Name: Vlad the Impaler
Difficulty: 18
Base level: 14
Base experience: 477
Speed: 18
Base AC: -3
Base MR: 80
Alignment: -10
Frequency: unique, no random generation
Genocidable: No
    Projectile as weapon, or if in range, uses melee weapon for 1d10
    Bite: Drains an experience level
Weight: 1450
Nutritional value: 400 (but leaves no corpse)
Size: medium
Resistances: sleep, poison
Resistances conveyed by eating: None

Vlad the Impaler can fly/float. Due to his unusual body chemistry, He has no need to breathe. He is humanoid. He can regenerate itself. Vlad the Impaler is poisonous if eaten.

Vlad Dracula the Impaler was a 15th-Century monarch of the Birgau region of the Carpathian Mountains, in what is now Romania. In Romanian history he is best known for two things. One was his skilled handling of the Ottoman Turks, which kept them from making further inroads into Christian Europe. The other was the ruthless manner in which he ran his fiefdom. He dealt with perceived challengers to his rule by impaling them upright on wooden stakes. Visiting dignitaries who failed to doff their hats had them nailed to their head.