From under the blanket, in response to the call, a guttural moan ascends and morphs into a vibrant "sshhhhh... ow". Osbertus slowly rises from the blankets, holding his head in one hand and the side of the wagon in the other. Climbing up, he teeters for a moment on the edge, like a cat on a railing, before falling out of the wagon, on his face, on the ground. "Ow..." he says from the ground, looking up to see if there were any witnesses. Getting up, he turns to the man, and says (in English), "Thanks awfully, Haelan. I'm afraid I can't offer any breakfast... but there is a place with really great vittles over in Hoxne... by the time we get there, I should be able to eat..."
Assuming Haelan is up for a trip to Hoxne, Osbertus looks around for the other Magi, and asks the group; if nobody is present, he will go off and ask people individually; if anyone wants to go to Hoxne to look for the treasure. He's not waking people up, but they are likely awake, having just done their Parma Rituals (he stops to do his, as well). If anyone wants to come, he will introduce them (in Latin), "This is Haelan, I met him last night. He's a very interesting fellow, he's been everywhere." If noone wants to come, and nothing else is going on, he'll go by himself.