This consistently getting high as fuck habit was most likely not a good habit for Morgyn to have. Did he care? That depended upon the day. Most of the time, no, not particularly. It was what it was. It made some of the hurt go away, and most of the time, Morgyn wasn't certain where the pain was coming from to begin with. It was hard to deal with something caused by you had no idea what, or at least, so far, Morgyn hadn't had much luck with it.
It was just marijuana, of course, Morgyn didn't typically do harder drugs than that, but his potions had started exploding more frequently, and doing weird things. Morgyn's spells were doing all the flashing things without the actual effects behind them. It wasn't a good look, Morgyn was a little bit frustrated. It was to be expected, but Morgyn never was good at allowing himself the space to be human.
Morgyn had gone out for some fresh air, and time away from the questioning looks and the concerned glances. Morgyn was just high, it wasn't the end of the world, but he didn't need anyone bothering Ezio over this. Ezio didn't come here a lot anymore, and Morgyn couldn't blame him. Magic Realm was, sadly, beginning to be a little bit on the boring side, but only a little bit. Or maybe it was Morgyn that was beginning to be boring. The world may never know, and Morgyn wasn't thinking about this too hard.
As he started at Caster's Alley, across the pieces of broken bridge, a great idea came to mind. Morgyn used to jump off the islands at magic realm, just to see how long one would fall for. Morgyn hadn't ever just let himself fall and not stop at some point, because falling became boring after a point, too. Then, it was nigh impossible to get bored while high like he was, so maybe now was the best time to try it.
With that thought, Morgyn grinned, backed up, and took a running leap off the edge. There was a squeal back there somewhere, but then all Morgyn could hear was the sound of the air rushing past his ears. This would register as a terrible idea at some distant point in the future. But that point was not now, and it was oddly relaxing at the moment.