“Game of Thrones” fans just can’t wait for Ramsay Bolton to die and want it to happen in the worst possible way. The character has earned their hatred due to his sadistic nature that truly knows no bounds and they are now making theories on how the bastard of Bolton will meet his well-deserved end.
The Independent reported that after Jon Snow’s resurrection, Ramsay Bolton’s days are numbered. Fans are getting hyped in what is going to be known as the “Bastard Bowl” aptly due to both characters being illegitimate children of nobles.
“Game of Thrones” has a reputation for creating characters that become the center of the fan’s hatred. After King Joffrey Baratheon died, Ramsay was quick to fill his shoes. Some even said he even surpassed King Joffrey in sheer cruelty.
While Joffrey’s victims were killed due to them having offended him in some way, Ramsay’s were killed on a whim. No one was safe even if you’re one of his bannermen, his girls, or even his family.
The last episode revealed Jon Snow leaving his duties as the Lord Commander and appointing Dolorous Edd as his replacement. Since the Night’s Watch vows only apply until death, Jon Snow technically is not bound by it anymore.
Now with Jon free to leave Castle Black without fear of his head getting chopped off, he can now seek revenge on what happened to his family. He knows the Boltons have a hand in the death of his half-brother Robb Stark and may be out for Bolton blood. Will he be the one to kill Ramsay?
According to Reddit, another Stark who might also be able to dispatch Ramsay is Rickon Stark. The theory involves House Umber betraying House Bolton as well as possibly enlisting the help of House Manderly a loyal Stark vassal and the richest house in the north.
His impulsive and reckless nature is seen by many in the north as an opportunity to get rid of the newly crowned Warden of the North. With a few people already finding out that Rickon Stark is alive, a movement to return the Starks to power might be already be working behind the scenes.
For many viewers disgusted with Ramsay Bolton’s sadistic shenanigans, his death just can’t come any sooner. If we have learned anything from “Game of Thrones,” killing a hated character involves twisted plotting and scheming as well lots and lots of betrayals.