|This article is about the vampire from an alternative future. For other uses, see Drusilla.|
|The subject of this article is non-canonical.
While created as part of licensed material, it has not been confirmed as part of the "real" Buffyverse continuity.
History[edit | edit source]
Serving the Vampire King[edit | edit source]
Alongside Spike, Drusilla served in the Vampire King Rupert Giles' army of Kakchiquels as a loyal assassin and follower. Unlike most of his other followers, Giles kept the two close at hand, either because he felt that he needed them, didn't trust them or both.
Pursuit of Buffy[edit | edit source]
Five years into Giles' rule, Buffy escaped and Giles dispatched his forces after her. However, due to Giles' desire to test Buffy's skill, he secretly armed her with a crossbow, delayed the pursuit and split his forces. Spike and Drusilla were amongst the first to face Buffy after her escape, alongside Harmony and three other vampires. However, Buffy killed these other four vampires and escaped once again.
With Buffy heading to the border of vampire territory, Giles split the forces chasing her with Spike and Drusilla leading two separate teams. Drusilla led a roadblock a back road that Buffy came down. Buffy rammed the roadblock, wrecking the car she was driving and several of the cars at the roadblock. As Buffy struggled to escape her wrecked car, Drusilla pushed her team to get Buffy, but asked that they save the Slayer's eyes for her.
To the vampires' shock, Buffy did not run, but instead made her way towards them. Drusilla questioned what she was doing and Buffy told her: "this is for Kendra," before flinging a lit flare into the spilled gasoline on the road from the wrecked cars. Many of the vampires were set on fire and dusted as three cars exploded. As Buffy surveyed the aftermath, she spotted Drusilla amongst the wreckage, on fire and dancing and giggling. Finally, Drusilla dusted from the fire, leaving Buffy satisfied that Kendra's murder had been avenged.
Legacy[edit | edit source]
After encountering Spike at another roadblock, Buffy taunted him that Drusilla had died dancing. Drusilla's death and Giles' role in it sent Spike into a murderous rage and suicidal depression. After Giles expressed no remorse for Drusilla's death and his role in it, Spike visited the Watchers Council to give Buffy the information she would need to take Giles down, but Spike was instead captured, interrogated, and staked.