She was like a still lake among the confusion, watching with calculated ease and a strong will. Part of it was that she was allowing her sense to be heightened as she pulled focus into them, completely aware that the man that had attacked Sully (who was now a cat) wouldn't be able to hide his presence for much longer, which turned out to be truth as he was revealed by the bright flash of light. Iadia then turned her attention from the dumb-founded assailant towards the man with silver eyes - A'emv or Sevvy as some others would call him. His introduction wasn't long as he explained he needed their help and wind gushed by the group as the explosion burst from the wall, revealing close to fourty guards.
She glanced back towards Sevvy as Tyrr shot lightning across the hallway - a man she truly knew little about, but if A'emv was worried about this one man, there was likely more to him than a simple bolt of electricity and perhaps even the simple burst of energy held more power behind it than Iadia could see. Turning around finally to let A'emv do his battle with the apparent general, she quickly saw she was the last to even leave - the scene exploding with the giant man bursting through the crowd and taking around fifteen of the watchers with him and the strange attacker from before summoning some sort of sprite that turned into a flash of blades and lightning. As the rest of the group dispersed and lead away more watchers, Iadia was left standing in front of eight left, more than willing to draw their blades now and circle her. 'What a strange array of abilities...' she thought quietly to herself as she heard a few clashes of battle behind her between Tyrr and A'emv.
Suddenly leaping forward, the guard directly in front of her trust his sword out towards her, an attack that would've normally met it's mark. However, she jumped a bit higher than should've been possible and landed one foot on the flat of the blade, leaving a few of them to stare. She was no beast of strength or flash of magic, but instead displayed simple feats that even Charon - a man who broke their lines with ease - could likely never do. Moving her momentum forward, she kicked the guard in the face with her free foot, causing her to go into a back-flip over the body of the falling watcher and landing on her feet. Without a wasted movement, she darted forward quickly with a pace equal to that of the man-beast, losing all but two of the left over guards. Gaining foothold on a ledge that was about eight feet off the ground, she propelled herself upwards onto the roof of the building and going where the two watchers could not follow.
She made her way towards the mentioned wagon with relative ease from there, jumping across the buildings and eventually finding smaller ones to jump down to and onto the street. The wagon came into view at last, making her arrival rather late as she glided onto the back and let out a sigh. Calmly, she took a seat on the bed of the wagon and leaned her back against the wooden sides.