OFFICIAL Game of Thrones Thread - Page 402
Honestly as vicious as both are, im surprised neither kept their guard up at all times. Ramsay had every reason to kill Roose, not sure why Roose didn't anticipate it.
I didn't really see it that way. I felt like she did it more because she was upset that he deserted Jon Snow, perhaps the only living person in the entire world she still cares about. That's kind of always been her problem- she doesn't run on well reasoned analysis, but on emotion, mostly hate. The whole Faceless Man training has been about removing her identity and all the emotion that's tied up in being Arya Stark. And in the end it will likely fail, because she refuses to let go of that core of hatred.
Killing for Arya is as natural as breathing. Remember she unconsciously warged with Nymeria (her direwolf) in her sleep as she ravaged the Riverlands and lived through every death. If she is emotionally invested in the person, she will be extra brutal. Remember the Tickler in the book or Poliver in the show? She was brutal with them. The only reason she spared the Hound was because letting him live and die slowly would be worse than a quick death.
Yeah, I think it was that comment that got him killed.
Was I not paying very good attention, but did the dogs hunting for Theon and Sansa just sort of disappear once Brienne and Pod showed up and started killing everyone? I don't remember an explicit dog-killing in that scene, although there was plenty of people-killing.