This is part two of a series discussing the triple timeline.
The timeline where the Hero of Time is defeated and Ganondorf reigns would most logically correspond with Din and the Triforce of Power. In this timeline, Ganon is a little more dominant than in the others, obviously demonstrated in this first game, when he is victorious against the hero.
But even in some of the other games in this timeline, he’s a little more dominant. As explained in A Link to the Past, he controls the Sacred Realm and turns it into the Dark World, an entire land that is controlled by darkness and evil, and he makes an attempt to take over the Light World as well. But even though he is defeated (in A Link to the Past), Twinrova manages to revive him briefly (in the Oracle series). And even after this defeat, Ganon surfaces later on when he steals the Triforce of Power from Princess Zelda and attempts to retrieve the eight pieces of the Triforce of Wisdom as well. While the original Legend of Zelda makes no reference to a Dark World, Ganon does seem to be more or less on control of Hyrule after taking Zelda prisoner, and the citizens of Hyrule live in caves and hideaways. It doesn’t seem be a particularly safe place. Even after Link defeats Ganon, his minions run about trying to revive him with Link’s ashes.
In these games, Ganon seems to have greater control than he does in others. The Links and Zelda of these games seem a bit more disadvantaged or (particularly in the case of Zelda) simply weaker. That’s why I feel this branch of the timeline most closely aligns with the Triforce of Power.