She nods, pauses to think about it for a minute, and excuses herself to get drawing supplies from the bar. "I expect that I can get Deskyl to agree to let you bring her directly to her room when she returns. I can't promise that she won't bring a fight here, but I can explain what will happen if she does, and she'll take it into account. These are the other Sith in the compound-" She draws, in a realistic style with results very much like candid photographs.
First, a stocky man, muscular enough to suggest physical power despite a bit of pudge. "Lord Pritruth," she declares, "Apprentice Deskyl's master. She won't bring him here alive but she may bring his corpse; Sith sometimes take battle trophies. I'm not sure what he'll do if he finds the door himself, but he's very dangerous."
Next, a teenage boy, gangly in the way they often are but well on his way to muscular, with a fairly feral bearing. "Apprentice Tenin. He's not as dangerous as Lord Pritruth, but much more likely to attack without provocation. I don't expect Deskyl to bring him here, but if she does, it's a good sign in terms of their stability, that they've been able to agree to work together."
Her final picture shows two people, a middle-aged woman and a teenager sitting together at a workbench. "Lord Valyr and her apprentice Rin. Lord Valyr has been friendly with Deskyl in the past, so she's fairly likely to keep them as apprentices rather than kill them. They aren't safe, Sith never are, but they're unlikely to attack anyone unless they're provoked. I think the best idea is to bring anyone she brings back to her room with her, and we can evaluate the situation from there, but I'm not the right kind of droid to make strategic plans."