Finally, Ramsay Bolton and John Snow have had their anxiously anticipated Deathmatch in “Battle of the Bastards,” Game of Thrones. Ramsay Bolton does exactly what Sansa (clever, smart Sansa) said that he would do – he gets the maximum pain and cost efforts. But he who kills and who is winning the battle?
To answer to this question, we should go early in the fight, when Ramsey ride on the front of his army, pulling a length of rope. It turns out that the rope is wrapped around Rickon Stark, with whom he played a terrible, Terrible game: Ramsey said to Rickon run to his brother, before they shot in the back with an arrow.
In short, the poor Rickon does not survive play Ramsey’s game and died with an arrow of Ramsey, just as Sansa predicted; and John, angry beyond all understanding, recklessly attacked the head of the Ramsey’s army.
Poor Wun Wun died from the arrows from the Ramsey’s army by breaking the gates of Winterfell castle where Ramsey stayed they are light, only to be quickly overwhelmed by an arrow in the eye..
His death was not in vain, however, as the Starks immediately takes Winterfell, the enraged John Snow delivered Ramsay most fair and long-awaited assault. As long as he does not remember that someone deserves to enjoy the termination of the life of Ramsey. Sansa – sweet, which, in most gratifying turning once, allows Ramsey’s starving dogs to eat the Ramsey face. The dog’s have not eaten from the last seven days.
The war can only be won with the help of Sansa and the Littlefinger army who brought the large amount of army in the Battle of the Bastards.