In 1897, Quincy successfully killed Dracula, although he was fatally wounded in the battle.
- In 1897 Quincy Morris, a descendant of the House of Belmont, overcame great odds to defeat Dracula and send him to his eternal grave. Unfortunately since Quincy was so badly beaten in his battle with the Count, he lost his own life after plunging a wooden stake into Dracula's chest.
- Quincy's legacy has continued, however. His son—John Morris—and John's childhood friend Eric Lecarde had witnessed the Quincy/Dracula showdown from the shadows. That scene changed their lives forever—as they grew older they swore to rid the planet of the evil creatures of the underworld.
- Rather than an original character, Quincey Morris (spelled with an "e") is actually a character from Bram Stoker's novel, Dracula, just like the title character.
- In the Castlevania series, Quincy is a relative of the Belmont Clan through the Morris Clan. The game's account of the novel likely differs from the novel itself in many regards.
- The Quincy Morris from the Castlevania series does not deviate too much from the one in the novel. In the novel, Quincey plunges his Bowie knife through Dracula's heart, while in the series, he plunges a wooden stake.