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She says that she is speaking of other women like herself and asserts that he wants her. She tells him that he wants to see what is beneath her robe and that he will.
They enter a cave in the cliff. Davos says that it is strange that her Lord of Light asks her to work in the shadows. She counters that shadows cannot live in the dark and are servants of the light.
He finds their way barred and says that the bars are new. Melisandre says that their passage cannot be barred and opens her robe.
She appears heavily pregnant and Davos calls on the seven gods for protection. Melisandre tells him that there is only one god and that He only protects those who serve Him.
Davos's lanterns glow with increasing intensity, startling him. He backs along the wall of the cave as Melisandre lies down on her robe. She begins to moan and something shifts under the skin of her belly.
Her choker glows red as she throws her head back. Her moans and gasps intensify, as though she were experiencing intense pleasure, as Davos looks on.
Shadowy hands grip her legs and a dark figure pulls itself free of her womb. The shadow stands before her for an instant before passing between the bars.
The shadow assassinates Renly , and Stannis takes control of the majority of his army. Catelyn and Brienne are in the tent with Renly when he is killed.
Catelyn is not sure what she saw, but Brienne is sure it was a shadow with Stannis's face. Stannis sails on King's Landing with his new forces, but Davos convinces him to leave Melisandre behind lest she be credited for his victory.
Stannis suffers a crushing defeat at the Battle of the Blackwater , but manages to retreat. He begins to strangle her in fury but relents when she reminds him of the spell they used to kill Renly.
He expresses regret at murdering his brother. Melisandre warns him that he will commit worse betrayals before their long war is over but insists that he must fight on.
She shows him a vision in flames that awes him and restores his faith in her. Following Stannis's defeat, he becomes isolated and withdrawn, and allows no one but Melisandre to see him.
Melisandre begins to conduct human sacrifices, ordering any of Stannis's remaining followers who spoke out against her or their dwindling cause to be burned alive as offerings to the Lord of Light.
Davos returns with the intention of murdering her in order to stop her from leading Stannis to his doom.
He denounces Melisandre as his enemy and draws a knife when she mentions his son's death, but he is restrained and taken to the dungeons.
She leaves Dragonstone for the Riverlands , despite Stannis wanting her to stay and be with him. She insists there is something they must find.
She at first demands to know what happened to Thoros's mission to convert Robert Baratheon. After bluntly telling her he failed, Thoros asks that she be more open about her needs and that she refrain from speaking High Valyrian.
Thoros shows her Beric Dondarrion and explains his many resurrections. Thoros chastises her and reminds her that he is but an instrument of the Lord of Light.
Beric tells her that there is only darkness in the afterlife. The two then agree to give Gendry over to her, in exchange for two heavy bags of gold.
As she is about to leave with her prize, Melisandre is accosted by Arya , who refers to her as "evil". She brushes off Arya's insults and looks into the girl's eyes, seeing many other pairs of eyes that Arya will one day shut forever.
The Red Priestess asserts that they will meet again one day. She tells Gendry that she was born into slavery and questions him about his knowledge of his own background.
She is surprised to learn he is unaware of his father's real identity. Upon arriving at Dragonstone, Melisandre discussed him with Stannis.
He is confused at Melisandre's kind treatment towards someone she intends to sacrifice, but the Red Priestess compares the situation to sacrificing a lamb: the creatures are unwieldy to deal with when nervous, but are easy to sacrifice when calm.
She puts Gendry up in a lavish chamber and seduces him. She quickly turns the tables, tying him to the bed and proceeding to leech his blood for a ritual.
After Davos frees Gendry and faces Stannis's wrath, he tries to save his skin by producing a letter to the Night's Watch.
Melisandre burns the letter and confirms the truth of the message: the War of the Five Kings is but a distraction from the true conflict, as darkness marches on the Wall.
Melisandre also confirms that Davos must not be killed, as R'hllor has decreed the Onion Knight's importance to the forces of light in the coming conflict.
