- Why did Robb Trust Roose?
- Did Roose Bolton always plan to betray Robb?
- Why did Walder Frey betray Robb?
- Was Roose Bolton loyal to Ned Stark?
- Why did Roose Bolton betray Robb Stark Reddit?
- Who killed Ramsay Bolton?
- Who ordered the Red Wedding?
- Who kills everyone in the Red Wedding?
- Why does everyone betray the Starks?
- Who killed Roose Bolton?
- Did littlefinger know about the Red Wedding?
- Who is more hated Joffrey or Ramsay?
- Why did Petyr Baelish betray Ned?
- Why was Ned Stark called a traitor?
- Was Roose Bolton at the Red Wedding?
- Why does Roose Bolton use leeches?
- Did Jamie know about the Red Wedding?
- How many died at the Red Wedding?
- Is Ramsay Bolton hated?
- Do people hate Joffrey Baratheon?
They won’t attack without a golden opportunity. Roose was loyal at that point because it was so early in the war and there was a possibility that he could win and be rewarded by Robb. I think he betrayed Robb at around the point of the Battle of Blackwater Bay.
No, definitely not as early as the Battle of the Green Fork. After the Battle of Blackwater. In the beginning, Roose was as loyal as can be. He was then given command of the Northern army and ordered to engage Tywin in battle.
Lord Walder Frey exacted the ultimate revenge against the King in the North for breaking his pact to marry one of the Frey daughters — slaughtering all of the honored guests at the make-up nuptials between Edmure Tully and Roslin Frey. Robb’s death alone wasn’t enough to satisfy Lord Frey’s thirst for vengeance.
You have to think about it. The Boltons hate the Starks and at any chance will betray them, but they are cautiously evil. They won’t attack without a golden opportunity. Roose was loyal at that point because it was so early in the war and there was a possibility that he could win and be rewarded by Robb.
Roose decided to betray Robb long ago, after the Lannisters defeated Stannis Baratheon at the Battle of the Blackwater, and was simply feigning loyalty this entire time, even as he was plotting the Starks’ destruction.
Ramsay is killed by Sansa in Season 6, but sadly, Ramsay was a sign of things to come.
Lord Walder FreyThe Red Wedding was a massacre that took place during the War of the Five Kings, arranged by Lord Walder Frey as revenge against Robb Stark, ruling King in the North, for breaking the marriage pact between House Stark and House Frey.
The King in the North, Robb Stark, his mother Catelyn, and most of his three thousand five hundred soldiers are slaughtered. The event is orchestrated by its host, Lord Walder Frey, as revenge for Robb’s breaking of a marriage pact he made with House Frey, and Walder’s conspirator, Lord Roose Bolton.
Originally Answered: Why are the Starks always betrayed? Because the Starks don’t seem to bother finding out what people want, and giving it to them. Ned Stark relied too much on his “honor” and “doing the right thing”.
Ramsay BoltonRamsay Bolton after murdering his father. The assassination at Winterfell is an event during the War of the Five Kings, in which Roose Bolton, the Lord of Winterfell and Warden of the North, is betrayed and murdered by his own son, Ramsay Bolton.
No. He only thought he did. He was drunk out of his mind, and Lysa lost her virginity to him that night, only Petyr thought it was Catelyn in his drunken stupor.
, Regular reader of the analysts of Ice and Fire. Joffrey was hateful but he was enjoyable to hate, his over-the-top sadism and childish tantrums making him come across as a more sadistic Disney Prince John. Ramsay was monstrously evil and sadistic… but he’s more hated because of how much the writers seem to love him.
Baelish betrays Stark because Eddard was going to go against his wishes to have Joffery be the successor. While as insane a plan as it seemed, it was Littlefinger’s best chance to retain what power he had as Head of Coin.
Ned’s idea of the rightful heir was Stannis. He also plans to make the knowledge of Cersei’s relationship public and run away from King’s Landing. Because of all of this, Cersei had him arrested and declared traitor, as he effectively tried to prevent Joffrey from ascending the throne.
He participates in the Red Wedding and kills Robb. TLDR: Ned has no reason to assume he will do anything wrong. At the point of Ned’s death, Roose is a trusted general.
He uses leeches to calm his urges so he can play the Game of Thrones.
No. Jaime didn’t know about the Red Wedding beforehand. In A Storm of Swords, Jaime hears about the news en route to King’s Landing. We don’t exactly know what he thought about that, and by the time he recollects that information he’s already at King’s Landing which was mourning someone else.
The Red Wedding is a massacre at the wedding feast of Edmure Tully, Lord of Riverrun, and Roslin Frey at the Twins in 299 AC during the War of the Five Kings. The King in the North, Robb Stark, his mother Catelyn, and most of his three thousand five hundred soldiers are slaughtered.
Ramsay was monstrously evil and sadistic… but he’s more hated because of how much the writers seem to love him. In the books he looms large in Theon’s storyline but the writers kept putting more and more Ramsay, prioritising him over better characters like Roose and Stannis.
Because he’s designed to be hated. Joffrey is the absolute archetype of a spoiled, entitled bully who’s never been told “no” by anyone. As the series progresses, he’s revealed to also be brutal, sadistic, cowardly and utterly without human empathy. There’s no reason to like him and every reason to hate him.