More truth, if Flemeth had scared Morrigan into hiding away for nearly ten years and asked them to go kill her own mother for her, then clearly, it wasn't a healthy upbringing. They were just a rag tag bunch of sad little children back then, weren't they?
In any case, he knew that Elissa would be able to clear things up for him. Point out the things he was overlooking for the sake of his own emotions or hiding behind them, anyways. Sigh. He'd have to just...give Morrigan a chance. She was doing the same for him. If their son was her priority then at the very least, he owed her that. If anything at all. "Fine, I'll go with her to see the dragons. But if I don't come back..you know why. And creatively come up with a way to tell Kieran his father didn't become dragon shit."
Not the way to go, if there was any. He perked at her own question, noting the change in tone. "I stayed to help the Inquisition after they freed the Wardens from the blood magic and to help fight Corepheus. But yes, I did see her briefly. You wouldn't even know it was her...talk about change. I think I'd be more afraid to cross Leliana than I would be Morrigan. But she's more than fine. The spy master of an incredible army, advisor to the Inquisitor, and right in her own element. If anything she was only sad about loosing the late Divine, but she seemed well enough to me." He studied the other Warden carefully before asking. "Has she not spoken with you?"