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Ganondorf simply has NO business being here. I swear, it\'s like none of you ever read the trope description. This isn\'t a trope for villains who are, *gasp*, villainous. This is a trope for a \'\'rare\'\' type of villain who\'s a COMPLETE monster. Is there some sort of dog-kicking you can\'t imagine Ganondorf doing? For no reason other than fun? If yes, then he doesn\'t fit this trope.
AT ALL.
As for accusations from a know-it-all that liking Ganondorf at all equates to MisaimedFandom, his \'\'original design\'\' had him as something of a NobleDemon type character, inspired by Raoh.
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Ganondorf simply has NO business being here.
I swear, it\\\'s like none of you ever read the trope description. This isn\\\'t a trope for villains who are, *gasp*, villainous. This is a trope for a \\\'\\\'rare\\\'\\\' type of villain who\\\'s a COMPLETE monster.
Is there some sort of dog-kicking you can\\\'t imagine Ganondorf doing? For no reason other than fun? If yes, then he doesn\\\'t fit this trope.
At all.
Further, he \\\'\\\'does\\\'\\\' make an attempt at justifying his actions in Wind Waker, another instant knock-out criterion for this trope. It doesn\\\'t matter how weak, it\\\'s obvious that he understands what he\\\'s doing \\\'\\\'requires\\\'\\\' some sort of defense.
As for accusations from a know-it-all that liking Ganondorf at all definitely equates to MisaimedFandom, his \\\'\\\'original design\\\'\\\' had him as something of a NobleDemon type character, inspired by [[FistOfTheNorthStar Raoh]].
You know, that Raoh? NobleDemon villain par excellence Raoh?
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