In the late 1800s, Drusilla was sweet, pious young woman that was terrified of her ability to "see" things before they actually happened. Unfortunately, the day she chose to admit her visions to the local priest, Angelus had just eaten him in the confessional, but he played along and listened to her impassioned revelations. From that moment, Angelus' gleeful torture began as he labeled her a spawn of Satan and convinced her she was wicked. He then set about destroying her sanity by killing everyone she loved and relentlessly chasing her until she fled to a Convent. The day she was to become a nun, he turned her into the vampire Drusilla.
Now a demon without morals, she traveled with Angelus and Darla across Europe, killing humans with her new family. Her tainted sanity remained part of her undead existence, as well as her ability to have visions. Despite her attachment to "Daddy" Angelus, Drusilla decided to make her own mate in 1880, when she turned shy poet William into the vampire that would become Spike. Committed lovers for more than a century, Dru and Spike went off together to sample the delicacies of the world, until a mob in Prague nearly killed her. Spike then brought her to Sunnydale to be healed and the diabolical duo squared off against The Slayer, Buffy Summers.
Coming to Sunnydale proved to be the beginning of the end for Drusilla. Though Dru was eventually healed of her physical ailments, The Slayer irrevocably changed the mad vampire's destiny. After Spike helped Buffy defeat Angelus, he escaped with Dru to South America. There, Dru left Spike because she could "see" the Slayer would capture his heart. Despite Dru's later return to Sunnydale to recapture Spike's love and restore him to his evil ways, it was indeed too late. He rejected her and a broken-hearted Dru left Sunnydale never to be seen again. With all of her crazy sing song rants, her creepy thrall and her fetish for dolls, Drusilla became one of the most unique and memorable vampires to ever grace the streets of Sunnydale.
Sideshow Collectibles’ Drusilla figure was released in 2006.