Melisandre presides over the burning of several of Stannis's bannermen who have refused to cease their open worship of the Seven, Queen Selyse's own brother among them.
Despite Melisandre's insistence that their souls have been saved, the loss of these bannermen has also lost them a significant portion of their army.
Stannis is accepting of her methods and Selyse is wholly trusting of her, whilst Davos retains his skepticism.
Melisandre later dines with Stannis and Selyse. She makes small talk when discussing the Siege of Storm's End and how the Lord of Light saved Melisandre from slavery , but keeps her silence when they begin arguing about Shireen, who has angered Selyse by not converting and suggesting physical punishment for her disrespect and "sinfulness".
Stannis forbids Selyse from laying a hand on Shireen. Selyse suggests sending Melisandre to talk to Shireen instead, a task the red priestess looks decidedly unenthusiastic about.
Nonetheless, Melisandre visits Shireen later that night. She dismisses The Seven-Pointed Star as "lies and fables" and tells Shireen that there are only two gods, R'hllor and the Great Other, and only one hell, the one they live in now.
Months later, Selyse speaks to Melisandre, who is enjoying a bath. Melisandre quips that the Lord of Light told her to enjoy it as it was the last time she would have a good bath, but the joke goes over Selyse's head.
Melisandre praises her for this, however, since most jokes are lies, whilst Selyse is devoted to truthfulness. Selyse again asks if they should avoid them due their untruthful nature, to which Melisandre states that they should not always be ignored.
Cementing her position as Melisandre's most devoted follower, the Red Priestess tells Selyse about her use of potions and illusions in serving the Lord of Light, the idea being that a bit of pageantry and deception in helping converts see the truth will be forgiven later on.
Selyse asks her if she used the potions when she slept with Stannis, to which she replies that she did not.
Selyse then remarks on her desire to leave their daughter Shireen behind when they go to the North, due to her "sinful" nature.
She also mentions that she does not know if Shireen is actually sinful or simply born out of hate for Selyse.
The two then look into the fire, mutually agreeing on Shireen's attendance. Their entourage arrives almost immediately after the battle for the Wall , in which many wildlings and black brothers died.
At the Watch's funeral for their fallen brothers, Melisandre stares through the flames and keeps her gaze fixed upon Jon Snow.
Stannis sends for Jon through Melisandre, and on the way from Castle Black to the top of the Wall, she shows him how she is never cold by allowing him to touch her cheek.
She also asks if Jon is a virgin. Jon replies that he is not and Melisandre replies that is a good thing. Later, she oversees the burning of Mance Rayder , personally lighting the pyre and denouncing him as a "King of Lies", while proclaiming Stannis the only true king.
However, Mance is mercifully shot with an arrow by Jon before he can catch fire. Melisandre intervenes in an argument between Selyse and Stannis over Shireen; this time, Melisandre quite firmly comes down on Stannis's side, and says that the Lord of Light doesn't care about Shireen's disfigurement, for Stannis's blood runs through her veins.
After Selyse leaves, Melisandre inquires as to whether she will be left behind when Stannis marches on Winterfell; Stannis confirms that this time, she will come with him.
Satisfied, Melisandre visits Jon Snow, offering a surprisingly mundane reason for him to join the battle: his familiarity with Winterfell's layout will provide a tactical advantage.
Melisandre then proceeds to try and seduce Jon, undoing her dress and straddling him at his desk. She urges him to take her, as the Lord of Light made humans male and female for a reason, and to prove that he is on the side of life and not death.
Jon resists, citing his vows, and the fact that Stannis wouldn't approve. Melisandre retorts that they shouldn't tell Stannis, and that he already broke his vows to lie with a woman - a woman who is now dead and need not hold Jon's heart.
Jon admits that his feelings for Ygritte are still real even though she's gone. Melisandre does up her dress and departs, declaring "you know nothing, Jon Snow", the same words that Ygritte repeatedly said to him during their liaison, as well as being her last words.
