|Ganondorf (SSB. Amplified)|
|Universe||Legend of Zelda|
|Official Debut||Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)|
|Final Smash||Beast Ganon|
Ganondorf may not be a clone, but his playstyle remains the same. He is slow, powerful, and calculating. He is prone to getting hit with combos due to slow attacks overall. He still packs power in spite of a new moveset.
|Neutral Special||Magic Volley||Sends a electric magic ball that goes faster when deflected|
|Side Special||Deflecting Arm||Deflects projectiles; Hit with hand to send the projectile at the foe, else, sends away from Ganondorf|
|Up Special||Levitation||Flies up with arms crossed. Can hover in place on command before falling.|
|Down Special||Ground Punch||Punches the ground for an area of effect shockwave. Flies straight down if used in the air.|
|Neutral Special||Dark Split||Splits a dark magic ball to deliver a multi-angle attack|
|Side Special||Phantom Horse||A phantom horse charges at foes. Can be deflected.|
|Up Special||Dark Charge||Uses a dark charge to fly upwards.|
|Down Special||Phantom Dodge||A doppleganger takes a hit for Ganondorf's escape.|
|Neutral Special||Warlock Punch||Unleashes a darkness infused punch|
|Side Special||Flame Choke||Dashes to grab foe. If successful, "chokes" foe with dark flames.|
|Up Special||Dark Dive||Leaps to grab a foe. If successful, explodes with dark energy.|
|Down Special||Wizard's Foot||Dives forward on ground or downward in the air with a darkness infused foot.|
Jab: Sends out a palm strike that's infused with darkness.
Side Tilt: Kicks his foe. Taken from previous Smash iterations
Up Tilt: Twirls a trident
Down Tilt: slices with the swords from Wind Waker like Ganon does in Ocarina of Time.
Side Smash: Uses the Twilight Princess sword as if it was an axe. Similar to his blade locking with Link and his Master Sword in TP.
Up Smash: Slices the air with swords that Ganon used in the final battle with Link in OOT.
Down Smash: Smashes his Twilight Princess sword down.
Dash Attack: Checks foes with a trident
Get Up: kicks up, both forward and back
Neutral: Kicks once.
Forward: Uses a punch thrown overhead style. Taken from previous iterations.
Back: Sends a backfist of darkness.
Down: Ganondorf stomps with both feet.
Up: Holds up a dark energy ball
Pummel: Bashes the foe with the corrupted sword's handle. The sword is from Twilght Princess.
Forward: Punches the foe.
Back: Drags his foe before letting them go behind him.
Down: Slams down the foe with one hand.
Up: Holds his foe up and punches them
Up Taunt: Spins around and appears to power up while laughing
Side Taunt: Uses the "I will beat you up." gesture of pounding his cupped hand with a fist of a darkness.
Down Taunt: Pulls his sword from Twilight Princess out, then puts it back.
Victory Animation: Crosses his arms and laughs.
Victory Animation 2: Brings his arms together and then spreads them. He, then, shows the back of his hand revealing the Triforce of Power.
Victory Animation 3: Swings his Twilight Princess sword and puts it in the ground. Taken from Melee.
Dubbed the "King of Evil," Ganondorf spreads nothing but more evil to gain more power in Hyrule. He is a reincarnation of Demise and his hatred for the Hero and the Goddess, Hylia. Possessing the Triforce of Power, he poses a huge threat to Hyrule. In Smash, that power and cunning shows through here. It is up to the Hero of Hyrule stop his villainy from destroying the peace of Hyrule.
Ganondorf's Magic Ball is slow, but powerful so watch out if it gets deflected. The Deflecting Arm deals with projectiles uniquely, sending projectiles away if the hand doesn't hit the projectile. Hitting the projectile with hand sends it back. Levitation is a good recovery with some control, but leaves him wide open while it happens. Ground Punch creates shock waves, but the air based ones are weaker.
Ganondorf shows his vile use of the Triforce of Power and transforms into a pig-like beast. He stomps once burying, any foe, and gallops off the screen taking anyone he contacts. He is, however, easy to dodge. He is actually slower and slightly smaller than previous entries, but his power is still there.
|Default||Black||His design is his HW outfit, young OOT hair, and TP face.|
|Palette||Brown||Resembles Ocarina of Time design.|
|Palette||Blue||Resembles Ganon of Link to the Past vaguely|
|Palette||Pink||Somewhat resembles Yuga Ganon of Link Between Worlds|
|Alt||Gold||Takes Onox's armor, minus the helmet|
|X-over||Red||Cosplays as Dictator (US name: M. Bison)|
- Phoenix Wright's "Evidence" against Ganondorf is his display of false loyalty in Ocarina of Time and Demise from Skyward Sword.
- Kirby regains Ganondorf's hair and gains Magic Volley as a Copy Ability
- His victory theme is his encounter theme in many Zelda games.
- The director wanted to embrace Ganondorf from all the Zelda timeline canon. Ganondorf was overhauled to better reflect this vision. The designs were mashed together for closely similar reasons.