Most in Katar found it adorable; some found it insulting.
As usual, those in the deligation were high ranking guild members and, among their number was a member of the Royal family. Likely an extremely distant relation, but he had enough blood to be royal. This particular deligation was led by Ser Dieter of the Smelting guild. He had a daughter and two sons, all of them roughly of Braiden's age and out of the house, though Braiden wasn't sure they'd ever been to Katar. The existance of his nation was, after all, a highly protected secret - until recently. Ser Dieter had been to Katar before, though he hadn't had direct dealings with Braiden since he'd taken his post.
The second deligate, Ser Maire of the Clothers guild, was more familiar to Braiden. She frequently visited his area and had numerous connections to shops and designers. From what he knew of her, she had a sharp business mind, knew what she wanted, and gracefully managed to get it.
The Royal deligate, Ter Produ, wasn't known to him and, according to Katar's information, normally represented interests in the south. There wasn't any explination on what got him reassigned to a Katar deligation.
The other two deligates didn't have any notes attatched to them, but Ser Kiril represented the Rest Houses guild, and Ser Adah represented the Farmers guild.