She nodded her head at Olga's greeting before following the younger girl to the park. As she took her seat she took note of the field around them and quirked her lips for a moment. Maybe they could have fun with this?
Grigori twisted a field of magic tight around the gazebo that would twist their words into a different meaningless conversation to anyone who could actually hear them. "So then, Lady Animusphere, what sort of plan have you come up with regarding our mutual inconvenience?"
Marie sat down on a nearby chair, reinforcing the entire structure to make it as strong as steel. "I'm afraid I have as little of a clue as either of you. I wasn't even able to contact Romani, and we can easily communicate across time and probably even dimensions, although that part was never actually tested. "Whatever's stopping us from that is probably the source of the problem though. If we can find whatever it is, assuming it's an object or spell, destroying it should free us." She told the two. "The main problem is I have absolutely no information on the specifics of the nature of this place." She turned to Roderick.
"Did your spell tell you anything else?" She asked, not really expecting him to give her any terribly useful information. Even if he had somehow gotten it, if she were in his position, she'd have kept it to herself. It just made sense.
Not that she really had any hopes that he did
actually have that information.