Hoofbeats thundered like the waves of a trecheroues see as Ganondorf rode on, galloping with his stead. He saw a few groups of travellers but decided not to even pay the smallest attention to them. After all... What could a few peasants offer to the great King of Evil besides their lives? Ganon pushed the thought from his mind as he rode. He quickly found himself at the castle gates. Strangely enough, it was already open, and there seemed to be no resistance.
He dismounted his horse, and the beast lept back into another void that closed behind it. Ganondorf's boots clunked as they struck solid stone instead of the soft grassy dirt from before. His stride carried him swiftly past the Main Gate as he entered the Town Center. It seemed much like Hyrule to him... There was a vast marketplace in the center, and the castle's monumental form cast a shadow over the peasants and vassals and scum that lived beneath it.
Ganon strode forward, he thought it best not to go directly to the castle until he had gathered more information on this Cateraun. He made his way to a nearby alleyway, awaiting some kind of interesting spectator. He grabbed the first person who crossed his path by the throat and torqued them back into the dark alley with him. He pinned the old man he had grasped to the wall and spoke in a very stern voice, but soft enough to not be heard by outsiders.
"I need you to tell me everything you know about Cateraun!" Ganondorf demanded.
The old man's face went paler than any color in the spectrum, and his throat seemed to be locked.... For the man could not get words out. Ganondorf tightened his grip and asked the man again, pinning him harder against the wall.
"Tell me everything you know about Cateraun, old man, or I will destroy you!"
The old man's eyes slowly rolled into the back of his head and Ganondorf heard a snapping sound. The old man stopped breathing and Ganondorf looked puzzled for a moment. Realizing his grip had crushed the old man's windpipe and simultaneously broken his neck, Ganondorf frowned and tossed the body aside. He knew if he wanted to learn anything about Cateraun, he would need to try a different approach.
"I never was any good at interrogating prisoners..." He muttered to himself as he continued to survey the marketplace.