Benvolio begs Mercutio to go home for he does not want a fight. He attempts to keep the peace.
Mercutio, lets go! The Capulets are abroad, if we don't leave, we are sure to get into a brawl...
I care not!
Tybalt comes and they fight. Benvolio tries to stop it and Tybalt seems to be eager to disturb the peace.
No! keep the peace, there are people around!
Let's fight! I shall not be dishonored!
Romeo comes and then Tybalt stabs Mercutio. Tybalt flees from trouble while Benvolio
Noo! Good Mercutio, you should've listened!
The two guards are about to fight with Abraham, but Benvolio steps in and tries to stop the fight, fearing punishment.
Let's not fight! Or we'll be in trouble...
Do you bite your thumb at us?
Lol wanna fight?
Tybalt accuses Romeo instantly and is about to attack him. Luckily, Capulet stops him.
He's our guest! Don't harm him!
I must kill this dirty Montegue! Begone Romeo!
Benvolio and Tybalt are an example of dramatic foil. Benvolio is constantly trying to keep the peace while Tybalt is eager to draw his sword. Benvoilio desperately tries to stop fights and Tybalt is always looking for one. For example, Benvoilio tries to stop the fight between Gregory, Sampson, and Abraham, as well as between Mercutio and Tybalt. Tybalt hates the word "peace," looks for fights, and is violent.