[id: close-up of maeve, the pale-skinned, freckled peasant woman with green eyes and honey-blond hair from the previous scene, standing in front of a dark brown wicker countertop with another bowl of food on it. behind her there is a tall copper washbasin full of water in one corner of the room next to the casement windows that look out on the garden in back of the house. as she turns to look at her offscreen guests she says, “no trouble, milady. ’tis lucky i had a brace o’ those spare shifts for ye both ta wear. but how came ye ‘pon the road all unclad, and with nary a bite ta eat if i might ask?” /end id]

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