|Occupation||Castellan of the Dreadfort|
|Family||Roose Bolton - Father|
Domeric Bolton - Half-Brother (Deceased)
|First Appearance||Iron From Ice|
|Last Appearance||A Nest of Vipers|
|Series lifespan||Iron From Ice to A Nest of Vipers|
|Ramsay Snow Gallery|
|“||I'm impressed. Whew. Lucky for me, you're a cripple. I may have misjudged you, Rodrik. I came here to kill you, but now, I'm thinking it might be far more entertaining to watch you and Ludd tear each other to pieces. I never want to come back to this fucking shitstain of a hold fast. I have better things to do than to play wet nurse to you and Ludd, so you'll settle this on your own. Last house standing...wins. Otherwise I'll kill you both and be done with it.||”|
Ramsay Snow is the true main antagonist of Game of Thrones: A Telltale Game Series. He is the bastard son of Roose Bolton. His voice and likeness is provided by Iwan Rheon. As well as that, he is one of the major antagonists in the original Game of Thrones TV series.
The personification of evil in the North and a certifiable psychopath, Ramsay is a disgustingly sadistic, ruthless, vicious, bloodthirsty, callous, merciless, monstrous, brutal, highly intelligent, cunning, and wicked lunatic who takes twisted pleasure in savagely torturing, hunting, and killing his victims. Disturbingly, he particularly enjoys skinning and flaying his victims alive, and even likens it to "art". He also enjoys capturing and torturing women of any age, and especially enjoys hunting and raping them. The mastermind behind the rivalry between the Forresters and the Whitehills, he seeks to use their rivalry as the kindling for an all-out war, and once they kill each other, he will rule the rest. He possesses an equally sarcastic and sadistic sense of humor that he displays even on the face of business matters. He also has a severe inferiority complex and hates to be reminded of his position as a bastard, which drives his every motivation. He owns savage hounds that he uses to kill his victims in his hunts.
Game Of Thrones: A Telltale Game Series Edit
After the events of the Red Wedding, Ramsay is sent to Ironrath to ensure the loyalty of House Forrester to the new Warden of the North, Roose Bolton. With that, the Boltons also hope to get a steady supply of Ironwood from the Wall.
He is first seen by Gared Tuttle on the Kingsroad when the latter is on his way to the Wall. He tortures a man bound to a cross by flaying him. After the prisoner is dead, Gared is almost detected by Ramsay and his men, and gets the choice to either run or stay still. If he runs, the scene cuts to black before you can see the outcome of the choice. If you choose to stay still, Ramsay will decide that they have wasted enough time already, and the garrison moves on. Gared then inspects the flayed man, revealing the gruesome corpse of Ramsay's victim, and will be horrified at the sight.
Ramsay's arrival at Ironrath is one of the main themes in the first Episode, Iron From Ice. During the Episode, the player , has to devise a plan on how to deal with Ramsay's arrival. Mira is given the choice to ask Margaery Tyrell for the crown's assistance. This plan, however, fails either way as King Joffrey isn't willing to support any Houses that fought alongside the Starks.
At Ironrath, Ethan Forrester has to name a Sentinel. This choice will have a minor effect the way Ramsay is welcomed. You can either be hostile towards him and keep him outside the gates for a while or meet him in the Great Hall to show respect for him and Ludd Whitehill.
Ramsay arrives with Whitehill at Ironrath. No matter what you choose, the player will end up in the Great Hall nonetheless. Ramsay points out how young Ethan is and is generally patronising towards him, referring to him as 'little lord'. He asks Ethan to bend the knee for his father, Roose Bolton, to which the player can accept or refuse. Ramsay tells Ethan that he doesn't care about the Forresters, but that the Boltons are obligated to supply the crown with the Forrester's Ironwood. He decides to give all the Ironwood of the Forresters to the Whitehills. Ethan can talk him out of this plan. Suddenly, Ramsay decides that a garrison of twenty men will be stationed at Ironrath, to quell any potential resistance the Forresters may offer. He then turns his attention to the rest of the Forresters, especially Talia, who he finds pretty. He grabs her hand and declares she will be his ward. Ethan can grab Talia and pull her away or talk Ramsay out of his decision. Either way, Ramsay will walk up to Ethan and plunge his knife through Ethan's throat, saying he's far too much trouble. While Ethan is dying of his wound, Ramsay orders Ludd Whitehill to grab Ryon Forrester and take him as a ward instead, telling him to kill him if he becomes a problem too. He then leaves the Great Hall, sarcastically stating that it was "lovely to meet them all" and promises that he will meet them again.
