Midtown is home to 20,000 residents from various backgrounds and the home to four witch covens. The Bell Witches with 10 voting members and 40 house members overlook the coming and goings of the district. They range from lawyers, doctors, police officers, teachers, and store owners keeping everything in ship shape. The Bell Witches currently headed by Margret Morgan are also the main contributors to teaching the youth in the area magic. If you want your child to be the best witch they can be but also want them to express themselves and form lasting bonds, you send them to the Bell Academy.
Most of them are of the middle class variety from your office drones to your coffee runners to your store hands. You also have a lot of artist who flock to this area inspired by the scenery in the surrounding area and how close they are to High Street they are. In some way gentrification has crept up on the district with its hike in housing prices, but that’s another story.
For attractions there’s The Trisha Davey Park and Community Center where most of the community events are held which holds up to 8,000 individuals. It is also the site where the annual Winter Solstice ritual is had hosted by the Bell Witches. Another attraction is Bellatrix Mall which has 40 shops from various vendors ranging from the mundane to the occult including Philosopher's Underground, Kat’s Closet, and a Mars Defense shop…which is a weapons shop that has gotten a lot of flak for being built.
The Bell Witches are currently sponsoring a new coven of witches called The Chimed Ones.
The Chimed are graduates of Bell Academy who excel in some form of practice in magic. Their main focus as a coven is to help solve supernatural occurrences happening in Port Town which ranges from healings to putting up wards to even preventing the extinction of certain supernatural creatures. They also prevent the force servitude of familiars which has caused a few head bumps with the Downtown Witches.
Created with images by ROBIN WORRALL - "Vintage Prefect badge on old school uniform" • Muhammad Haikal Sjukri - "moon on paper" • Aditya Saxena - "untitled image"