|Release date: 28 January 2001 (Update)|
|Start: Talk to Morgan in Draynor Village.|
|Requirements: Able to defeat a level 43 vampire|
|Monsters to kill: Count Draynor (level 43)|
To start the quest, talk to Morgan in Draynor Village. He will want you to kill a vampire that has been terrorizing the village. However, he first wants you to talk to his friend, Doctor Harlow, a retired vampire hunter. Doctor Harlow is located in the Jolly Boar Inn, a small inn located northeast of Varrock at the edge of the Wilderness. However, before you do so, go to the second floor in Morgan's house and search the cupboard to find a clove of garlic.
Once you're at the inn, buy a beer from the bartender, and then talk to Doctor Harlow. Tell him Morgan needs his help, and he will want a beer. Give him the beer, and then he will then tell you that you require a hammer and a stake to kill a vampire. He will give you a stake, while you will be required to get a hammer yourself. Just buy one from a general store.
Killing Count DraynorEdit
You can now kill the vampire Count Draynor. Before going to Draynor Manor to kill him, get prepared. You will want a decent weapon (a Steel Longsword or better is recommended), decent armour (iron or better), some food, and your hammer, stake, and garlic. A Defense-boosting Prayer will also be handy, such as Thick skin. A combat level of at least 10 is advised.
Now that you are ready, head to Draynor Manor, located north of Draynor Village, and go to the large stairs in the large eastern room. Go down the stairs and you will be in the basement. Search the coffin and Count Draynor will appear. Fight him, and when his Hits are very low, either use the stake on him or equip the stake as a weapon. You will drive it in him with the hammer and he will die, saving the people of Draynor Village and completing the quest.
- This was the first ever quest to be released in RuneScape after the beta testing period, thus making it the second quest in RuneScape's history.
- Players can potentially gain infinite Magic experience if they repeatedly cast spells at the vampire without a stake or hammer, providing that they have adequate runes.