Morrigan rarely disparaged Aedan unless it was necessary for him to learn from. She certainly wouldn't speak ill of her son behind his back. Anyone else she knew--including Alim--was fair game, however. "So you thought it was best to allow him to investigate on his own?" She pursed her lips together, derision in her voice. "Did you misunderstand the point of keeping our son secluded?"
Morrigan would have sent Aedan back to the house and gone to investigate herself. Neither Aedan nor Alim would be nearly as harsh with intruders as she would be. She didn't sound as though she was ready to rush out and find him, however. She doubted they were in any real danger, but her point still stood.