Kalortah knew immediately that his establishment of a Nest had worked. Not because suddenly all of his enemies were expelled or driven off or made blind within the Nest. No, that was beyond the purview of this particular ability. He knew it worked, because now he was intrinsically aware of every object that laid within the Nest. This obviously didn't apply to things that were carried by others, especially his enemies. But every pebble that was kicked out of place, every thing that existed as separate to the structure, and indeed, even the artifact and treasure that was told of was laid bare to his eyes. He would know where it was.
So he swiftly swung his sword to the side, away from Gandersauce, to cast off the blood of the aukari. He wiped it off the fire-head's clothing, and then sheathed it. Then he turned to Gandersauce with a sympathetic look. Poor thing. He picked it up, gingerly as he could. "Let's go find the treasure, and the girl. We will get out of here, but first, you look hungry."
He smiled at the bird, and then reached into his domain bag to retrieve nine of the ten grapes that were given to him by Delroth's faithful, for his part in claiming the Emerald Tree. He fed all nine to Gandersauce, to bring him back to full health. He helped feed him each, one by one, until he was well again. Then he set him on the ground. It was perhaps the most selfless thing he'd done. But he supposed he owed it to the goose, and he wouldn't be able to look in a mirror if he'd let the goose die when he could've lived. The mirror thing was most important.
He took to the air again, invoking a cloak of wind from his Tarouz mark to help direct their flight as he flew alongside Gandersauce.
Knowing where everything was within the Nest, Kalortah easily found his way toward where the geese and Alyssia were. He alighted to the ground just beyond the corner, trying to stay somewhat hidden. He held up a hand for Gandersauce to stay put for the moment, then drew his sword out of its scabbard. With a motion, he directed the wind to push the aukari that was currently trying to bully Alyssia off balance.
Then he charged. He came with all his flight expertise, letting his sword point lead the way forward as he flew. He would try to dispatch him quickly, and hopefully his strike would land true enough that they'd incapacitate the aukari. He only wanted him out of the way for now, in order that the Golden Flock could make their way where they were going. Kalortah would lead them, in that event, but first the Aukari needed dealing with.