Why did Lachlan select Bo as his champion to battle the Garuda anyways? What's particularly special about her that he was aware of?
IIRC it had to do with him thinking that attacking the Garuda directly was bad, and that Bo would be able to use her Succubus powers in some way. He was also aware of her ability to bring together light and dark fae, which proved important.
What was the "important role" Dyson was supposed to play in the fight with the Garda? All he did was save Vex from getting killed rather than getting his hand broken, then he got worfed in the final battle like a pro and spent the whole thing unconscious.
Being part of the link? He was told it was important, not that it was unique.
Well saving Vex was pretty important, given that if Vex had been killed, no-one would have been able to prevent the Garuda from using Trick to unwrite the laws.
How can Bo's persuasive talents effect homosexual men if they seem to work by seduction?
Because it's not normal seduction. It's succubus powers messing with their hormones.
Jep, her powers did work on that gay couple in her counceling, so we may assume that the other ones work as well.
Although it is worth noting that after she revved up their libidos they only wanted each other, not her. How much of that was their being gay and how much was due to their pre-existing relationship is debatable.
There's an issue with Bo's name. The woman that raised her (and the town she grew up in) knew her as "Beth" but when we meet her, she's already going by Bo, before she meets Trick and all the others. Now if she's supposedly named after her grandmother, how does she know that before meeting anyone in her family? Did she just guess her own birth name accurately?
You know, that's actually entirely possible. There is often a bit of magic/mystery when it comes to the True Name of TheFairFolk
She notes early on somewhere that all she had was a baby photo of herself with the name 'Bo' written on the back of it. She used the name that was on the photo assuming it was her birthname.
What happens if a male Dark Fae is elected their leader? The Ash is gender-neutral, but The Morrigan specifically refers to a Goddess.
Does anyone else feel the end of 3.03, Con Faegon, was a bit bizarre? We had Kenzi holding off the pigs for an extended period of time with the Staff of Righteousness, and then the moment Bo returns to normal she defeats them on an off-screen Curb-Stomp Battle. Granted, we know she's strong, but if Kenzi fought them for that long without doing any appreciable damage, it's a bit weird that Bo, who's power is seduction, could defeat them so easily.