Indeed, Miss Galicia's mystical, Celtic- and Steampunk-inspired builds constitute a swatch of Wellsian from the Morgaine border on the east, to the Firth on the north, at least halfway down the region to the west, and to the great mountain range to the south. Other than the railroad right-of-way splitting the parcels, these properties are contiguous.
Naturally, I took pictures.
Moving east to west along the Firth, from the Morgaine border, we first come across a tent labeled the Bivouac of the Beldame. "Caledon's own River Witch of the Firth has returned and encamped along the shores of Wellsian. Her home seems innocent enough, an herb garden and books full of information for anyone who cares to look around," reads the property description.
Next, and up a hill, lies Adocentyn Cemetery, a mist-shrouded place of gnarled trees and a candle-lit chapel.
I sit in the chapel, but no calm is to be found; the spirits here are uneasy.
The chapel abuts Adocentyn Tower. A sign notes that this is the headquarters of the Hermetic Brotherhood of Caledon - a mysterious-sounding group, to be sure - and is home of the H.P. Blavatsky branch of the Caledon Library, and home to the Library's Victorian Spiritualism Collection.
In addition to the library stacks, the tower contains a meditation pool and a more out-of-this-world experience: