Fortunato is having a good day with some women. He is dressed as a fool.
Montresor persuades Fortunato to come down to the Catacombs by playing to his liking of wine.
C'mon come down! Their is some amazing wine
The wine better be good!
Montresor walks down to the Catacombs with Fortunata. Fortunato is very drunk.
Montresor gets wine from the wine cellar in the Catacombs and Fortunato gets more drunk.
Drink my friend! Drink! To your health, to your good fortune!
Montresser starts to attack Fortunato for everything he has done wrong to him.
AHHHHHH, Im sorry, AHHHHHHHHHHH, HELP,HELP!
This is for every time you humiliated me and made fun of me.
This scene from the "Cask of Amontillado" is ironic because Fortunato is dressed like a fool but he is a highly respected man that holds high class standards. And a man who is highly respected and holds high class standards you would never expect to be dressed like a fool. It is also Ironic because he a man who is respected and is highly regarded who dressed like a fool, is then killed like a actual fool. So a man who isn’t a fool dresses like a fake fool but is then a real fool. Another little piece of irony is that his name is Fortunato like fortunate and he is very unfortunate when he gets “blindly” murdered.