Iname had lost track of time. Of how long it had been since Aine appeared, since Ezio took a lightning bolt to the chest, since the rush to release him to the nurses of the hospital and since Morgyn absolutely snapped under the weight of the realization that Aine was the root cause of Ezio's heart condition. It was a lot to process, it was a lot to go through, and time had just seemed to wash away around them. Iname could recognize it for what it was, his mind struggling to remain focused on what it had to in order to make it through the situation, and letting everything else fall to the wayside.
How long it had been could be processed when no one was in danger of dying, perhaps.
From the hospital Iname had teleported Morgyn here, to the training grounds in Magic Realm, because at least here the fires could rage on and on and no one who didn't know about magic would see, and this area was made to withstand the violent release of power anyway. Nothing to burn down, no one to hurt who couldn't defend themselves. It wasn't an ideal solution, but it was the best one that Iname had had - and it was at least working in the sense that the area was serving its purpose well.
Iname didn't know how long it had been, but neither had he made any attempt to stray from the training grounds. He stayed out of the way, just distant enough not to be burned and waited for the flames to begin to abate somewhat. Where they would go from there would depend, Iname supposed.
But right now, he figured a small step at a time was best, and there was no point at looking too far ahead when he had no idea how long they'd be waiting for Morgyn to finally burn off the last of the energy. The rage? No, probably just the energy. He suspected the sage would be very angry about this for a very, very long time. Why was it that Aine insisted on being the center of all these terrible things?
Iname couldn't really tell if it was lessening or not yet, but even so he found himself moving a little closer to the sage. He didn't really want to leave Morgyn alone right now. That seemed like a really cruel thing to do.