Take them away: good guard, Until their pleasures first be known that are to censure them.
Sir, by your patience, I hold you but a subject of this war not as a brother.
Edmund, I arrest thee on capital treason: and in thine attaint this gilded serpent.
That eye that told you so look'd but a-squint.
Lady, I am not well: else I should answer from a full flowing stomach.
This sword of mine shall give them instant way, where they shall rest forever.
My name is Edgar, and thy father’s son. The gods are just, and of our pleasant vices make instruments to plague us.
In King Lear, Edgar is able to exact revenge on his evil brother. Edmond set many people against Edgar, forcing him to flee and assume the role of Poor Tom for survival. Edgar is justified through the chance given to him to take back what was wrongfully taken from him: his honor, inheritance, and his freedom.