"Oh, this is interesting. Especially the differences in - your runes don't quite seem to care about the style of their inscription, as you've described them, while mine care enough that I can scribe water and get steam with the right stylistic filter applied, but yours have the interesting elemental correspondences going...I wonder what happens if I do the same overcharging that lets me do proper spellwork with these, with those..."
Myra seems to have not noticed the source of the waterskin - she's pretty good with awareness of the present, but not so much awareness of the distant past.
Or the immediate past if she didn't have a recording of it handy, in this case.
The contraption basically doesn't sway at all as it ascends to a good short-hop flying height, though it does pitch a bit. Myra fusses over the controls at the front of the vehicle for a little bit and then turns her seat around to face the others. "Well, we'll be maybe an hour or two to Spiral, plus finding somewhere to land. What should I be looking out for?"
"The problem with reporting them to an Imperial magistrate is that I am given to understand that they did not commission their crime in Imperial jurisdiction, unless there's terms in the treaty ceding Feroz that I'm unaware of - I know it exists, but I haven't yet familiarized myself with the text thereof. I'm fairly certain that I have not accidentally wandered a high-level building project across the border, though, and they summoned some sort of Dhar-Ghyran - excuse me, wrong metaphor. Presumably Spring-related, judging by the all-consuming plants, or, well, its precise origin doesn't exactly matter - they summoned a portal to wherever, right in the middle of said building project. They're only being contained until they promise to not do that again, as far as I'm concerned. Leaving aside that I probably am significantly the local authority, nevermind that there's a Duke. Still, I imagine that they'll pull their heads out of their asses faster if it's a magistrate yelling at them, instead of me."
...Egregores? Oh boy. Well, she's glad she's heard that word before, even if she's a little bit spooked by the concept.
"Well, if there's another drought, I can offer anti-flooding coordination. And possibly spot it coming, if I get good climate data..."