Although the King of Evil is generally known by the name of Ganondorf (or Ganon) alone, ’s most famous antagonist does in fact have a last name. The series is packed full of lore, but not every aspect of Hyrule is explained within the games themselves. Occasionally, people must turn to tie-in material and other such sources to get all the answers, sources which (among other things) reveal Ganondorf’s full name.
While Ganondorf has often been depicted as a Gerudo after his original appearance in, his alternate form as the demonic Ganon has been a part of the franchise since the original game. Although defeated time and time again, Ganondorf seems all but immortal as he constantly returns to plague Hyrule once more. Of course, this is due to the Curse of Demise, which ensures that peace in Hyrule will never last forever. But as popular a character as Ganondorf is, it is still possible for facts about him to go unnoticed by many if they are not directly referenced in the games.
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Ganon’s backstory as Ganondorf was first detailed in, which described him as the leader of a band of thieves who managed to claim the Triforce. According to the same game’s manual, his full name is actually Ganondorf Dragmire, a fact which is confirmed as canon in the official website’s glossary. Interestingly, the same manual also reveals Ganondorf uses an alias, Mandrag Ganon, which is said to mean "" and presumably then inspires his inhuman persona’s own name. However, the names "" and "" never actually appear in, nor in any other game.
Surnames do not often appear in, with the most notable example of this being Link. If the hero has ever had a family name, it hasRead more on screenrant.com