Did 'Legacies' forget a crucial component of magical education? Fans point out a huge loophole in the series
Fans are more vigilant about the shows they follow and it looks like the showrunners and creators will have to fix this problem soon.
While students of Salvatore school are busy learning to control their powers, fans of 'Legacies' have pointed out a huge loophole in the plot.
The show which has released three episodes till now has not introduced a single teacher until now. Redditor 'TheTruth221' noted that "No actual adult witches, adult werewolves, or adult vampires to teach the students about their supernatural powers just a former super vampire now human in alaric and his apprentice that does research".
However, one redditors remembered that there was a teacher in the first episode. "Let’s stop with the excuses the first episode they taught the students how to create a Farting spell. The Writers weren’t thinking of the continuity at all," said Kepan999.
While a few argued that the show had introduced a therapist, others disregarded it claiming the therapist and Alaric could not have taught the students everything.
"We haven't seen anything yet about the teachers at school. It's impossible that Alaric, Dorian and that witch therapist teach all the grades. It still looks like a big enough school; they had kind of a lot of children in the same grade learning in the garden. I think we don't see a lot of teachers yet because the plot doesn't require it yet and they want to focus on the teenagers. I would love to see more of the teachers sometimes though," said redditor Miss_Eliquis.
The students of Salvatore School have faced many problems till now and it struck fans that none of the teachers ever appeared to even help fight problems such as the Gargoyle King. Redditor TheTruth221 mentioned this while saying, "It would be great to at least showcase some of the teacher supernatural power if they had any teachers when the gargoyle attacked instead of having the human alaric rush back to try to stop the creature."
The fans are more vigilant about the shows they follow and it looks like the showrunners and the creators will have to fix this problem soon otherwise it will be difficult to adjust to the fact that schools can run without any teachers.