Game of Thrones: Run to your brother

Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 09 Battle of the Bastards

The armies gather the following morning as Ramsay brings out Rickon. He tells Rickon to run towards Jon’s army and, as he does, brings out a bow and fires arrows at him. Jon hastily rides out on a horse to try to save Rickon.

RAMSAY: Do you like games, little man? Let’s play a game. Run to your brother. The sooner you make it to him, the sooner you get to see him again. That’s it. That’s the game. Easy. Ready? Go. No, you have to run, remember? Those are the rules.

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To be continued on the next post Game of Thrones: Rickon dies.

Source text: Wikipedia.

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Game of Thrones: Jon and Sansa meet Ramsay

Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 09 Battle of the Bastards

Jon, Sansa, Tormund and Davos meet with Ramsay, Harald Karstark and Smalljon Umber before the battle. Ramsay offers surrender terms, saying he will pardon Jon for breaking his Night’s Watch vows if he will hand Sansa over. Jon offers Ramsay a chance to settle their dispute in one-on-one combat; Ramsay refuses, saying he is not certain he can personally beat Jon, but is certain the Bolton army can defeat the Stark loyalists. When Jon and Sansa express disbelief that Ramsay has Rickon, Smalljon throws out Shaggydog’s head. Sansa refuses the terms of surrender and tells Ramsay he will die the following day before riding off.

JON: You don’t have to be here.
SANSA: Yes, I do.
RAMSAY: My beloved wife. I’ve missed you terribly. Thank you for returning Lady Bolton safely. Now, dismount and kneel before me, surrender your army and proclaim me the true Lord of Winterfell and Warden of the North. I will pardon you for deserting the Night’s Watch. I will pardon these treasonous lords for betraying my house. Come, bastard, you don’t have the men, you don’t have the horses, and you don’t have Winterfell. Why lead those poor souls into slaughter? There’s no need for a battle. Get off your horse and kneel. I’m a man of mercy.
JON: You’re right. There’s no need for a battle. Thousands of men don’t need to die. Only one of us. Let’s end this the old way. You against me.

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RAMSAY: Tell me, will you let your little brother die because you’re too proud to surrender?
SANSA: How do we know you have him?
RAMSAY: Now, if you want to save…

SANSA: You’re going to die tomorrow, Lord Bolton. Sleep well.

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Source text: Wikipedia.

Game of Thrones: In Winterfell

Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 04 Book of the Stranger

In Winterfell, Osha is brought before Ramsay, who asks her why she was helping Rickon. Osha claims that she intended to betray Rickon and attempts to seduce Ramsay while reaching for a nearby knife. However, Ramsay indicates that he is aware Osha used a similar ruse to escape Theon. Realizing this, she tries to stab him, but he quickly slashes her in the neck with another knife, killing her.

RAMSAY: You’re a good talker. I like that. You’re a much better talker than Theon Greyjoy.
OSHA: That so?
RAMSAY: I had to work hard to get him talking. But he talked. They all do. He told me everything. All about the Stark boys, who helped them escape, and how she did it.

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Game of Thrones: At Winterfell

Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 03 Oathbreaker

Smalljon Umber meets with Ramsay Bolton and Harald Karstark and explains that Jon Snow has been letting Wildlings through the Wall and fears that they will make their way south.  In order to strengthen the truce with Ramsay, Smalljon says that he has a gift for him. He brings in two hooded figures, who are revealed to be Rickon Stark and Osha the wildling.

UMBER: The bastard Jon Snow led an army of wildlings past the Wall. We’re farther north than any of you fuckers. Wildlings come down, we always have to fight them first. I like fighting wildlings. Been doing it all my life. But there are too many of them for us to beat back alone.
RAMSAY: So now you’ve come seeking help?
UMBER: We need to help each other. The colder it gets, the farther south those goat fuckers will roam. Won’t take them long to get here.

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Game of Thrones: Ramsay Bolton

Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 02 Home

Unaware that Jon Snow is dead, Ramsay deduces that Sansa would have gone to Castle Black to join her brother, the Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch. Ramsay proposes to his father Roose that they storm castle Black and kill Jon Snow. Maester Wolkan then enters and announces that Walda has given birth to a son, prompting Ramsay to stab Roose, killing him.  He then lures Walda and his baby brother into the kennels, where he has them mauled to death by his hounds, thereby securing his position as lord of House Bolton and Winterfell.

ROOSE: Jon Snow is a bastard, not a Stark.
RAMSAY: So was I, Father. Your hold on the North will never be secure as long as a Stark can walk through that door. Castle Black isn’t defended on the southern side. And the few men left are barely men at all. Farm boys and thieves. With a small force, we could storm the castle, kill Jon Snow–-
ROOSE: Murder the Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch? You’d unite every house in the North against us.

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Game of Thrones: In the North

Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 01 The Red Woman

At Winterfell, Ramsay Bolton mourns the death of Myranda, but commands that her corpse be fed to the dogs rather than buried. Roose warns him that, despite their victory over Stannis Baratheon, they will be dealing with the Lannisters down the road, and as such, they must secure the loyalty of the North’s other nobles. Roose blames Ramsay for losing Sansa, who, as a child of Eddard Stark, could have been used as a figure-head for the North. As such, Roose threatens to disinherit Ramsay if he cannot retrieve her.

RAMSAY: She was 11 the first time I saw her. The kennelmaster’s daughter. She smelled of dog. I wasn’t much older, but everybody was already afraid of me. You certainly were. Myranda wasn’t, though. What could I do to her that those hounds couldn’t? She was fearless. There was nothing she wouldn’t do. Your pain will be paid for a thousand times over. I wish you could be here to watch.
MAN: Shall I have a grave dug for her, my lord? Or would you rather the men build a pyre?
RAMSAY: Buried, burned? This is good meat. Feed it to the hounds.

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Meanwhile, Sansa and Theon flee through the nearby forests. But when they try to rest a little, both are cornered by a squad of Bolton soldiers.

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