Romeo and Juliet: The Friar's fault.

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A good amount of Romeo and Juliet summarized in 6 Cells.

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  • Blasphemy! You love with your eyes, not the Heart! This is so abrupt! Think for a moment of the possible corollaries from all of this!
  • On second thought, I'll do it! To end the feud between your famlies!
  • Few moments later
  • Not a good Idea
  • Please marry me and Juliet! I have forgotten Rosaline, and I have found my true love!
  • We few gather here to witness the beginning of the healing between the Capulets and Montagues, as their youth are here to be married!
  • A day later
  • Please execute that Romeo! He is responsible for the atrocity towards my dear Tybalt!
  • Enough! While he did kill Tybalt, it was to requite for my relative Mercutio! He will not be put to death, but shall be banished for involvement of disrupting the peace!
  • No! Spare him, for he was trying to make peace with Tybalt before wanting to avenge the ferocious Mercutio, who, just like Tybalt, wanted to ignite a duel.
  • Oh Holy Father! Please help me in my dilemma! My Romeo is exiled from Verona, and I have to marry Paris! I shall draw my Dagger if the odds overwhelm me..
  • Just give me the Potion already!
  • Doesn't that just erase the original intent of uniting the Families by running away from the city, stranding the the two Families?
  • There was a plague, which probably adds insult-to-injury to what the Friar has already wrongly done.
  • I shall give you a potion that will deceive everyone that you're dead. Then you will be put in the Family tomb, where you will secretly wake up. A message will be sent to Romeo about the scheme, where he will come for you and take you to Mantua!
  • I will be with my wife, wherever she lays, and no one will get in my way! She has passed away so suddenly... I will duel you!
  • 3 deaths, a Dagger, a Potion, and some really poor timing later.
  • Wife? What???
  • Romeo! Why are you here? You are the enemy, and now I will draw to vanquish you!
  • Juliet!
  • My gosh! Who would do such a horrid thing! Explain!
  • The Families did unite, but at such a dreadful expense
  • I am responsible for this. I am the wise, yet I did the bad of illegally marrying and devising such a vile plan. I shall suffer the most severe punishment!
  • Romeo!
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