INT. SMALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS – DAY
VARYS: All right, the small council has received the raven regarding Miss Melisandre’s conduct at the Siege of Winterfell, endorsement from the Warden of the North…Maester Pycelle?
PYCELLE: As her supervisor I would describe Melinsandre’s progress as quite remarkable. Taking into account her dedication to R’hllor and her aid in defending the Wall against the white walkers, I recommend her release.
MACE: Melisandre, do you regret your crimes?
MELISANDRE: Yes. And I’m aware of the pain that I have caused.
MACE: If released, will you commit those crimes again?
MELISANDRE: No. No, I won’t.
MACE: Do you consider yourself ready to be released back into Westeros?
MELISANDRE: Yes, I do.
SHADOW: (interrupting the proceedings) Yeah, right, Melisandre, you’re ready all right.
SHADOW: (holds out doll to Melisandre) Remember this? Do you remember this, Melisandre? Remember who it belonged to?
SHADOW: What did you do to Princess Shireen, Melisandre?
MELISANDRE: That’s not fair, Shadow.
SHADOW: What did you do to that little girl, Melisandre?
MELISANDRE: (long pause – smiles) I burned her.
SHADOW: What do you do to soldiers who refuse to pledge allegiance to the Lord of Light, Melisandre?
MELISANDRE: (chuckles) Burn them.
SHADOW: And what about the realm, Melisandre? What would you like to do to the whole realm?
MELISANDRE: Burn it all.
SHADOW: See you next year, Melisandre.