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Gannon-Banned is a humorous term first invented by TSA. Tired of ignorant people asking stupid questions, he came up with Gannon-banned and the rules about how to use it.
According to the website, any of the following can get you Gannon-banned:
- Spelling Ganon "Gannon"
- Saying "The Adventures of Link" instead of "The Adventure of Link"
- Calling Majora's Mask "Zelda II"
- Calling Link "Zelda"
- Saying the Triforce is obtainable in Ocarina of Time
- Saying System of a Down sang the "Zelda" song
- Saying there's a fourth Triforce piece
- Saying there's only one Link
- Saying The Wind Waker is the last Zelda game
- Saying there is an official Zelda movie
- Insulting the Philips CD-i Games without having played them
- Saying you beat the Marathon Man
- Saying Link and Zelda are siblings
- Saying there is no timeline of any kind
- Calling Twilight Princess "Reborn"
- Believing the "Gates of Realm" and "Reigns of Sorrow" hoax
- Claiming The Legend of Zelda is based on the movie "Legend"
- Believing the EGM April Fools' joke
- Claiming Twilight Princess is based on "Ladyhawke"
- Saying that the Wii version of Twilight Princess is superior to the GameCube version.
- Claiming to have found a game-ending bug in Twilight Princess
- Saying that The Adventure of Link is not the best Zelda game of all time.
- Believing the futuristic Zelda game hoax.
- People who fell for the "Valley of the Deluge" hoax created by 4chan.
- Calling Sheik a man.
- Arguing that Zelda games are always developed around gameplay concepts rather than plot or story.
'First Offense': Gannon-banned
'Second Offense': Gannon=banned (Double bond)
'Third Offense': Double secret Gannon-banned
To view the original list and get full details, visit http://www.gannon-banned.com