Ganon appeared as a voice–only cameo in both Nigel Uno Vs. Ernst Stavro Blofeld and Sally Acorn Vs. Mega Man 2, and shows himself for the first time in Siegfried Schtauffen Vs. Arthas Menethil before doing so again in Elsa Vs. Elphaba and Sting Vs. Big Brother. In each of his appearances excluding Elsa Vs. Elphaba, where he has an additional line, his dialogue identically consists simply of the exclamation "DIE!" Each instance accompanies the death of a character (Ernst Stavro Blofeld, Sonic the Hedgehog, Nightmare, Arthas Menethil and Napoleon, respectively).
Information on the CameoEdit
Ganon or Ganondorf is the main antagonist of Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda franchise. As Ganon, he appears as a giant pig–like creature, while as Ganondorf, he appears as a dark–skinned humanoid known as a Gerudo. He embodies the negative side of the Triforce of Power.
However, this particular version of Ganon comes from the non–canon and heavily derided Zelda games developed by Phillips Interactive for their short–lived CD-i console whose creation and the presence of Nintendo property–based games on it resulted from an unsuccessful collaboration attempt between Phillips and Nintendo to create a digital disc–based expansion peripheral for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. In these games, Ganon is portrayed as a cartoonish wizard–like monster who is defeated in one hit, albeit only with a specific artifact weapon. His appearance here has cemented his prominence in the world of YouTube Poop, where Ganon's exclamations of "DIE!" are constantly exploited, often without any other presence of the character. In the CD-i games themselves, Ganon was voiced by Mark Berry, who therefore can also be considered his indirect actor for MERB.
Nigel Uno Vs. Ernst Stavro Blofeld Edit
Sally Acorn Vs. Mega Man 2 Edit
Siegfried Schtauffen Vs. Arthas Menethil Edit
Elsa Vs. Elphaba Edit
A big, damn hero, sir!
Sting Vs. Big Brother Edit
- He is the character who has had lines in the most battles.
- His "big damn hero" line is a reference to Firefly.