"Game of Thrones" 7 most satisfying deaths on show

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Death is no stranger to Westeros, but not all of these deaths are heartbreaking.  Through its seven season run, "Game of Thrones" has given us just as many satisfying deaths as it has given us upsetting deaths.

Pulse Movies has put together seven deaths that made viewer happy and had them laughing out loud.
In no particular order, here we go;

1. Littlefinger

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After seven seasons of manipulating and orchestrating the ladder of chaos in Westeros, the character was killed in the season 7 finale by Arya Stark, who slit his throat.
Lord Baelish had it coming and is one character we don't miss.

2. Ramsay Bolton

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Lord Bolton's bastard son and Sansa Stark's rapist husband, Ramsay Bolton was a villain that made Joffery Baretheon seem like a saint.
His death remains the most satisfying death yet. I mean, what could be worse than being mauled by your own hounds.
Sansa unleashing those dogs on him remains her greatest achievement so far.

3. Ser Meryn  Trant

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Ser Meryn Trant was a knight of the Kingsguard. The very satisfying death was revealed to also be the most expensive on show.
He was killed in Season 5, episode 10 by Arya, who gouged out his eyes and stabed him multiple times before slitting his throat.
Arya had him on her revenge list for killing her dance instructor, Syrio Forel in season one.

4. Walder Frey

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The Lord of the Crossing at the Twins and briefly, the Lord of Riverrun. He was responsible for the disastrous Red Wedding which killed Rob Stark, Catelyn Stark and Tailsa Stark.
He was killed in Season 7, episode 1, by Arya who slit his throat after feeding him a pie made out of his own sons.

5. Joffrey Baratheon

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He executed the most noble man in Westeros, Ned Stark. He was a mean king and husband to Sansa Stark.
He was killed in Season 4, episode 2 by Petyr Baelish and Olenna Tyrell at his wedding to Margery.

6. Craster

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He was a gross Wildling who slept with his daughters and sacrificed his male children to the White Walkers.
Killed in Season 3, episode 4, he was stabbed by a member of the Night's Watch, Karl Tanner.

7. Kraznys mo Nakloz

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The only reason we care about this slave trader is because his death remains one of the most iconic on show. It was carried out by the badass Daenerys.
Daenerys totally changed the game on her deal with Nakloz. After she exchanged Drogon for the Unsullied army, Dany commanded them to free every slave and kill every master in the land.
And while Nakloz was still trying to control his newly purchased dragon, Dany said dracarys - The High Valyrian word for "dragonfire," burning him to death.
You can always relive that important death in the video below.

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