Game of Thrones: Which Character Do You Most Want to Die?
On Game of Thrones, characters die all the time. Trouble is, it’s almost always a character we like! Heading into Season 4, we’re wondering which character's death would give you the most joy, for once. Here are some prime candidates:
King Joffrey Joffrey is sadistic, evil, and in no way fit to be king. With all of the torment he’s caused, we’d love to see him go, but truth be told, we’d probably miss him when he’s gone. He's evil, but he's also entertaining!
Tywin Lannister. The patriarch of the Lannister family is just so smug. He always wins, and he’s a total jerk to the coolest member of his family (Tyrion). Even though we’d miss the sweet trenchcoats, Tywin’s got to go.
Walder Frey. This guy was responsible for the Red Wedding. Moving on.
Ramsay Bolton. As evil as Joffrey is, he looks like a kitten compared to Ramsay, who seems to get a sick pleasure out of torturing Theon. In fact, we’ve never even see him do anything else on the show and we don’t know what his motivation is, other than that he seems to enjoy it. Ramsay’s acts mean he should bite the dust, and we don’t think we’d reminisce about his torture scenes once he’s gone.
Cersei Lannister. Cersei is cold-hearted and thinks she’s the smartest person in every room, though she rarely is. That crooked smile of hers makes our blood boil, and the way she relishes in the Stark’s downfall is sickening. Therefore, we look forward to her downfall.
Stannis Baratheon. Stannis doesn’t get a bad rap as being evil, but he did kind of orchestrate the murder of his own brother, which isn’t exactly well-adjusted behavior. Stannis makes the list though not because he’s a bad guy, but because he’s so boring. Seriously, if he were gone, then we wouldn’t have to waste anymore time in boring ol’ Dragonstone and we could spend more time looking at actual dragons.
So, who do you think should go? Vote in our poll and sound off in the comments below!