A Feast for Crows
A Dance with Dragons
After the battle beneath the Wall, Corliss commands the guards when free folk are allowed to pass through the Wall to Castle Black. Those who cross are required to throw pieces of weirwood into a fire. After a belligerent wilding is killed by queen's men, Corliss tosses the body into the fire pit.
When a blizzard slows Stannis's army during the march on Winterfell, a fearful Corliss blames the old gods of the north. Four Peasebury men are caught committing cannibalism at the crofters' village, so they are sacrificed to R'hllor. Corliss lights the pyres with his torch.
The Winds of Winter
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—Corliss and Artos Flint