| Caern Site
|| The site of the young Shard Caern of the Sept of the White Fields, protected and blessed by Badger.
|| A remote notch in Mt. Toby in Sunderland, MA. A refurbished farmhouse a few hundred yards off the main road serves as its Waystation and the property stretches back into thick forests criss-crossed by small brooks and boulders. The Caern Heart is at the center of a cave in the mountainside whose only opening is difficult for one of human size to enter. A small pagoda has been erected not far from the cave, blending into the landscape and serving as the challenge mound.
|| The Umbra here is still developing as it is a young Caern, but notable residents are Gaffling of Badger and a suit of armor that patrols the edge of the challenge mound named Duty.
| Site of the Lost Caern
|| Here lies the ruins of the former Caern Heart of the Sept of the White Fields. It is located in a clearing in the woods off Bay Road in Hadley, MA. Several died in the doomed defense of this site from the Dark Brigade.
|| The site is mostly ruins. The buildings that were here have all been torn down in hopes of keeping out curious hikers. There remains a few clear markers of where structures once were, but little else.
|| Once strongly aligned with the Wyld, the area is pock-marked with scars from the battle that once raged there. The damage here is intense and, even cleansed, the stench of the Wyrm in the aftermath of the Dark Brigade’s horrors remains heavy on the air.
| Lookout Posts
|| These are various clearings, one each on Mt Hitchcock (tasked with keeping an eye to the south), Mt. Tom (tasked with keeping an eye to the West), Mt. Toby (tasked with keeping an eye to the North), and Mt. Lincoln (tasked with keeping an eye to the East). Staffed by various kinfolk and other volunteers.
|| Generally clearings or small camps. Mt. Toby and Mt. Lincoln feature actual real-world fire towers. Mt. Tom's is nearby the ruins of the Eyre House.
|| Typically they resemble lighthouses or lookout towers. Mt. Tom's site is very bizarre, with constantly-shifting scenery.
| The White Hall
|| This bar off a side-street in downtown Amherst, MA is owned by the Solomon family. Between a combination of rites and influence, this bar manages somehow to simultaneously eschew the college and townie crowds while staying in business! The White Hall has become something of a de facto meeting place for the supernatural beings of the area.
|| Charmingly anachronistic, this bar features lots of handmade, hardwood furniture and smells of generations’ worth of beer and cigarettes.
|| It resembles a wooden lodge with high ceilings and carries an air of safety, security, and reverence.
| Bridge of Flowers
|| This tourist attraction in Shelburne had historically been a hot spot for changelings in the region. During the Age of Apocalypse, with the alliance between the Fianna and the Fae in tatters and the Changelings facing their own crises, the magic is largely gone from this place. Still, it is a beautiful site attuned to the Wyld.
|| A turn-of-the-century walking bridge with a beautiful garden spilling over its edges.
|| The flowers are larger and even more beautiful and the river beneath sparkles with a certain magic. Wyld Spirits often frequent this spot. In the past, it was rumored that, on the solstice, crossing the bridge in a certain manner could lead you to the Arcadian Gateway, but any knowledge of how this was done has vanished from memory.
| Hotel Northampton
|| A historic hotel in Northampton, MA which houses an upscale restaurant and luxury accommodations in the heart of Northampton's arts and entertainment district. It is often the site of unusual people and those sensitive to such things can sense a palpable magic in the place, though it's exact origin remains unknown.
|| A beautiful white historic building.
|| A vibrant old home filled with music and intrigue. Many spirits may speak of "Room 413," though no such room exists.
| Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary
|| This woodland and pond in Easthampton, MA is an important Wyld Periphery in the area. Somewhat ironically, the area has historically been off-limits to Changelings, though the reasons why are lost to memory.
|| Beautiful conservation land on the north side of the Mt. Tom range.
|| Lush primitive forest filled with Wyld Spirits. However, something large and predatory stirs just out of sight.
| Quabbin Reservoir
|| Created in the aftermath of the Battle of Swift River, this sprawling wilderness is heavily protected by various human authorities as it serves as a drinking water supply for Boston, MA.
|| A massive man-made Reservoir making up the border of Hampshire and Worcester County.
|| Though Wyld attuned, the spirits still battle with Weaver and Wyrm spirits deep beneath the water, creatures who didn't want to see their home destroyed. The region is often unpredictable.
| The Site of the Battle of Mt. Tom
|| This abandoned Wyrm Tunnel was the site of the game-changing Battle of Mt. Tom.
|| An abandoned Power Plant
| Springfield Armory
|| An imposing brick building upon a hill overlooking much of Springfield, MA.
|| This is the former site of the Hive of Springfield, which held dominion over the area for centuries but was destroyed in June of 2018. The site is still heavily scarred and banes remain a common appearance in the area while imposing anthropomorphic war-machine Weaver Spirits struggle to reclaim the territory for their own.
| Mt. Tom Antenna Farm
|| This antenna farm houses several radio and television stations serving the region, as well as a variety of other communications stations.
|| Several radio towers on the trap rock cliffs of Mt. Tom's western face. Access to the towers is restricted, though the site is not manned (It should be considered to be under regular electronic surveillance, though).
|| Beams of light rapidly fire to and fro, as Weaver spirits charge and communicate.