rauru never discover this, because they are too preoccupied with stopping Bongo and the Dark Interlopers from stealing the Triforce from the Water Temple.

After Ganon's death, Demise retrieves his body in the Fire Temple and buries him in the Arbiter's Grounds in the Gerudo Desert.

Ganon's invasion of Hyrule becomes an important mark in the calendar system of Hyrule, with the years after fall of Hyrule Castle being marked as AG (After Ganon), and the previous era as BG (Before Ganon).

A Tale of Two SwordsEdit

In 175 AG, the Gerudo warlord Ganondorf, learning about Demise's campaign against Hylia, who has recently returned to Hyrule, offers his services to Demise. Demise intends to use Ganondorf as a sacrifice to resurrect Ganon, since he needs a loyal servant who could command the Gerudo even after failing to cure their people. Ganon's ghost invades the unwilling Ganondorf's mind and attempts to take full control, but Ganondorf and Nabooru eventually convince Ganon that Demise has been responsible for all the ruin wrought upon the Moblins. Ganon relinquishes his hold over Ganondorf, leaving Demise at the mercy of the Gerudo army.

In-gameEdit

King Ganon appears at the start of the Freeform Campaign as the leader of the Moblins.-

Preceded by:
Blin Warlords
Position:
King of the Moblins
Unknown - 0 AG
Succeeded by:
King Bulblin

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