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Your majesty, I regret that it must be I to interrupt your meal and inform you of this horrible fight that has occurred. The Capulets and Montagues are the ones to blame, as always, and this time people were killed. You must go and punish these fools, and make your word as good as your threat.
Good Lord, Servant, have I not told you to not interrupt me when I’m eating? Some peace and quiet is all I ask for. Those unruly families are going to be the death of us all. Follow me then, we will go and take care of these matters.
I am going to personally hang whoever started this, as well as personally kill anybody who dared to be involved in this ridiculous fight. These unworthy commoners will finally understand the brute punishments that accompany their actions and I shall hang them all publicly to show what happens to criminals who dare disturb my streets.
Tybalt slew Mercutio, then Romeo slew Tybalt.
Who are the vile beginners of this bout? Benvolio, who began this bloody fray?
Romeo slew Tybalt, he slew Mercutio. What to do, what to do. If I hang Romeo, then the Montagues will wage war on the Capulets and the crown of Verona. If I forgive Romeo, then no one will listen to my threats or carry out my orders, and this everlasting war will continue between the Capulets and the Montagues. Perhaps I could exile him and he’ll be as good as dead to the Capulets, but still alive…?
My decree is this: for the offense of the murder of Tybalt, Romeo is exiled immediately. I will be deaf to pleading and excuses. Nor tears nor prayers shall purchase out abuses. Therefore, use none. Let Romeo hence in haste, else, when he is found, that hour is his last.
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