She huffed. She was being rude. Normally, she wouldn't be concerned about this, but he had helped her. Surely he deserved a little more civility than what she would normally give to people who did not listen.
"Tanya Maxwell," she said politely and held out her hand.
"And I am no master. Merely a quick study. You said your name was Idris, did you not?"
She had been paying attention, even if she had wanted him to go away. Tanya kept a log of various details about individuals. Names were always the first thing to store away. If you couldn't remember a persons name you'd be in big trouble if you found yourself needing to ask them for a favor.
"I'm certainly glad you feel you fulfilled your civic duty by letting me do all the work while you watched." Okay, so the civility only lasted a few sentences. She tried, and that's what counts.