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Note: this page talks about this character in Super Smash Bros. Strife.
Ganondorf is went back with his new two blades. He's not fast but he can hard punish the opponents. His blades are quick, united with his slow movements, give him an unique play style!
Changes between Super Smash Bros. Omega
- Ganondorf is heavier.
- His Standard Special is now Obscure Orb.
- His Side Special is now Flash Hits.
Standard Special: Obscure Orb. Ganondorf throws a big dark sphere which inflicts 15% of damage.
Side Special: Flash Hits. Ganondorf freezes the opponents and then he attacks with 3 quick hits. An hit inflicts 4% of damage.
Up Special: Ganon Jump. Ganondorf jumps and grab an opponent, inflicting 14% of damage.
Down Special: Warlock Kick. Ganondorf kicks dashing. The kick inflicts 16% of damage. If used on air, Ganondorf will kick falling inflicting 20% of damage.
Final Smash: Beast Ganon. Ganondorf becomes Ganon and dashes on the battlefield, inflicting 57% of damage (10% in the transformation which buries the opponents)
Strife Smash: Evil Duo. Ganondorf calls Zant which falls in his giant form inflicting 43% of damage.
- Except from Ganon Jump, Warlock Kick and Beast Ganon, his special moves are based on Hyrule Warriors.
- Zant is summoned because he, Ganondorf and Ghirahim made an alliance in Hyrule Warriors but Ghirahim is a playable character.