Thank you very much for your feedback!
I too would like to expand on this more! I would have to think about logistics first, but what you brought up is also what I have been pondering about. We'll try to keep fans updated on what we're doing.
As for Ilona using she/they pronouns: Good catch! For consistency in reading, we stuck with 'she'. Even though Ilona is feminine-presenting, she is figuring out her gender identity and feels comfortable being referred to as 'they'.
In dialogue, Ilona has either more angry or annoyed expressions when Anari consistently refers to Ilona as 'woman' or 'sister'. It's perhaps a bit too subtle, especially with Anari's typically hostile interactions!