Melisandre departs Castle Black along with the rest of Stannis's army, riding next to him. As winter will soon arrive, they also run the risk of being stuck at Castle Black for years, during which the Boltons will regain their strength.
Melisandre speaks alone with Stannis and reminds him that they may need to sacrifice more King's blood in order to better their chances of winning the upcoming battle in the snow which they both saw in the flames, citing the deaths of Robb Stark and Joffrey as examples.
When Stannis says that they have no chance of locating Gendry, Melisandre suggests that they sacrifice Shireen.
Stannis is visibly shocked and disgusted by the suggestion, asking her if she has lost her mind. She tries to convince him by saying that Stannis must be the undisputed king when the Long Night comes, but he rebuffs her and orders her to leave his presence.
However, an attack by Ramsay Bolton leaves Stannis's men and food supply diminished, after which Stannis reluctantly allows Melisandre to sacrifice Shireen along with several other victims.
Shireen is brought towards Melisandre, after which she demands to see her father. Melisandre promises that it will all be over soon and Shireen is then tied to the pyre.
She then offers a prayer to the Lord of Light, lighting the pyre without remorse and killing Shireen despite her screams for help to her parents.
Selyse almost reaches her daughter but is restrained by Stannis men. Melisandre smiles, satisfied that she has done her God's work.
Stannis's demeanor remains unaltered, despite Melisandre's positivity; both of them ignorant of the desertion following Shireen's immolation.
The next day, the temperature climbs and the snow melts rapidly, enough that the army can march at last. Stannis gruffly pulls away from Melisandre's attempt to embrace him.
When a soldier reports to Stannis that half of his army has deserted in the night, a result of Shireen's execution, and Melisandre's composure begins to waver.
Immediately after, another soldier reports the discovery of Selyse's body. Her faith all but shattered and probably fearing Stannis's wrath , Melisandre abandons Stannis, steals a horse and flees back to Castle Black.
Melisandre does not answer, her blank, regretful expression being enough to confirm Jon and Davos's fears. Stannis is later killed during the Battle of Winterfell.
After Davos brings Jon's corpse into a room, Melisandre is called. She tells the few men loyal to Jon that she saw Jon fighting in Winterfell in the flames, but chalks it up to another vision that will not come true.
Later that evening in her chambers at Castle Black, Melisandre undresses for the evening. Looking forlorn at herself in the mirror, she takes off her necklace and her illusion of beauty disappears, revealing her true form: a frail old woman, many centuries old.
She climbs slowly into bed. Later, Davos implores Melisandre to attempt to revive Jon, saying that he cares nothing for red gods, drowned gods or the Seven, but he does believe in her power.
Melisandre reluctantly agrees to try. As Davos and Tormund watch, with Ghost present too, Melisandre attempts the resurrection, ritualizing the experience more than Thoros did.
Initially after performing the ritual, nothing happens. Dejected, all but Ghost leave. As Ghost gets up from resting, Jon Snow gasps and opens his eyes.
A few moments later, an astonished Melisandre returns to the room to find Davos assisting the newly-revived Jon. Desperate for answers, Melisandre asks him about his experience, and is disappointed to learn that like Beric Dondarrion, he saw nothing while dead.
Since Jon is still trying to wrap his head around what happened, Davos asks Melisandre to give him some space - which she does to his surprise.
Melisandre is later visible on the ramparts of Castle Black when Jon appears before the Night's Watch, and when he executes the ringleaders of the Mutiny at Castle Black.
Davos asks if Melisandre intends to stay at Castle Black. She replies that she will do whatever Jon Snow commands her to do, as she does indeed consider him to be the prince that was promised.
Davos points out that she was once sure it was Stannis, and takes the opportunity to grill her about what really happened on the road to Winterfell.
