Romeo and Juliet Final

Romeo and Juliet Final
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  • Mercutio and Tybalt Brawl in the Streets of Verona
  • Damn you Tybalt. As I will take one of your nine lives
  • You couldn't touch me if you tried.
  • Romeo tries to help...but causes more destruction
  • OMG Romeo?! Why would you do that? Now must a plague curse both of your families
  • I'm sorry my dear friend Mercutio
  • Mercutio is Laid to rest and Tybalt duels Romeo for his life
  • Nice going Tybalt. All you ever do is the wrong thing. I must fight you now!
  • How come no one listens to me ?! Am I the only one with a brain
  • Draw your sword boy
  • Tybalt and Mercutio begin in an argument, then draw swords which stated in the streets of Verona which stated by the Prince is a crime of death
  • Romeo and Tybalt fight to the death. Only one will come on top.
  • Merctuio was my best friend and you have taken him away from me. You must pay!
  • I will leave this earth knowing I will always be better than you! Mercutio was a peasant compared to me
  • Tybalt stabs Mercutio under Romeo's arm when he tries to break up the fight. 
  • Romeo's Punishment
  • Romeo! You must be banished for your actions here today. If you are ever seen within these city limits again, you will be sent straight to the gallows.
  • How is my dear Romeo ?! I can't wait to live the rest of my life with him 
  • Mercutio slowly dies to his wound and blames Romeo for him being impaled. Romeo and Tybalt fight. Romeo kills Tybalt.
  • Romeo Be Gone
  • Oh No! Romeo is to be banished after he killed your cousin Tybalt. Why can't there be peace?!
  • Romeo fights Tybalt in rage after Tybalt kills Mercutio in the streets of Verona. Romeo stabs Tybalt. WIth Romeo's choices comes great consequences. 
  • Romeo is going to be banned from Verona after he kills Tybalt. Romeo runs off the Friar Lawrence's cell in hiding due to his grief.. Romeo claims banishment is worse than the death penalty because he will have to live, but without Juliet.
  • WHat can I say? He's a jerk. Maybe it's what he deserves?
  • Juliet reacts to Romeo's banishment. She weeps and cries and doesn't know how she will live with herself if she doesn't have her true love, Romeo.
  • I can't live anymore now. How will I live will myself without my true love? Oh Romeo, Oh Romeo. I love you
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