Faith nodded her head, yes. Rey'na was indeed an Aunt. To the two most perfect beings on Idalos. Faith knew that, in many and varied things she was a fanatic, a lunatic, whatever she had been called. They were all true, she didn't argue it - but about her children she was a whole new level of absolutely obsessed. Rey'na spoke about Morana and Faith nodded. "I know it sounds strange, but I had a dream quite some time ago. I was standing and looking in a mirror and there was me, looking back. Except it wasn't, and I knew it." Faith kept her arm through Rey'na's, slightly concerned that she might disappear if she didn't. "She said her name was Leech."
That their father hadn't been a kind man didn't get a response from Faith, not at first. She knew, of course, but equally she was aware that he had raised Rey'na and, as such, there might be mixed feelings for her. Her sister. Faith couldn't quite believe it and she felt her emotions threatening to overwhelm her. She could not allow that to happen, not here and now. Yet she could not help the simple truth of it - she felt all the emotions she did. Rey'na told her then how she'd found her.
"Pier and Pre? The twins? Rey'na that's... wow." Faith said, her voice showing her very genuine emotions. "You must have impressed them, they wouldn't do that to just anyone, I'm sure." She'd been on a bad path, judging by what she said and Faith glanced at her. "A path to redemption?" There was a question there, no doubting. What had her sister done that required redemption. But then, Faith stopped walking and looked at Rey'na, her silver eyes earnest and genuine. "It doesn't matter to me. Whatever it was, whoever you were. It matters to me who you are now. I hope the same is true in reverse." There were things about her which very few people knew, after all, things which had happened to her, things which she had done. But they were not her now.
It was a good question Rey'na asked next, though - how did Faith know her name? She glanced at Rey'na and smiled a slight, almost ironic smile. "I saw it on our father's grave." That was the short answer and was true. It wasn't the whole truth though. "When I was blessed by Vri," Faith gestured to the dark fingernails which showed her as such, "I gained access to all my memories. From the moment I was born. So, I knew I was a twin, that my name was Vesna Nardovino, that my father was Gregory Fleet." She shrugged slightly. "I had been in Rynmere, so I recognised it, Venora. I was there and I went to the graveyard. I saw his grave." Faith looked at Rey'na and she bit her lip.
"Famula's blessing allows me to call souls, if they will come, at their graveside. I did. I spoke to him." Chewing her lip slightly, Faith pressed her fingers together. "I didn't know what to expect. I felt nothing, and he got angry with me. But your name is on his grave. Gregory Fleet, father to Rey'na and Morana." Shrugging, Faith dismissed him as a thought. "And then I knew, I had two sisters." It was all so overwhelming, but there was a fundamental bottom line for Faith and so she spoke it. "I am so glad you came here, Rey'na." She gestured around, "I'd like us to talk more. Privately, properly. I'd like you to meet Padraig, Madison and Noah. Can we do that?" Faith was aware that she sounded uncertain, almost pleading, but this woman was her sister and she did not want to take anything for granted.