Found a pretty cool amontillado, and bought immediately.
An AMONTILLADO!!!!!!!!!!!!! LET ME AT IT. I NEED TO TASTE.
Maybe we should go back. This seems to be too much for you.
Rising Action #2
Cough cough. Man this cold sucks. But nah, I'm good to continue.
The narrator introduces himself as a person with a vengeance and wanting to kill another character, Fortunato. This is due to an insult by Fortunato. Both men are very wealthy and run into one another at the carnival in Italy
Can't see anything. Wait, what are you doing me?
A drunk Fortunato talks to the narrator about an amontillado, a type of wine, and the narrator uses Fortunato's pride against him by making him want to taste it.
NO NO NOOOOOO. Don't leave me here, Let me OUT.
The narrator takes Fortunato and himself down to the catacombs while using Fortunato's pride to keep them going. Even though Fortunato is getting sick by the conditions, his temptation to see the Amontillado is too much.
And fifty years later, not a another man has come upon you.
Montresor tells Fortunato to look into an indention, and while he is distracted, Montresor chains Fortunato to the wall.
Look. It's back there. A little further, and GOTCHA.
Montresor starts building a wall between Fortunato and the rest of the catacombs. He takes the time to hear Fortunato beg for release finishes building Fortunato's grave.
Man this feels good. I think I'll pass on the offer, though Fortunato.
Montresor hears Fortunato's cries for help but walks away, stating that no one has found Fortunato in fifty years.