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‘Game Of Thrones’ Spoilers: Iwan Rheon Reveals Best Way For Ramsay Bolton To Die

‘Game Of Thrones’ Spoilers: Iwan Rheon Reveals Best Way For Ramsay Bolton To Die
Ramsay and Walda Bolton from Game of Thrones / HBO

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‘Game Of Thrones’ Spoilers: Iwan Rheon Reveals Best Way For Ramsay Bolton To Die

“Game of Thrones” seems to have put Ramsay Bolton in the background for the moment as the viewers seem to have had enough of his sadistic shenanigans after three straight episodes of him murdering someone. In the light of the current Warden of the North’s recent cruelty, actor Iwan Rheon has revealed how he wants his character to meet his demise.

According to Metro, the 31-year old Welsh actor told everyone on This Morning that everyone’s hated character has it coming. When asked if he will be killed off in the show he replies that his character deserves it.

His long list of crimes has overtaken Joffrey Baratheon and while some of his crimes were turned into internet comedy (i.e. Theon Greyjoy) others were taken seriously and were considered too cruel even by “Game of Thrones” standards.

So how does Iwan Rheon want Ramsay Bolton to meet his demise? Dragons, being toasted to a crisp by dragons, bitten to death by a dragon, just any dragon related death. He wants to die fighting a dragon and lose, obviously.

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Although this seems to be brutal enough to be considered fitting for his character, many would rather want his death to be gruesome but a lot less honorable. Let’s be honest, fighting a dragon seems to be cool and heroic even if you end up as a pile of charred bones.

Despite the hate his character receives, Iwan Rheon actually likes to portray Ramsay Bolton. He says he is happy with what he is doing horrible it may be he likes doing it with his own hands, this is what separates him Joffrey who orders others around to do his dirty work.

Whether the bastard of Bolton meets his demise by dragon fire or simply gets stabbed as a form of poetic justice, his death would be bittersweet for ‘Game of Thrones’ fans. While his cringe-worthy acts will finally be over the show will have no one left for fans to focus their anger on.

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