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Cursed Ganondorf - Zelda

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After thousands of years, he tries to break the cycle by himself. But only with the help of the hero and the princess will he be able to truly destroy the curse that he suffers from... 


In my alternate universe, Ganondorf actually is nice (yet scary), and tries his best to protect Hyrule from the presence of calamity. He meets Link and Zelda, and tells them he can use his arm to destroy evil. They become close friends in their adventures. 


Little do they know Ganondorf lied, and actually uses his arm to absorb evil into his body. As he finally take in the last part of calamity, he turns to his two friends, and tells them it was the only way to actually destroy it: combining all the parts to make it whole again. 


As he transforms into a monster under the blood moon, Link and Zelda have no choice but to defeat him... 


But maybe there's a way to save their new friend. Maybe. 

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After rehydrated ganon, CDI zelda, and a lot of exposure to the internet, before this picture loaded I instantly assumed from the title this would be a shitpost. I was pleasantly surprised.

Always did wanna see a morality-swapped LoZ game. Though I gotta admit, Ganon from Hyrule Warriors, no matter how cartoonishly evil he was, will probably always be my favorite iteration.

Great au idea, by the way.

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