Every ‘Game of Thrones’ romantic relationship, ranked from worst to best
Warning: Spoilers if you have not seen the season finale of “Game of Thrones.”
all Game of Thrones seasons normally bring death, destruction, and political intrigue to mind. But that’s not all that Game of Thrones has to offer. There’s a lot of romance relationships ranked from worst to best.
The best romantic relationships on all GOT 8 seasonsrange from steamy and loving to tempestuous and insidious.
Keeping all of that in mind, we decided to take a look at all of the romantic relationships featured on “Game of Thrones,” and rank them from worst to best.
Here they are:
37. Craster and his daughters/wifes
Craster is a wildling, and former ally of the Night’s Watch known for marrying and sleeping with all of his daughters. he’s also would sacrifice any male children his daughters bore.
Incest, sacrifice, and nonconsensual relationships aren’t uncommon occurrences on GOT ,” but the combination of all three makes Craster and his unfortunate daughters/wives the worst relationship on Game of Thrones.
36. Walder Frey and his child brides
It’s hard to consider Walder Frey’s relationships with his endless stream of disposable child brides relationships at all.
The nonconsensual nature of Walder Frey’s relationships with his young brides makes these so-called relationships some of the all time worst on “Game of Thrones.”
35. Sansa Stark and Ramsay Bolton
Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish arranges for Sansa to marry Ramsay, after the Boltons have taken over Winterfell.
Unsurprisingly, the man who castrated Theon Greyjoy for fun turned out to be a less than stellar husband, physically and psychologically tormenting Sansa.
Sansa exacts revenge upon Ramsay and has him eaten alive by his own dogs, restoring House Stark as the rulers of the North.