One Game Of Thrones Star Sums Up What We Were ALL Thinking In One Tweet

21 June 2016, 15:02

Rickon Stark

WARNING: Spoilers are coming...

First of all, if you haven't seen the visual perfection that is Game Of Throne's latest episode - 'Battle Of The Bastards', stop reading now!

Ok, if you're still reading this, we'll just assume you know what happened in this season's ninth episode and are fully aware of the latest tragedy in the Stark family...

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Rickon Stark Arrow Death

Yes, the baby of the Stark family, Rickon, was killed at the hand of the most hated villain since Joffrey, Ramsay Bolton.

Obviously Twitter doesn't exist in Westeros, but the actor behind the ill-fated son of Ned, Art Parkinson, summed up what we were all thinking in less than 140 characters...

After Bran's insubordination took Hodor from our lives ("HOLD THE DOOR!"), we're really not actually surprised that Rickon didn't know that zig-zagging would totally have saved him...

WHY DID YOU NOT SERPENTINE

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