Thought you would be. Thanks for the food, it's a big help.
It's actually pretty hard to take vampires non-lethally inside a crowded city; they're a lot more resistant to head trauma than humans are, so you have to get in a lucky hit. She tries her arrows, of course, but the first time she tries that tack she ends up with a screaming vampire with an arrow in his eye and a bunch of concerned bystanders trying to figure out what happened, and the whole thing is really more of a mess than she wants to deal with again. Even when she does successfully beat them into unconsciousness with no screaming, the head injuries are usually too obvious for her to feel safe carrying them out of the city; she doesn't want to get stopped by police. In these cases she strips them and kills them before they regain consciousness, which at least means she has enough money to buy things.
It takes her a bit to pick up on feeding patterns, but in a few nights she has a decent understanding of the basics. Female vampires like to pose as prostitutes; male vampires like to pose as their clients. (Her brain is writing a comedy sketch in which two of them accidentally meet and try to feed on each other.) This is really pretty smart of them, since it gets people to follow them or take them to out-of-the-way places, and the victims are mostly people who either won't be missed or who haven't told anyone where they're going to be. She can't distinguish between vampires and humans on sight, so it's kind of a pain figuring out which is the vampire at any given point, and at least seventy percent of prostitute/client pairs are just actual prostitutes and clients. If she were trying to clear the city of vampires, she could spend more time on this and follow the vampires back to their nests, but she's sort of on a deadline here. The other major pattern is the vampires who hang out preying on drunk people on their way home from bars. Really drunk people are too out of it to put up very much of a fight. These vampires are at least pretty easy to identify as vampires, and she tends to focus more on them just because they're the low-hanging fruit.
There are also vampires who prey on young women who are walking alone (mostly poor girls, of course, since the wealthy ones tend not to be in this situation). They don't do it because it's easy to avoid detection, they do it because it's fun, killing scared people whose deaths aren't connected to their vices. These are sort of the most satisfying to stop.
She spends nights and a chunk of each day in the city. She consistently sleeps outside it. A week or so in, there's a day where she doesn't come back to where Tyelcormo is; she's back the following night with a vampire.
He might take a bit to wake up. Doesn't look that bad from the outside, a couple people stopped us but they all bought that he'd passed out drinking, but I think I kinda mushed his brain a little.