Re: A Song of Ice and Fire books
He is just a brute, but in a series of schemers and master manipulators he's a little different from the usual POV and that's his charm, at least for me....that and the fact that he's basically become a force of nature now that he's embraced the Red God, I'm sure that's put a kink in Euron's plans. He kinda reminds me of Conan the Barbarian, or at least the (naturally) less intelligent Ironborn equvilant.
I've no illusions about him living in the long run but I just want to see the Ghiscari meet his axe and hopefully have him and his wretched brother finish each other off.
"The smell was something he was born with. A curse, the smallfolk said. The gods had made him stink so that men would know his soul was rotting. Ramsay’s mother appeared at my gates to demand that I provide a servant for my bastard, who was growing up wild and unruly. I gave her Reek. It was meant to be amusing, but he and Ramsay became inseparable. I do wonder, though... was it Ramsay who corrupted Reek, or Reek Ramsay? ”
Last edited by Roose Bolton; 03-27-2013 at 01:09 AM.