5 Epic Quotes of Ramsay Bolton That Proves He is Pure Evil

Ramsay Snow is the Bastard of the Dreadfort. He is the legitimized bastard son of Lord Roose Bolton, who connived with Tywin Lannister to defeat Robb Stark’s forces by orchestrating “Red Wedding”, killing the top rung of the North. Ramsay Bolton is now the Lord of Winterfell, anointed as the new “Warden of the North” under the rule of Boltons.

Since, the Game of Thrones TV series began on HBO, for the first two seasons Jofferey Baratheon clearly was the most evil character of the series, but from third season onwards, Ramsay started giving tough competition to Jofferey and even surpassed the evil standards set by him. He is violent, sadistic and totally diabolical in nature. It is amply demonstrated by his fondness for ancient Bolton’s practice of flaying people. He was sent by his father to retake Winterfell from Greyjoys, he set the castle on fire, massacred villages on his way, subjected Theon Greyjoy to psychological and physical torture, turned him into his personal lapdog and named him “Reek”. He then married Sansa Stark to solidify an alliance with Northern Lords, and sexually assaulted her on the wedding night itself. In the last season, he crushed Stannis’s forces trying to invade Winterfell and led Boltons to victory. Here are 5 most epic quotes of Ramsay Bolton which proves that he is the most evil character alive in Game of Thrones:

 

Ramsay Bolton to Theon Greyjoy:

 

“This isn’t happening to you for a reason. Well, one reason: I enjoy it! If you think this has a happy ending, you haven’t been paying attention.”

Ramsay Bolton to Lord Roose Bolton (on being asked about Theon):

 

“We’ve been flaying our enemies for a thousand years. The flayed man is on our banners!”

 

 

Ramsay Bolton to Sansa Stark:

 

“You should hold onto your candles, the nights are so long now.”

 

Ramsay Bolton to Myranda:

“Jealousy bores me. You remember what happens to people who bore me.”

 

Ramsay Bolton to Little Finger (after he drops Sansa at Winterfell):

 

“I will not hurt her, you have my word.”

 

 

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