>I not sure if the boys are in the same floor or not, but I'm starts to think of yes now. Using the orientations of the steps in the concept art's rooms, and taking the positions that we already determined, that means also Zack, Will and Bella are in left wing, and Lynn, ROSE AND CEDRIC ARE IN THE LEFT! O.O
>Is a sign that those two really will stay togheter after the Love Potion episode? :D
The reason why I'm hesitant to assign rooms to locations is because the building seen on the concept arts and in the third trailer has multiple floors - our beloved students might be scattered all over the building.
I am glad that such analysis can be done and can yield proper results, though, especially after seeing attempts of creating a stable picture of the interior of the Golden Oak Library from Friendship is Magic. The thing keeps changing from episode to episode, if not from scene to scene.
>What instead if Zack is really a main character too, but he not figure in the main cast poster and shots for now becouse he missing in the first episode, and join up later? That could be a good reason: if we would see him already in the pictures, we would wonder why he's not in the first episode.
I would love this twist! And since we already know the episodes on the 'official' website have a fair chance of not being in the correct order, the episode where Zack appears might be much, much later into the show. I wonder why they're including scenes from that episode in the trailers, though.
Maybe that episode is a part of the introductory story arc. Hell, we don't know what the structure of the show is going to be, maybe Every Single Episode is a part of a unified story arc, and the synopsises given to us are at best misleading or don't tell the whole picture!
>he can't come back to Skyla
I've already made a joke about this on Twitter, but the correct name is "Skylia". Skyla is a character from a different universe. And I'm glad you didn't write "come back in Skyla" this time. :D
>It is very likely going to be more slice of life oriented than big adventure or 'destiny'-oriented, which would certainly not be a bad thing.
I am drawing parallels with another cartoon called "The Raccoons", which too was a slice of life show. However, risky adventures with stakes of various proportions were present as well, since the show was happening in the woods, and the adventure kinda encroached on the lives of the characters by itself. I wouldn't be surprised if the same thing will be here, especially since there's magic here.
>Also, just a thought, but how much actual studying are we going to see, you think? There's room for some emotional weight towards testing and whatnot, and we have the rooms set up as student rooms: chairs, tables, we could see our protagonists actually struggle with mere schoolwork, if the show decides to go that route.
I'm not sure if I have been brainwashed by reading Harry Potter, but my guess is "not so much". Class rooms might be used as scenery for dialogues after/before/during the studying, and I bet there will be at least one scene where the lecturer will go "shh" at our heroes for discussing their problems too loud.