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- Haven't been so excited since Tyrion killed Tywin .
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After her consciously allowing 3,000 men to die for her personal gain, it's hard for me to feel any kind of hype for her getting revenge.
After that shit she pulled, Jon should have continued beating Ramsay to death and taken the vengeance for himself.
Tywin was a monster, but he was so damn likable. He was a good villain. Ramsay wasn't such a good villain. He was 100% evil, no redeeming qualities (even though I loved practically every scene he was in)
Ramsay to me really added to the brutality of GoT. The gore and torture made GoT. Ramsay is kinda like Joker in Batman, he's evil, and should be killed before he kills anymore, but everyone loves to see him in the movie. They don't want him to die. Of course this isn't exactly the case in GoT as many viewers want Ramsay to suffer the most painful death imaginable because of how he treated so many people. But to me I wish he lasted just a bit longer. Ramsay shouldn't have went back to Winterfell knowing it wouldn't hold. If they made him run away and commit just a little more mayhem I think it would've been more satisfying to viewers to see him die.
And also like the little shit head inbred king that everyone hated, the actor did a really good job of making everyone hate him.
Same with Ramsay, he was a great actor.
That would have been way too pathetic, as much as I hated for a Joker character to be anywhere near a place of power, I still respected him as a villain. He deserved a villain's death, in Winterfell. He received a villain's defeat, and a villain's death. Suitably one of his own design. I'm actually quite pleased with their handling of it, a balance between realism and poetry. His fight was shit, it was brief, brutal, and he didn't even get to pull a blade, just like real fights, I can appreciate that. He was eaten by his own dogs he did not feed, they were loyal, now they were starving, the same fate he sent many others to, including his mother-in-law and baby brother, I can appreciate the poetry to that.
He had his son's wife
who wasn't a whore, actually just a peasant girl who loved Tyrion
gang raped in front of him to prove some sort of point. He sicced animals like Gregor Clegane and Amory Lorch
who smashed in the skull of a infant before raping its mother with brains on his hands and stabbed a 4-year-old 50 times respectively.
on small children and small folk. He hung children out of spite. He arranged the slaughter of hundreds in violation of guest right, one of the most sacred customs in Westeros. He abused the only one of his children who is a significant asset to his house for being born small, and eventually tried to have him killed. He's not even as smart as people give him credit for: he couldn't defeat a 14-year-old who he outnumbered 4-to-1 and so had to murder him at a wedding, and he STILL bankrupted House Lannister during the war effort.
Wait wait wait, are you saying Rob was 14? And I just checked an Jon Snow is 21 apparently. And people theorize Ramsay is of similar age to Theon. Incredible to think that everything we've seen is the work and survival of borderline teenagers, thrust into the world by the deaths of their parents.
Show Robb is much older than book Robb, as are all of the characters. Robb in the books is 14, Rickon is 3, Arya is 9, etc.
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Yes, but 14 when he won the Camps and Whispering Wood after slipping past Tywin's army on the Green Fork.
This, exactly this.
You mean he was a great villain. He's not supposed to be likeable.
Tywin was respectable. Ruthless, but wise. Wouldn't resort to violence until necessary. He was a man with a plan and he did everything he could to see it through. The reason people like him is because you are aware of his devious nature and you just expect him to overcome each obstacle with wit.
Ramsay is what Joffrey would be, if he was competent. And hot.
A mad dog with a talent for cruelness. The reason people like his scenes is because he is so erratic and unpredictable, with an unmeasurable capacity for inflicting pain. You never know what he might do, so you are constantly at the tip of your toes.
I would've liked Tywin if not for one thing: his treatment of Tyrion. I understand that he blames him for his wife's death but he was the opposite of wise whenever it came to Tyrion. He let his hate of him get the better of him. The one time when he actually put Tyrion to use as the hand of the king and he did a lot of good work, he just blew him off and then threw him back to his old life.
If you remember Tyrion's story about the first girl he fell in love with that turned out to be a prostitute payed by Jaime, well in the books something else is said about that. When Tyrion is freed from jail by Jaime and is about to kill Tywin, it's revealed that the girl wasn't actually a prostitute but was actually in love with Tyrion, but Tywin hated him so he payed the girl and Jaime a shit ton of money to go along as if she was a prostitute.
I never said Tywin wasn't also a great villain.
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