I am having problems with when to understand 大抵 as:
a) 事柄のあらまし。だいたいのようす。また、全体のうちの大部分。おおよそ。おおかた。(https://dictionary.goo.ne.jp/word/大抵/#jn-133918) (or as defined in Apple's dictionary) 全体の中の大部分のもの。ほとんどのもの。大体。
While I am aware of the difference between noun and adverb I saw the sentence:
1) 「大抵は魔法使いの エキスパートで―…」
translated as: "In general they are experts in using magic"
However I initially understood it as: "Most of them are experts in using magic" (especially sticking to the definition referred to in the Mac-dictionary)
I first came across this word in:
In that case the meaning was pretty clear to me and according to its meaning here I thought in 「大抵は…」 its meaning is the same as in 2).
Context: (Season 1 Episode 2 of このすば) The "race" of Crimson-Demons is explained and general characteristics of them are listed and the this sentence is some kind of "conclusion" to it.