It still felt weird, that someone had been willing to accept him open arms into their life, to experience what they had to offer even if he did miss an excessively large chunk. Memories that could never be recounted with him, things that, perhaps, he should've been experiencing and participating within but simply didn't. Luckily, his mind hadn't been so deep in years that the idea didn't hold its appeal. As one whom had lost his entire Tribe the only true 'remnants' would be ones that extended from him. An odd concept, to be sure, but one that held its appeal for his own route of redemption buy adding far better people than himself into the world. Giving them the chance to effect it appropriately.
"Then I will make sure that I don't miss anything else, Bella." His head inclined towards her, partially out of gratefulness as much as it had been an oath on his end. Not from any grand Fae gesture or tradition but from one individual to another. "Thank you for being able to forgive me." Even if she hadn't viewed it in such a way, he did, there'd been many things that he could've intervened and assisted in doing and hadn't. Glancing towards the copy she'd made of the album a smile touched his lips and his hand ran across the binding of it in a tender cruising touch. "That would be great, it will help me to understand a lot and be able to see how you experience them through your eyes and memories." There'd been no qualms in meeting with the young woman more often and in truth it had been something he wanted to do anyways. For her, he could put as much time aside as necessary - It felt odd for him to say that he would do that for his actual granddaughter.
Vale's head slowly shook. "Relax, Bella." He took it as her being nervous, which had been expected. Things had changed at a rapid pace for the both of them and they were only going to grow far more different. Walking over towards her, he reached his hand to grasp hers and tried to guide her further towards the center of the room that the two of them had been within. "How it will work is I'm going to use my control of nature to perform a ritual, if you will. It's called a 'Calling of the Blood Rite', it will pull the natural energies towards what many would call 'The uninitiated'. It isn't common but there are few cases where Fae haven't been born with the complete access of their true capabilities in the past. One reason or another, so the Sidhe developed this kind of a magical push to pull the magic in the blood to the surface. For a full Fae it takes hours but. . . Your predicament will make it take only a few minutes." That had at least been the good news of it all, that it wouldn't have a large expanse of time to get the answer necessary.
"It overrides blood curses, you'll feel 'closer' to nature in a sense. Whether the abilities will bloom immediately or overtime depends on individuals, situation to situation. So if it doesn't happen immediately? Don't worry about it. It should occur within, at most, a weeks time for it to arrive. What form it will take? I don't know. Nature gifts each person, even Half-breeds, in different ways." He started to step back away from her, both of his hands held up to signal for her to stay right she had been. "These various plants and tree's are actually from Fae treated seedlings so they hold the necessary power and sway to make the ritual possible. Just try not to be nervous about it, alright? This is your birthright, part of you, just as breathing."
As both of his arms are shaken to loosen them up, head leaning left to right as if to make himself limber for a potential stressful and arduous event. "Let me know when you're ready and we'll begin."