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Luis Antonio Ramos, pictured here at the "Power" Season 2 premiere event on June 2, 2015 in New York City, answered some fans' questions during his #AskPower Q&A on Monday, Sept. 19. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

“Power” Season 3’s finale is right around the corner, and there’s definitely a lot to look forward to in episode 10. Though Tommy (Joseph Sikora) has declared that he wants to kill James “Ghost” St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick), it seems unlikely that the lead character will actually die in Sunday’s episode. But this doesn’t mean that all the main characters are safe from being killed off this season, according to Luis Antonio Ramos.

Ramos, who plays Carlos “Vibora” Ruiz in “Power” Season 3, recently answered some questions from fans of the Starz series during his #AskPower Twitter Q&A on Monday, Sept. 19. His character was killed by Tommy in “Power” Season 3, episode 9, titled “I Call The Shots,” after the latter found out about Ghost’s plan to use Ruiz to get rid of Milan (Callan Mulvey). When asked by a Twitter user how many more characters will die in the Season 3 finale, he replied, “As many as are needed to move the story forward and continue to raise the stakes.”

Among the many questions that fans asked him was how Tommy managed to trick Ruiz and kill him, even though the former’s intentions seemed to be obvious when he dismissed Ruiz’s driver and pretended to have car troubles in order to stab him in a dark, quiet place. Ramos answered that this was only possible because Ruiz trusted Tommy.

Several fans also expressed their dismay over Ruiz’s death. One user said that she believed Ramos’ character should not have died, and in response, the actor said that he had to turn off his phone when the episode aired because a lot of people were texting and sending him messages saying they were upset about Ruiz being killed off.

Ramos also confirmed that there will be two more seasons for “Power” after Season 3 concludes this Sunday. In addition, he was asked by several fans about his upcoming projects after his exit from “Power,” but he only replied that he’ll update fans at a later date.

Check out more responses from Ramos about “Power” Season 3 below!

“Power” Season 3, episode 10 is set to air on Sunday, Sept. 25 at 9 p.m. ET on Starz.