|Release date||23 February 2015 (Update)|
|Quest NPC||Dishonour among Thieves|
|Location||Handelmort Mansion, Daemonheim, Sliske's lair|
|Examine||A horribly scarred werewolf rogue|
Jerrod eventually allied himself with Lord Sulla, a Kinshra lord attempting to overthrow the white knights and the Asgarnian government. After failing to capture Gar'rth during the War of 164, Jerrod fled to the Wilderness with the crippled Sulla, later accompanying him to Varrock directly before and during the war between the Black Prince and Misthalin. After the war, he and Sulla attempted to flee to Kandarin, but were betrayed by the Phoenix Gang. Jerrod was sold to Lord Handelmort in Kandarin, and was kept captive under his control until the events of Dishonour among Thieves.
Jerrod was raised in Canifis alongside his sister. She was sent to Darkmeyer as a tithe. She later returned and gave birth to a child, Gar'rth. This, coupled with Gar'rth's desire to be something other than his nature, led to his isolation. When his mother died, Jerrod took over responsibility for raising his nephew, teaching him how to hunt and showing him the tracks in the swamp. Gar'rth later used this teaching to escape to Misthalin then Asgarnia. The Black Prince, a powerful vampyre and Gar'rth's father, ordered Jerrod to track down the runaway and return him to Morytania.
War of 164Edit
Jerrod made his way to Asgarnia. Along the way, he preyed on innocents, such as a farm girl and a Gypsy Caravan, for food. This caused a panic amongst the people, and a group of H.A.M. cultists took advantage of it, robbing a dwarf named Doric. Jerrod attacked the cultists, stealing the gems for himself. He caught his nephew's scent on a White Knight squire, tracking him down to the nearby city of Falador. He attempted to infiltrate the castle but could not get past the enchantments, being a creature of Zamorak. He took shelter in the home of a beggar, paying her with the gems. She tried to kill him for his wealth and he force fed her the opals, choking her to death.
He lured Squire Theodore to the home by passing along a message as a concerned citizen. Once Theodore arrived, Jerrod attempted to learn of his nephew's whereabouts. Before he could dispose of the squire, the dwarf Doric and warrior Kara-Meir intervened. Kara-Meir wounded him using her adamant sword, forcing him to flee.
After recovering, he tracked Gar'rth and Kara-Meir to the Edgeville Monastery, where he met and formed an alliance with Lord Sulla. He successfully captured Gar'rth, and attempted to turn him to Zamorak by having him eat Kara-Meir but failed when Sir Theodore, Castimere and Ebenezer successfully broke out of imprisonment and attacked the Kinshra. Castimere and Ebenezer managed to bind Jerrod and plant a bomb at his feet but Sulla knocked him out of the way in time. He proceeded to assist Sulla in the Falador campaign, until Sulla's defeat. He later rescued Sulla from vengeful Kinshra on orders of his master, and led him into the Wilderness.
Return to CanifisEdit
Jerrod acted as Sulla's protector, tracker and carer. It is also revealed that he is receiving messages from his master, allowing him and Sulla to survive in the Wilderness and avoid Kara-Meir, who along with Gar'rth and Arisha were tracking them. After Sulla recruited some criminals and retrieved certain encoded Kinshra documents, they travelled to Varrock, intending to blackmail nobles into providing material support to them. Upon arriving, Jerrod noticed that they are being watched by a young girl, who Sulla realised is a spy working for Straven. As a reward for Jerrod, and a warning to Straven, Sulla allowed Jerrod to tortuously devour the girl, leaving only her heart as a message to Straven. They also captured a thief who had tried to scam Straven by pretending to be Kara-Meir. She attempted to escape, but Jerrod caught her, but was disorientated and wounded by a wolfsbane dagger. She was recaptured by the men and Jerrod, Sulla and Barbec left to go blackmail some nobles.
Whilst in Varrock, Jerrod was contacted by Vanescula Drakan who reveals the location of the Wyrd. Jerrod passed this information onto Sulla and helps him kill the Wyrd, unknowingly betraying his former master in the process, and making him unable to return to Morytania. While the death of the Wyrd granted Sulla political asylum in Varrock, Jerrod was forced to conceal himself in Varrock, allowing Sulla to use him as a bargaining chip with King Roald.
Legacy of BloodEdit
Jerrod remains hidden through most of the novel, with Sulla using him as a bargainning chip with King Roald. When Garth fails to return, Jerrod's value increases, causing the Society of Owls to demand his capture. Sulla leads the capturing party into a trap, allowing him and Jerod to escape, and killing Simon in the process.
After escaping King Roald's men. Jerrod and Sulla hide out in a house Jerrod has rented until Straven informs them he has a ship that will take them to Kandarin. Jerrod and Sulla travel to Port Sarim, where Jerrod is captured and Sulla is killed. As Sulla is being killed Straven reveals that someone in Kandarin has paid him handsomely to deliver Jerrod.
Following his capture at Port Sarim, he eventually found his way as a captive in a cell of Lord Handelmort and forced to fight constantly at the Fight Arena, which in his own words, kept winning at and was running out of challenges.
In Zamorak's serviceEdit
Hazeel sends the adventurer to go and liberate Jerrod from Lord Handelmort's dungeon. After being recruited, he aids Zamorak in stealing the Stone of Jas by first helping the adventurer bypass several wights and alarms, and then finding more wights so Moia can interrogate their memories. In the final confrontation, he with the other Zamorakians, fight off shadow apparitions of themselves and elite wights created by Sliske. His whereabouts afterwards are unknown.
|Unknown||Henry †||Hywell †||Bran †||Tenebra †||Unknown||Jerrod|
|Roald I †||Unknown||Unknown|
|Roald II †||Unknown||Tarquin|
|Elizabeth †||Roald III||Ellamaria|
- Jerrod's left ear and two fingers on his left hand were severed by Kara-Meir.
Werewolves in Canifis
|Attackable human forms|