We're now caught up to where the fan translations were when Jnovel licensed the series. My memory for manga is bad enough that it pretty much felt like the first time reading it anyway, but still nice to see some new chapters from here on.
In a world where there is such a thing as magic, and non-human intelligences, one disregards legend at your own risk.
More accurately, at the risk of those around you as well.
Arrogance is always a dangerous trait.
Last time we learned a bit concerning Jilet, this time concerning Ral.
[And yes, I had to go back a ways to find their names mentioned.]
Given what appear to be the attitudes of Jilet's house, it should be no surprise that the thing that'll set her off faster than anything else is discrimination based upon gender.
Ral... is of mixed blood himself, which may tie in with his attitudes toward non-human intelligences; again, discrimination becomes a trigger.
The Sanctum appears to have great power.
Extra-territorial jurisdiction with teeth.
Regulation-bound to prevent misuse of authority.
Respected and hated at the same time.
Not required to declare their presence unless forced to act. [No mandated uniform to be worn while 'on duty'; capable of blending in with the civilian population while on information gathering missions...]
We still don't know what their ultimate goal is for this journey, other than that it ties in with a journal in the Sanctum's possession and that the journal provides information related to an individual of interest's travels; what they seek lies at the end of the journey recorded. The description of travel is vague enough that they can't just drag out a map and say, "Ah! That's where the journey ends!"
"Reorganize all of our divisions..." - Suggest changing "divisions" into "units" or something. A division in military terms would be something like 10K to 15K soldiers in size. At present Arata's total troops number something like company-sized at most.