Main cast[ edit ] Anna Silk   as Bo Dennis :  A Succubus , she can seduce and manipulate both humans and Fae with the touch of her skin; and has the power to absorb the life force the "chi", or Qi of humans and Fae by drawing it out through their mouths. She feeds and heals from oral chi intake, and chi absorbed from the sexual energy created with males or females. At first she could not feed without killing her sexual partners; but with Lauren's help Bo learned to control her sexual drive and chi-drawing powers so that she could have sex with both Fae and humans without injuring or killing them. She can only go a few days without feeding before the hunger overcomes her.
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Bo is the protagonist of Lost Girl and she is a Succubus. Contents [ show ] Character arc A succubus feeds and heals herself by drawing chi through the mouths of her lovers, friends, volunteers, or victims; and from the energy created from engaging in sexual activity. The succubus can kill someone by draining their victim of his or her chi. Although Fae can tolerate having their chi taken more than humans can, they are not immune from being injured or killed because of it. Chi-drained victim When a succubus is injured or wounded, feeding from chi allows her to heal at an accelerated rate if sufficient energy is taken. When she has fed, a succubus is stronger and faster than humans and many Fae, and has a greater resistance to harm.
All she knows is that she keeps killing people she tries to sleep with. Or, at least, her power is greatly assisted by her bisexuality, but I prefer the former. Although her love for Kenzi is platonic, the two have a bond that changes each of them forever. At the end of the prior episode, Dyson and Bo got their freak on, all under the pretense of helping Bo heal. Bo and Kenzi investigate a disappearance at a college campus and things heat up between Dyson and Bo.
Jan 13, Image via Showcase If you haven't heard of Lost Girl, there's no need to pretend like you have. This isn't like saying you've never heard of Breaking Bad. No one's going to judge you. The Canadian original's fourth season debuts tonight, and the Canucks have been keeping this show a secret like the Faes from the human world. Oh, that's right.