Romeo, away, be gone! The citizens are up and Tybalt is slain.
Oh, I am fortune's fool!
Romeo is Banished
After Tybalt begins challenging Romeo to a duel, Romeo refuses. Mercutio stands up for Romeo, believing him to be a coward, but after Romeo attempts to step in to stop it, Tybalt lands the final blow, killing Mercutio.
Juliet Drinks the Sleeping Potion
Tybalt returns to fight Romeo, in a blind rage, Romeo swiftly kills Tybalt, before running off.
Juliet is "Dead"
O brother Montague, give me thy hand. This is my daughter's jointure, for no more Can I command.
The Prince makes a decision to punish the only survivor of the fights, Romeo, to exile. Benvolio experienced no punishment.
(Act 5) The Feud is Settled
After going through her fears, Juliet decides to drink the potion, and with that, she is put into a coma-like state.
The Capulet Family, the Nurse, and Paris all discover Juliet to be "dead" (notably, pale skin) after she took the sleeping potion.
After the lovers' deaths, Lord Capulet and Lord Montague are filled with grief. They promise to resolve the feud by erecting two sculptures of the lovers to commemorate them.
But I can give thee more, For I will raise her statue in pure gold.