Ramsay is first heard laughing inside the Great Hall which has been wrecked and he is sitting alone with Talia at the table and asks to hear Talia's song about her deceased twin brother. She refuses and he questions, "No!?" Rodrik steps his cane down and can either order him to get away, be courteous or demand for him to state his business. Ramsay rises and tells Rodrik that he is told rumors that he is a man who can't be broken and says he will see for himself.
Ramsay told Rodrik that his father Roose Bolton has been looking for a bride for his son, he requested to have Talia marry him, or perhaps Lady Elissa Forrester, stating 'a flower plucked is still a flower', before saying that it just dies more quickly with a sadistic smile on his face. If Rodrik chooses to confront him about him killing Ethan, Ramsay gleefully admits that he killed many brothers and sisters, and says that killing Ethan makes no difference to him. He then sets this conversation aside and asks Rodrik to walk with him to the grove, regardless of the player's choice, he will take away Rodrik's sword and set it to the table. He then asks Talia to tag along, despite Rodrik reasoning with him that it is not his sister's business, he insisted, claiming he doesn't trust his men looking after her.
As Ramsay and the Forresters walk to the grove, Ramsay took Talia away from Rodrik, leaving her frightened, and state that he was confused the Whitehill Garrison did not come to greet the Boltons, and instead the Glenmore Elite guard were in Ironrath (determinant). Arthur suddenly screamed off in the distance, Rodrik could either be honest by saying the Glenmore were his allies, or lie by saying they were guests coming to visit, which didn't matter to Ramsay. He then thanked Rodrik for being forthcoming, prepared for setting things straight again by having the Forresters paying the price.
The three arrived at where Arthur was being held, revealing that he was being flayed. Ramsay starts kicking Rodrik, due to him disobeying and attacking the Whitehills, then taking his knife out and starts to flay Arthur in front of the Forresters. Talia begs him to stop and starts screaming in despair, but it doesn't stop Ramsay, and forces Talia to watch and learn the consequences of "disobedience". Despite Talia begging for mercy, Ramsay rebuffs that Rodrik didn't show mercy to Gryff, and states that it is entirely Rodrik's fault.
After Arthur lost consciousness, he hands over his knife to Rodrik, then tests him to prove how strong he is by stabbing him. Regardless of the player's choice, though, Ramsay can't be killed, if the player attempts to stab Ramsay he will simply knock Rodrik to the ground but will be impressed by Rodrik's bravery. He then exclaims that he wants to see Rodrik and Ludd tear each other apart, or as he claims, let the two houses settle things on their own, to which the Forresters reluctantly agree. Before he leaves Ironrath, as soon as Arthur regains consciousness, Ramsay stabs him one more time, tearing his insides apart, killing him and shocking the Forresters. This leaves the Forresters without northern allies.
Killed Victims Edit
|Season One appearances|
|Iron From Ice||The Lost Lords||The Sword in the Darkness||Sons of Winter||A Nest of Vipers||The Ice Dragon|
- Because Ramsay Snow is a character from the show, his status will be 'Unknown' for the rest of the game.
|Game Of Thrones Characters|
|House Forrester||Gregor • Elissa • Josera • Elsera • Rodrik • Asher • Mira • Ethan • Talia • Ryon • Shadow|
|Ironrath Residents||Gared • (Father • Jenna) • Duncan • Royland • Ortengryn • Malcolm • Erik • Bowen • Norren|
|House Whitehill||Ludd • Lady W. • Karl • Ebbert • Torrhen • Gwyn • Gryff|
|Whitehill Garrison||Harys • Whitehill Soldier 1 • Whitehill Soldier 2 • Whitehill Soldier 3 • Whitehill Soldier 4 • Whitehill Soldier 5|
|House Glenmore||Elaena • Arthur|
|House Lannister||Cersei • Tyrion • Lyman • Lucan • Damien|
|King's Landing Residents||Tom • Sera • Andros • Morgryn • Garibald|
|The Night's Watch||Jon • Frostfinger • Cotter • Finn • Britt • Casper • Hugh • Lobor • Errold • Wendel • Duff|
|Beyond The Wall||Sylvi|
|Essos||Beskha • Tazal • Bezzaq • Croft • Dezhor|
|House Targaryen||Daenerys • Drogon • Viserion|
|Pit Fighters||Amaya • Bloodsong • The Beast|