They are interrupted by Brienne, who boldly tells them that Stannis lost, and that she executed him after he admitted to using blood magic to kill Renly.
Davos processes Brienne while Melisandre slips away. Sansa demands that she and Jon lead the Stark loyalists against House Bolton, which he originally ignores, but agrees after Ramsay sends a letter detailing the death of his father and the capture of their brother, Rickon.
Melisandre is present at a war council meeting while Sansa, Jon and Davos discuss which of the Northern houses they can ask for support.
Melisandre later rides with Jon and Sansa when they depart from Castle Black. The night before the Jon goes to battle with Ramsay Bolton , he enters Melisandre's tent and remarks that he did not see her at the war council.
He asks her not to bring him back from the dead a second time if he falls during the next day's battle. She implies that it is not her decision and she must do as the Lord of Light commands.
After Jon's victory at the battle, Melisandre walks along the battlements of Winterfell, as she once saw in the flames. She is unaware that Davos is watching her from below, having discovered that she had Shireen killed.
When Davos interrupts Melisandre's conversation with Jon in the hall of Winterfell and challenges her about Shireen's death, she shows remorse at the sight of her burned wooden carving and confesses her culpability.
Though she argues that she burnt Shireen at the command of her parents, when Jon asks her for any last defense, Davos denounces the order as evil and threatens to execute her personally.
Jon exiles her from the North for her crime of infanticide, after which she is seen riding south from Winterfell.
After being exiled from the North, Melisandre heard tales of Daenerys Targaryen 's impending arrival, and returns to Dragonstone to meet her.
Although Varys is hostile towards her due to his hatred for blood magic , Daenerys welcomes her in light of the assistance that Kinvara and the Red Priests of Volantis have given her.
When Daenerys points out that she isn't a prince, the queen's translator Missandei explains this isn't actually a problem: the High Valyrian word for "prince" is actually gender-neutral and can mean "prince or princess".
Melisandre avoids speculating on the promised one's exact identity, and tells Daenerys that she has a role to play in the war to come and so does the King in the North, Jon Snow.
She urges Daenerys to meet with him and let him tell her the things he's seen. Tyrion is surprised by Melisandre's message but agrees, prophecy or no, that he could be a valuable ally and tells the Queen that he has more reason than she does to hate Cersei Lannister.
Daenerys agrees to summon him so that he can bend the knee to her. Melisandre remains silent through the political discussion.
When Jon finally arrives at Dragonstone, Melisandre stays back, observing from the cliffs. Varys meets her there and intuits that she's done something to anger the King in the North.
Melisandre confirms that neither Jon nor his adviser are fond of her due — in her own words — to mistakes that she had made. Melisandre says that she will stay away from both Jon and Daenerys as her days of "whispering in the ears of kings" are over.
Melisandre declares that she has "brought ice and fire together" and that her work is done. Varys is delighted to hear that she will depart for Volantis soon, and advises her not to return to Westeros.
Melisandre states that she cannot follow that advice, as she must return to Westeros once more to face her end: like Varys, it is her fate to die in Westeros.
As Winterfell prepares for the Army of the Dead to march on them, Melisandre approaches from the darkness. Melisandre places a hand over the blade of the nearest Dothraki, Qhono , and chants in Valyrian.
This causes the swords of every Dothraki to light on fire, giving them hope as they charge towards the Army of the Dead. Melisandre then enters Winterfell.
Seeing Ser Davos clearly aggravated by her presence, she assures him that there is no need to kill her himself, as she will be dead by morning.
She also shares a look with Arya before the battle begins, fulfilling the promise made to her years earlier. However, the cold is so intense that the fire from their arrows is quickly extinguished.
The Unsullied escort Melisandre to the trench where she quickly uses the same chant to set it ablaze, initially destroying all the Wights that attempt to cross.
Sometime later, when Arya, the Hound , and Beric Dondarrion barricade themselves inside the great hall of Winterfell, Beric dies of injuries the dead inflicted on him.
