Hecate’s Cabin is made up of bricks covered in magical inscriptions that glow faintly at dawn, noon, and dusk. A good amount of their magical energy has been drained, removing their volatile nature. The cabin door, which is flanked by two hellfire torches on each side, lacks any sort of handle, as it becomes intangible when touched by a child of Hecate. Inside, the cabin walls are lined with shelves filled with books that educate children of magic on the many exploits, powerful spells, and potion recipes written by their siblings from across the ages. Glowing orbs which float along the interior of the cabin serve as the cabin’s main light source. Across the door is a magical metal wall, decorated with images of a dog, a polecat and a cat, which when electrically charged by a child of Hecate, temporarily fades away, revealing a hallway leading to the bedrooms. Along the left wall, in between two bookshelves is a main closet, filled with cauldrons and many potion ingredients.