Game Of Thrones Season 5. Will Ramsay Bolton Die In The Finale?

Game Of Thrones Season 5. Will Ramsay Bolton Die In The Finale?
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Game Of Thrones Season 5. Will Ramsay Bolton Die In The Finale?

Ramsay Bolton. Game of Thrones TV show

Game of Thrones Season 5. Welsh actor Iwan Rheon plays the role as Ramsay Bolton in the HBO series Game of Thrones. Of course, the actor is great but Ramsay Snow/Bolton is absolutely (I said absolutely) hateful. I think is the most abominable character on a TV show. Don’t you agree? Then, listen to!

Ramsay Bolton is the legitimized bastard son of Lord Roose Bolton. He is highly resentful of his baseborn status and this inferiority complex makes him cruel to everyone. He is not similar to Jon Snow, who has overcome his problems with effort and courage.

He refers to himself as the trueborn scion of the Dreadfort and violently correcting those who refer to him otherwise. In the last episodes of Game of Thrones Season 5, he has abused and neglected his wife Sansa Stark, the true heiress to Winterfell. In revenge, she has reminded his origins. Nothing good will happen now. Anyway, nothing good happens if he is near.

Game Of Thrones Season 5. Will Ramsay Bolton Die In The Finale?

Game Of Thrones Season 5. Ramsay Bolton and Sansa Stark

Furthermore, Ramsay is an ugly young man, even when dressed finely. He is big boned and slope shouldered, with a fleshiness indicating he will be fat later in life. No woman loves him and his inferiority complex grows every day.

Ramsay is savage and wild, taking delight in torturing others (remember Theon Greyjoy). He is quite fond of the old Bolton custom of flaying their enemies alive. Thus, he has learned the worst of each family… A jewel of boy!

Ramsay is a capable manipulator and possesses a low cold cunning. For example, he was able to negotiate with Littlefinger, another detestable man, but decent people never speak with him.

“Strip off their skins. Lord Bolton, he used to say a naked man has few secrets, but a flayed man’s got none.” Ramsay Bolton.

What do you expect from Game of Thrones Season 5 finale? Will Ramsay die?

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  • Chinese Steel

    no. they’d have killed him already. I think Sansa will die

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