Melisandre appears and explains to Arya that the Lord of Light had brought him back for a purpose, and that purpose is now fulfilled.
Arya recalls the last time they met, where Melisandre prophesied that Arya would shut many eyes forever: brown eyes, green eyes, and, as Melisandre now reminds her, blue eyes.
As the dead attempt to break into the room, Melisandre asks Arya, "what do we say to the God of Death? With her destiny fulfilled, she strides out of the gates of Winterfell and discards her cloak and Asshai'i necklace.
Her true form revealed, Melisandre ages rapidly, the power of R'hllor no longer maintaining her youth. Walking placidly into the cold air, she is watched by Davos as she collapses into dust before the sun rises - fulfilling her promise to him that she will die before dawn.
Another of Melisandre's prophecies ultimately comes true when Varys betrays Daenerys and is subsequently executed, fulfilling Melisandre's prediction that Varys would be an Essosi who would die in Westeros, as was she.
Melisandre was best defined by her seemingly unwavering faith in R'hllor, which seemed to dominate every move she made.
A religious fanatic, she attributed many, if not any, great thing to be done in the world as an act carried out by the Lord; however, funnily enough, she does not credit herself with anything she does in the fire god's service, describing herself as simply a vessel for his will.
She was extremely intelligent in her own way and appeared to have an uncanny understanding of other people, which enabled her to either gain their trust or to subdue them in a confrontation without it coming to blows between them, which sets her apart from women like Cersei Lannister who subdues them by threatening them with her own family's power and Margaery Tyrell who actually got people to trust her and feel comfortable around her.
The latter was a person whom Melisandre especially contrasted with in this regard, because almost everyone felt uneasy around her, in spite of her calm and serene behavior.
Melisandre had a habit of being exceptionally changeable in spite of her absolute faith in R'hllor, which was demonstrated several times.
When she first met Stannis Baratheon, she convinced him that he will win the war with great ease on the basis that he is the one true king, and went to extremely great lengths to ensure that this victory was carried out to the point of using Shadowbinder magic to murder Renly Baratheon, which proved to be a wasteful move since Stannis ended up losing the Battle of Blackwater Bay anyway.
When Stannis brooded over losing at Blackwater Bay, he actually threatened her and she still remained faithful to R'hllor, although she did not willingly admit that her god wronged both her and Stannis by causing the loss at Blackwater Bay - a suggestion which Melisandre ought to believe because she was convinced that the Lord of Light decides all destinies, and seemed to have protected the usurping lords who stood against Stannis.
She defended herself by assuring Stannis that the war between Stannis and his enemies would be long and costly, but eventually he would succeed.
Melisandre was a woman who was completely aware of her own enigma - in fact, her enigma was something that she relished. Very little is truly known about her past other than generalizations that she gave to other people; she claimed that she had been fighting for far longer than Stannis ever had something which is strongly supported by how old she was revealed to be , and was revealed to actually be a ferocious opponent in her own right, as she subdued Stannis when he attacked her by reminding him of how he needed her alongside him.
She also frightened Davos with her own powers, especially by alluring him in anticipation for what he was about to see. One prime example was when Davos returned to Dragonstone, and Melisandre maintained control over Stannis by provoking Davos into attacking her, which led to him being arrested.
In spite of her animosity, Melisandre was not above realizing that Davos was still of use to Stannis and that he would be needed in the coming war.
Melisandre was also completely able, and adept, at using her own sex to her advantage, seducing Gendry into being a part of her ritual for Stannis - however, when Robb Stark was killed as a result of this ritual, Melisandre scorned Davos for wanting to see the Lord's power, since the ritual still has not brought Stannis closer to the Iron Throne, even though Melisandre performed the ritual herself.
Melisandre, although apparently representing a god who is good and true, could deliberately be incredibly ruthless and cruel. She was completely willing to erase hundreds of lives in representation of her faith in the Lord of Light, to the point of outright murdering good men and allies under the assumption that it would win Stannis favor with her god.
