Elissa could relate, the past couple of months when she'd be alone she just hadn't felt right. And since coming here, she'd learned of the false calling, which hers could still be, given that she was from a time before the others. But, one could never tell.
"Technically speaking, two," Elissa countered. "Well, one and a half, since the first was Flemeth, and not really a dragon. And, apparently not dead either. But that was just me getting lucky with the final blow. And of course the archdeamon had to be you or I, and... just on the off-chance, I thought it was best if it were I." Not that she had actually doubted Morrian, or she wouldn't have agreed to the thing in the first place. "'We' and 'us' meaning you and her? Not the three of us?" Well, that was interesting. Very interesting. Almost as interesting as Alistair's apparent inability to grasp the situation.
"Aside from myself, have you ever.... really conversed with a woman, Alistair? Not the banter that you have with Morrigan, but... an actual conversation? A glimpse into the workings of a woman's mind?"