Anymore changing of Rebekah's former species, further actions will be taken.
Also, you can't just add things to species, witches were around before vampires, before compulsion you suddenly can't just edit a species, they're not immune because at there time of creation, compulsion didn't exist.
@OldOneX, Can you name the diferent families please because i obviously can't remember them all.
@Original Authority, Werewolves were around before the creation of the Originals, yet werewolves are immune to compulsion...
^With pleasure. (Bennets, Martins, Mikaelsons, Devereauxs, LaMarches)
Well the Mikaelsons are irrelevant because we don't know for sure how many of them, or if any at all would be witches/warlocks if cured.
We only saw two LaMarche witches, so using them as an example in this whole 'No non-magic user in a witch family' thing is just stupid.
Even using the Bennets is stupid. There's to many big gaps. Qetsiyah being the first that we know of, then there's a 1000 year gap until we get to Ayana. There's then a 850 year gap until Emily, then over a 100 year gap until Sheila.
The most convincing is the Martins because both the son and the daughter were witches, but even then we've only ever seen them three.
I am sorry but a mother and daughter constitutes a family, so the LaMarches do count, as for the Mikaelsons being irrelavent that is only your opinion/theory no one else is arguing the fact that there are non-witches in magical families and you have no evidence to support your hypothesis that the Mikaelsons were Humans you have nothing to counter the fact that on the show every witch family member is a witch unless they are turned into a Vampire, other than constantely contesting the show's mythology with nothing but your own speculation. If there was one single instance of a human in a witch family then I could understand your argument but there isn't, not a single one in four seasons of TVD.
Who said werewolves are immune, sure your making these up.
http://vampirediaries.wikia.com/wiki/Mind_Compulsion read the section "weaknesses" it states that Witches and Werewolves are immune to compulsion. I do remember in Seasons 1 and 2 that the show stated that.
@Original Authority, i'm not going to make things up. Werewolves and Witches being immune to compulsion is common knowledge. So, back to the Rebekah debate. Rebekah can't be a witch because if she was, Klaus wouldn't have threatened to compel her. Also, Rebekah has said countless times during season 4, that she wanted to take the cure so she could be HUMAN again and have a normal life. I think that's a bit of a hint really as to her previous species...
@OldOneX, I'm not questioning show mythology. I'm questioning your theory that you're trying to back up with what could quite easily be a coincidence. We've never seen every member of the Bennett family/bloodline. We've never seen every member of the Martin family/bloodline. We've never seen every member of the LaMarche family/bloodline. Anyone of these families could have had a witch ancestor who had more than one child, and one of those children could have just been human.
Also, what's even worse is that you have the nerve to call your theory "Show mythology".
It isn't theory it is fact, stop speculating and just accept it. Rebekah's former species will remain Witch regardless of what you hypothesize, end of.
Fact: Witches are immune to compulsion. Therefore Klaus would never have threatened to compel her if she was a witch.
Fact: Rebekah said countless times during season 4 that she wanted to take the cure to be HUMAN again, so she could have a normal life.
You have a theory, not a fact. The evidence for Rebekah being human far out-weighs the evidence of her being a witch, regardless of what you hypothesize, end of.