Game of Thrones
Alfie Allen as Theon Greyjoy and Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark. Facebook/Game of Thrones (Helen Sloan/HBO)

Blood, violence and gore are a constant in “Game of Thrones.” However, when death will raise its ugly head again on April 24 with the return of Season 6, a key character who is evil personified will be more evil than the human mind can take.

[Spoiler Alert] Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon), known for his horrific torture techniques and for spreading fear, will do some disgraceful stuff. His abominations have kept viewers numb with fear. His terrible cruelty on Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen) and Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) made viewers cringe.

In a recent interview, Rheon revealed a bit on his character in “Game of Thrones” Season 6. He confirmed that Ramsay will keep his “lust-for-blood” ways open.

“Some more horrific behaviour and real disgraceful stuff. You know, yeah, you, you wouldn't want to take me home to meet your mother,” Rheon told “Good Morning America’s” Jesse Palmer.

Viewers are eagerly hoping for Sansa and Theon to escape. The last time viewers saw them, they had jumped off from a high wall of Winterfell to escape from their tormentor.

When asked on the infamous torture scenes, Allen said they did affect the actors. Hence, they had to keep things light.

“I mean, I guess to go to those really dark places, you have to kind of keep it light in between,” Allen said.

“Game of Thrones” is well-known for its “no-mercy” attitude on the characters, no matter how popular they are. Hence, Natalie Dormer, who plays Queen Margaery Tyrell, has described the show as an “occupational hazard.” Dormer discussed the death of character without revealing much.

“I don't know how long I will go on to live for. But this show is an occupational hazard!” she said on The One Show.

Dormer also revealed that she does not read other characters’ storylines to keep it interesting. The actress is a huge “Game of Thrones” fan and hence reading her co-stars’ scripts would take away the fun.

In yet another conversation with Entertainment Weekly, “Game of Thrones” writer-producer Bryan Cogman said that Season 5 was all about taking certain characters to the brink and then destroying them completely. He took the examples of Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane) and Jon Snow (kit Harington).

Cogman added that central characters were left in crisis. However, in Season 6, they will get a chance to rebuild their lives.

When asked to compare between Seasons 5 and 6, Cogman said that he found Season 5 the darkest and even though “Game of Thrones” Season 6 will have its dark moments, “it’s very much a next act.”