She tried to murmur a mocking agreement regarding his uselessness, but it came out sounding far more pleased than she meant it to. Her pain was gone. The spell still felt nice, though. It was probably a little wasteful to use healing spells just because they felt good, but it had been a long time since Morrigan had indulged in anything.
Alim's usefulness--or lack thereof--was debatable. Morrigan hadn't 'invited' him because she needed him. They hadn't formally established precisely what his role was, but Morrigan hadn't expressed any complaint that he wasn't performing his duties.