Hebath is, however, somewhere deep inside, a tiny bit proud of his current master, who dreams more strongly than the ones before, and encompasses everybody who counts in that dream. Hebath, if he understood the concept, would probably be a willing slave, but as his opinion has never been solicited, or even developed, he just does, without a notion of non-compliance, whatever the family commands of him. He does, however, remember, and in his unconnected moments of quiet, pull out and polish up, the "Magpie's Nest" comment, and when compelled to a night's drudgery in the "Art Room" or similar, this is his internal beacon.
Fortuna got round the whole "losing servants by presenting them with clothes" issue by forcing them to magic up cloth, and then beating them until they learnt to sew flawlessly themselves.
"Archie" is to be avoided, whenever possible without breaking his oath of service. Iz should not be acknowledged - unless Master Draco is present, of course.