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In the beginning Fortunato was insulting Montresor. He wished to get reparation. Fotunato nor Montresor were taciturn, but they were innocuous. Though Montresor must have been pacifying his anger.
The situation didn't seem to exacerbate. Though Montresor was plotting his revenge towards Fortunato. Montresor invites Fortunato over to look at his purchase of what he thinks is Amontillado.
Montresor tells his servants to stay in the house during the carnival knowing they would disobey and leave anyways. He would know they wouldn't be there to witness the crime. The situation began to placate as they arrived.
When they showed up at the house, they went downstairs. Fortunato was thinking they were going down to the cellar. While actually they were going down to the catacombs. This was apart of Montresor's ardent plan.
Fortunato being drunk, he goes down into the catacombs after being given another drink. Montresor was acting very credulous to Fortunato, so he didn't suspect anything. Montresor chains up Fortunato. Montresor then starts building a wall to keep him in.
Fortunato hadn't yet realized that he was being docile. He had been acting nebulous. Montresor completes the wall. There hadn't been anything to beset him as the servants were gone and Fortunato was chained up. For half a century it remains undisturbed.
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