She saw nothing wrong with burning people publicly, and behaved as if they had been freed from their sinful bodies and become assets to the Lord of Light, comparing it to how a woman screams before she gives birth and is immeasurably happy afterwards - Shireen Baratheon was quick to point out the drastic difference being that women giving birth are not ash and bone afterwards.
Melisandre spoke of the sinfulness and cruelty of her enemies, even though she herself could be cruel and even arrogantly and unapologetically sadistic, shown prominently when she taunted Davos with the concept that the mass-casualties at Blackwater Bay were his fault because Melisandre was not there, and how she used Mathos's own death which happened right in front of Davos as an example to this.
The worst example of her cruelty by far was when she convinces Stannis to burn his own daughter alive in public, indifferent to the screams of both Shireen and her mother, and the brutal despair that Stannis experienced afterwards.
As the War of the Five Kings climaxed and devolved into disaster, Melisandre's faith began to crack.
She began to lose faith in Stannis as the Battle of Winterfell came closer at hand, but remained at his side for the most part; however, after the deaths of Shireen and Selyse the latter of which Melisandre was partly responsible for , Melisandre fled the battle, perhaps in fear of Stannis's rage, and was unable to do anything to help Stannis crush the Boltons in battle, even though she claimed to Davos that she would have eased Stannis's victory at Blackwater.
Melisandre's faith was crushed at the news of Stannis's defeat and the concept that she was wrong, and she became more withdrawn than before.
She seemed to transfer her faith to Jon Snow, who actually proved to be the man who would win a great battle in the North, and supported him after she resurrects him.
This was a surprising turn for Melisandre because she supported Stannis so strongly under the impression that he was the one true king that would defeat the great evil to come, only to transfer her faith to somebody else.
On the other hand, this was an understandable move by Melisandre because she tried to maintain her faith in the Lord of Light, in spite of the misfires and obstacles that came her way.
It should be noted that during her service to Jon, Melisandre stopped proselytizing her faith and only used her magic for benevolent purposes, adopting a more subdued approach to her religion and future events and ultimately behaving similarly to Thoros.
Melisandre's inadvertent cruelty and ruthlessness, as well as her extremely costly faith in the Lord of Light, finally exploded in her face when Davos finally confronted her over the death of Shireen.
Having quarreled with Davos over the true greatness of the Lord of Light from the beginning, Melisandre was defenseless when Davos berates her over the wastefulness of her sacrifices and the fact that, in spite of her claims to represent a great god, she purposefully burned a child at the stake on the basis that she had king's blood in her veins.
Melisandre was unable to speak when Davos condemns the Lord of Light as evil because of what he 'made' Melisandre do, and has the gall to shame Stannis and Selyse as equivalently responsible for Shireen's death, even though, out of the three of them, Melisandre was the only one who did not show restraint or remorse in the act.
She was unapologetic about her own blind faith, and maintained her philosophy that the Lord of Light is influential in the battle between good and evil, and the fact that she committed unforgivably evil acts in representation of good.
Even though Melisandre claimed to possess superior knowledge about the Lord of Light, she faced several incidents and outcomes which she proved unable to predict or even understand.
She was speechless at the revelation that Beric Dondarrion had been brought back six times by the Lord of Light, which she deemed impossible.
She was also disappointed at the concept that there is nothing after death, even though she convinced herself and tried to convince many others that death would be a release into someplace much greater than the hell that everyone lives in.
However, despite in many of her dreadful flaws, Melisandre's true and only goal in life was to ensure that fire would defeat ice and thus prevent the destruction of mankind by taking part in the efforts to destroy the white walkers.
Even after being banished from Winterfell by Jon Snow for murdering Shireen, Melisandre still remained truly loyal to Jon Snow and his cause, as she knew that he was needed to defeat ice and death for good.
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