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This battle came about when the Gaming Community at Toonari released a list of the top ten heroes and villains in video games. After each list was made, two villains or heroes were paired up to battle each other, then polls were placed on Facebook where readers would vote on who would win the battle. This battle is the result of those votes.
In the middle of a vast desert there stood an evil figure attempting to summon a demon into his world with the belief that it would help him in his wicked goals. By shouting a few words in an unknowable language, a glowing portal appeared and out stepped his “demon.” However, the demon was not a demon at all, at least in the literal sense, but something else. At this, the clownish figure looked disappointed. “Oooooooh! Another failure! I guess it’s back to the drawing board,” he said angrily.
The “demon” frowned at this, probably not liking being referred to as a failure, and spoke “Pathetic little fool! Do you realizing who you’re dealing with? I am Ganondorf and soon I will rule the world!”
The clown stared at Ganondorf with amusement, clearly intrigued by this outburst. “Really?! Is that so? Because I am Kefka Palazzo and I will destroy everything…I will create a monument to non-existence!” he countered while flinging his arms into the air dramatically.
Ganondorf glared at Kefka. “It would seem that we have very dissimilar plans for this world,” he noted.
Kefka lowered his arms and grinned. “You really are a slow one.”
Ganondorf scowled. “I have killed many before you this shall be no different.”
The devilish clown let a high-pitch laugh. “Well then, let the party begin!”
Kefka raised his hand and shot an icicle right at Ganondorf’s chest while shouting “Freeze!” However, Ganondorf raised his arm upward and an electric charge lit up around his arm. He launched the ball at the orb. The ball of electricity met the icicle in midair, causing the two to erupt into an explosion of debris and smoke.
Ganondorf pulled a long sword, which was almost his own impressive height, from its hilt and leaped above him. As he came down to slice Kefka in half; the insane man levitated, flipped in a circle, and released a sphere of energy from his hand, yelling “Special delivery!” The sphere hit the King of the Gerudo square in the stomach and on impact exploded, throwing him to the ground and hurling his sword far from his reach.
Ganondorf stared after the sword for a moment then charged his fists again intimidatingly. “Do not think that this ends here.”
Ganondorf levitated up and pulled his fists back for a second, then shot toward Kefka with incredible speed. He smashed into Kefka’s stomach, who was thrown into the air. At this, Kefka showed the first instance of anger on his face and swore “Son of a Submariner! You’ll pay for that!” While still in the air Kefka raised his arms and screamed “Zappo!” summoning three lightning strikes to come down. One hit Ganondorf, stunning him.
Seizing his chance Kefka waved his hand, creating three triangles which converged towards Ganondorf, while giggling “This is gonna hurt!” However, by now Ganondorf had recovered and flipped backwards as the triangles flew harmlessly into the ground, confusing Kefka, who asked “Did I get him?”
As if to answer, Ganondorf flew into the air towards his opponent and grabbed him by the throat with one hand, which surged with energy, blasting Kefka even higher into the sky.
Before Ganondorf could continue his assault, Kefka threw his arm downward, shooting a fireball towards him. Ganondorf soared to the side to dodge the attack, only to find the fireball following after him. This seemed to absolutely tickle Kefka because he cackled “Run! Run! Or you’ll be well done!” In an attempt to throw off the attack he dived towards the ground. Just as he was about to make contact with earth he soared to the side. Unfortunately, the ploy did not work and the fireball smashed into his back, causing him to be knocked face first into the ground.
Kefka only laughed even harder. “Whad’ya think of that? Does it hurt? DOES IT!?” As if to get a confirmation on the statement, Kefka began gliding towards him.
Just as Kefka was about to smash into Ganondorf’s back, he rolled to the side, causing Kefka to hit the ground instead. The King of the Gerudo’s foot glowed with energy and kicked Kefka in the face, causing him to tumble backwards.
Finally, prepared to finish the battle, Ganondorf’s hand glowed with all of his magical energy. He punched Kefka in the chest, which exploded once it hit him. Kefka flew backwards and tumbled across the ground and did not move.
While Ganondorf stared at the limp body, he said “You betrayed my expectations.” The Wielder of the Triforce of Power grabbed his sword and left the battlefield triumphant and prepared to seek out his next conquest.