I31st of Vhalar 719
Getting the camp set up was easy. With enough laborers, anything can be done according to a time slot. Sybil had the trusty hands of two men and one women, all of which had some semblance and understanding of how to properly set camp. While it was not something directly favoring the likes of a wilderness, it was something that brought the comforts of home, to the wilderness itself. There were some decisions that were somewhat impractical, bringing along preserves rather than hunting for the fresh meat of the tundra, but there were no hunters directly.
The only one that was in the camp proper that understood how to do that trade, was a man that had been unconscious for some time.
Since Wald had first lost consciousness, he has been moved several times. Once from the carriage: there were concerns over both comfort and heat conservation. Second from the bedroll to the tent: the bedroll laid out in front of the campfire was more used for a temporary shelter for the man. The tent itself wasn't nearly as good as what Wald had access to. Shelters that insulated temperature perfectly with an almost unnatural grace was something that wasn't exactly the most common, let alone anything that was publicly accessible at the last minute.
But that was, in the end, what the group had to work with. A running fire, supplies, and a tent. It wasn't too bad, for something that was intended to be a temporary solution.
Sybil sits across from Wald. The man is covered in many blankets of cotton and rough hewn fabrics. There was no real comfort to the scratchy materials, but they gave enough insulation that, to the people of the camp, they at least thought it would give Wald a fighting chance. The Exorcist leaned back against the tent's wall, eyes trained upon the larger man. They hadn't slept. But that was natural. At this point, they had no clue what Wald would do if he woke, nor did they fully understand how long he would be asleep for.
So they simply wait for Wald's eventual wakefulness. For the time, flipping through a leatherbound book would be enough to keep their mind trained enough to withstand the urge of sleep.