Thaaaat is when a messenger will arrive to bring her into the room with all the Extremely Important People in it, as well as to give her and Tiriac passwords for the Forbiddance, that they should speak aloud before entering.
(The Extremely Important People ground a very little bit off the tip of the first thumb, cast Restoration, and then did sensible and appropriate amounts of panicking.)
Extremely Important People include! Lord Watcher of Lastwall, Ulthan II Vasile! The Precentor Martial for Cavalry (Not actually the job it sounds like), Julian-Raymond Theissen! High Priest of Iomedae in Lastwall (not, noticeably, Tribune of Faith for Lastwall), Ulrike Kahler! The Precentor Martial for Magic is out of Lastwall on military exercises, so her assistant in chief of necromancy, the Nidalese wizard Isierne Vaus, is handling it. Lastwall's new spymaster, Horgroth Halfhand is also present, if distracted by the sudden need to fill the boots of his legendary predecessor.
Ulthun is a young man who doesn't bother to change out of his armor, looking surprisingly - simultaneously rugged and like a golden retriever - for a national leader. His hair and beard are close-cropped to fit a helmet, and he has no crown but a Wisdom headband. Theissen is close to his age, but with the dark aura of someone who is used to having people killed and is quite good at it. Kahler is not quite the Voice of Iomedae in Golarion (that's queen Galfrey of Mendev, not in the room, who usually looks like a 30-year-old-human woman but is in fact a transformed bugbear) but would pass for Iomedae Herself in appearance. Vaus is a dark-haired, heavily-scarred woman who has the bizarrely cheerful expression of someone who, every second, is not in Nidal, and Horgroth looks like an exactly normal orc, which is of course the goal when doing espionage in the Hold of Belkzen.
(Unfortunately the wolf will have to wait outside, since wolves can't speak and aren't Lawful Good.)
(They are not expecting Lucy to remember all these names.)