8 definitions by Xenomorph42Q

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(Fal-cone Pawnch)

Verb: Shouting "Falcon Punch!" when you punch some one.

Noun: A massively powerful and destructive punch made famous by Captain Falcon, the main character from the F-zero game and anime series; characterized by a giant flaming falcon surrounding Captain Falcon's fist when he uses it. The falcon punch is so powerful that if 2 falcon punches collided, the universe would divide by 0 and implode upon itself.
"Haha, you just got Falcon Punch-ed!!!"
by Xenomorph42Q April 28, 2008
verb: to leap forward foot first to kick someone who is far away from you, shouting "FALCON KICK!"

noun: A big leaping kick made famous by Captain Falcon, the main character in the F-Zero game and anime series. It is characterized by Cpt. Falcon flying forward from a standing position, foot first. His leg is covered in fire and he yells "Falcon kick!" Also spelled kyick
Cpt. Falcon: "FALCON KICK!"

Announcer: "GAME!"
by Xenomorph42Q May 13, 2008
Proper Noun
The main character/hero from the Legend of Zelda series. Link usually appears as a young man, age 12-16, though in the game Ocarina of time he was roughly 10 years old then when he left the temple of time about half way through the game he was 17. So there is no confusion, none of the Legend of Zelda game time lines are related to each other. Link is the wielder of the Master Sword and holder of the Triforce of Courage. Link also uses a variety of tools in his adventures, including bombs, a boomerang, a bow and arrows, and many others though they differ throughout the games. He fights Ganondorf alongside Princess Zelda and has a fairy named Navi who accompanies him and gives him advice. Link is also in capable of speech, or is just the quiet type, and I mean REALLY quiet. Link never says anything other than making vocal noises when jumping, fighting or taking damage.
Link, in addition to being the hero of Hyrule, is a real player as he has at least 3 girlfriends by the end of each game, except for the old ones and the GB titles. They are as follow:

1) Princess Zelda (obvious)

2) Saria: Link's childhood friend from Ocarina of Time

3) Malon: A young farm girl Link meets and befriends in Ocarina of Time

4) Princess Ruto: The princess of the Zora's (fish people) who Link supposedly was going to marry in Ocarina of Time

5) Tetra: The captain of a pirate ship, that started Link's adventure in Wind Waker, was really Zelda but she didn't know who she really was when she met Link

6)Medii: A Rito girl (bird people) who Link meets in Wind Waker, might not be a loving relationship, just a friendly one

7)Ilia: Link's childhood friend from Twilight Princess, her being kidnapped starts his quest in the first place.

8)Midna: The princess of the Twilight Realm who replaces Navi as a companion and advice giver, though she is much less annoying. Midna originally planned to use Link as a minion but eventually fell in love with him, awwwwww. Also, Link really loved Midna back, when it is usually the girl just falling for Link, Midna counts as 2 girls because when she met Link she was a small imp, but after Ganondorf is defeated she returns to her normal (and very hot) form.

I am sure that there are some characters that I missed, but I got most of them.
by Xenomorph42Q April 28, 2008
Proper Noun
The main villain in the Legend of Zelda Series, wielder of the Triforce of Power. First appearing in Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time, he first was known as Ganon; a big, fat, pig-like humanoid who appeared in the Legend of Zelda games before Ocarina of Time. Ganondorf also appeared in Wind Waker and Twilight Princess. Ganon continued to appear, in Ocarina of Time he was a dragon-like monster that Ganondorf turned into, in Wind Waker Ganon appeared as a giant puppet that Ganondorf controlled and finally Ganon was a massive boar in Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess.

Ganondorf's aliases are King of Evil, The King, King of Thieves and The Demon Thief. Ganondorf commonly uses swords to fight, using a large two handed blade in Ocarina of Time, duel swords in Wind Waker and a holy-turned-evil longsword in Twilight Princess; he also possesses an array of dark magics, from creating a phantom image of himself to possessing others.

Though he is massively powerful he is always defeated by Link and Zelda, in Ocarina of Time he was sealed in the Dark Realm by Zelda, in Wind Waker Link stabbed him through the face with the Master Sword turning him to stone, and in Twilight Princess Link stabbed him through the gut with the Master Sword ultimately killing him.

Though Ganondorf was immortalized as one of the greatest gaming villains through the Legend of Zelda series, he also appeared in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a clone character of Captain Falcon. (Though many people, including myself, like Ganondorf much more than Cpt. Falcon) He also became a bit more fun with Brawl through Ganoncide.
Ganondorf is the King of Evil, wielder of the Triforce of Power, and world conquerer...how much more badass can you get?

Haha, noob! I pwned you with Ganondorf cuz he is teh leet hax mastah!!!

by Xenomorph42Q April 28, 2008
Verb: Using Ganondorf's side special attack against someone midair over a ledge in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, causing Ganondorf to grab them and hurtle down, off screen with his victim, killing both of them.
It was down to 1 stock each, so I used Ganoncide and owned in Sudden Death.
by Xenomorph42Q April 28, 2008
(War-lock Punch)
Noun
An awesomely powerful punch performed by (and only by) Ganondorf in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl. When it is performed, Ganondorf is surrounded by shadow and charges darkness in his hand, the victim is either obliterated or wishing that they were obliterated.
Ganondorf: Eeen-do..
Link: Oh fu-
Ganondorf: AHH!
*Link is wiped off the face of the earth*

Warlock Punch is the only thing that is greater that a Falcon Punch, which in turn, is greater that a Chuck Norris round-house kick.
by Xenomorph42Q April 28, 2008
Noun
A substance that causes Grunts the lowest form of Covenant in the Halo series to become powerful enough to kick the ass of anyone, including Chuck Norris.

All grunts are born with enough power to conquer the known universe, however their brains are too small and weak to unlock this potential so they are stuck as the rank-and-file troops of the Covenant armies. Gruntiness is a mighty substance that lets grunts unlock their incredible power. It equally affects all beings, so if someone took Gruntiness they would become super powerful, however, Gruntiness is so powerful that any non-grunts who absorb Gruntiness will instantly being incinerated by a surge of power. The only non-grunts known to ingest Gruntiness and live are:

Chuck Norris
Bruce Lee
Mr. T
Captain Falcon
Ganondorf
The girl from Serenity

The only way a non-grunt could not be instantly incinerated by Gruntiness is to jump into an active volcano and live.

An alternate way for a grunt to be imbued with Gruniness is to do the Gruntiness Dance.
Recipe for Gruntiness:

1 boiled grunt foot
1 cup of splattered grunt brains
500 cups of sugar
The captain's pipe
1 Gummy Bear
The Easter Bunny
5 cups liquid methane
1 tsp. of salt
A chocolate cell phone (as in a cell phone made of chocolate)
7 slices of bacon, one of which has been sneezed on
2 mashed Elite mandibles
1/2 cup of chopped Drone legs
500L of Coca-Cola (Must be name brand!)
1L of beer
2L of vodka
Master Chief's helmet

Put on Master Chief's helmet and mash all other ingredients in a blender. Drink resulting solution, then find the shisno and inhale the gas very slowly for 5 min. Afterwards, take a bath.

Recipe found on Gruntipedia, the Halo Humor Wiki, www.gruntipedia.com
by Xenomorph42Q April 28, 2008
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