John, you said this more than once: "She" is not amused about Carriless getting in the way of the foghounds revenge.
Recap (mild spoilers if you are not caught up): Rune and Marget killed some member/officer of the foghounds. Marget tried to take the reign (or even took it for a while). Truth came out, and now Bear is angry they killed his friend and points swords. Marget hides. Rune is with the Last Word. Foghounds hire dockers to help. Right? Hope so!
So their first assault went against Miss Cattaby and against Carriless and Aldo somewhere else, right?
Does "She" care about directly exerted revenge? Or is she about making them suffer by hurting peers? Because they only hurt peers. And if "She" likes to see revenge done directly, by killing who did you wrong, then going after peers of the wrong-doers is not on "Her" radar, and Carriless should not be scolded when ingulging his vice at all. On the contrary, they did him wrong by going after him, and not the ones who did them wrong. He (as well as Aldo and Cattaby) is entitled to revenge from this point of view.
I know that "She" also likes random killings, so not sure if I communicate my train of thoughts coherent enough.... I'm tired.