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For the element, see Earth (element).

Earth is a planet which is the main setting for the W.I.T.C.H. comics and TV series.

It is similar to the "real" world, except the existence of magic is confirmed as the Guardians live there, as do other magical individuals like Orube (in the past). Major locations from the comics/TV series include the city of Heatherfield, Sheffield Institute, and the Chinese restaurant Silver Dragon.

Earth's True Form


One day every thousand years, the universe allows the Earth to speak. Its words consist of elements and the current Guardians could hear them and seek answers from them.[1]



Main article: Heatherfield

Heatherfield is a major location of the entire series, both in the TV series as well as the comics. Most of the action and events take place in Heatherfield. It is where the current Guardians of the Veil reside, including Will who moved there from Fadden Hills. The city is also known to hold many food joints and a school, Sheffield Institute, where the girls are currently studying. In the TV series Cedric refers to Heatherfield as the seat of Earth’s magic. [2]

The Silver Dragon is the Lins' family restaurant and the apartment above it is where the Lins reside. Below the Silver Dragon itself was the basement where all five of the girls gather up for mission overviews and occasional gatherings, and which Blunk calls the HQ.[citation needed] In the comic series, however, the Silver Dragon is unknown has a basement or not.


Other minor regions include Elyon's initial residence and Ye Olde Bookshop. In the comics, Elyon's previous home hides a portal that links to the Metamoor world's capital, namely Meridian.[3] Ye Olde Bookshop holds the same function in both series where Cedric is in disguise for the attack on the Guardians.[4] In the TV series, however, the bookstore holds an inversion point that warps to Phobos' library through a labyrinth.[5]

New York City

New York City is mentioned and seen several times in the comics. The landscape is very similar to that of the actual real life. One distinctive feature of the comic's description of the city is the appearance of two buildings that resemble Xanatos Enterprises and the Eyrie Building, from the Gargoyle series.[citation needed]

Heart of Earth

The Heart of Earth is the mystical Heart of the planet Earth in the TV series. Its power belongs to Lilian Hale, the younger sister of Cornelia Hale, the Guardian of earth. It was decided that Lilian was too young to have the power as it was beyond her control, so Cornelia and Matt Olsen made Lilian give her powers to her Regents of Earth: Matt, Mr. Huggles, and the cat Napoleon.[6]


  • Reality Warping
  • Glamouring
  • Turns drawings, thoughts, or stories into reality simply by wishing
  • Create glamour zones where the reality follows her wishes and rules and might be different from the outside world. The zones are surrounded by an invisible wall, and look normal from the outside. When one steps into the zone, they automatically become part of its reality
  • Teletransportation (including other people)
  • Endow others with powers
  • Shoot blasts of pure energy
  • Superstrength and superspeed
  • Give animals abilities, like talking
  • Telekinesis