One day, Tybalt comes to Mercutio and Benvolio seeking to fight Romeo. Romeo enters and tries to make peace, but Mercutio stands up for him and fights Tybalt.
The story of Romeo and Juliet is a love story which involves two lovers from enemy households. Juliet is a Capulet, while Romeo is a Montague.
Mercutio and Tybalt dead, Romeo Banished
Juliet finds out from the nurse that Tybalt is dead, Romeo is banished and mourns.
juliet visits friar Lawrence and tells him the news while threatening to kill herself if he doesn't give her advice for a way out.
In the beginning, Romeo mourns for his love Rosaline, who has fallen out of love with him, but his cousin Benvolio tries to cheer him up by pushing him to go to a party at the Capulet house in disguise. This is where Romeo meets Juliet and can’t help but love her at the moment he sees her, and she feels the same way.
Friar Lawrence's Solution/ Disaster
Juliet is laid in a tomb, after taking the vile and escaping the marriage with Paris.
Balthasar tells Romeo that Juliet is “dead” and goes to visit her, planning to kill himself to be with her. When he gets there Paris meets him, they fight, and Romeo kills him without knowing truly who he was. Then he takes the poison and dies instantly. Friar Lawrence enters and sees the tragedy while Balthasar calls the watchmen. Juliet wakes up to Friar Lawrence rushing her to escape before the watchmen come and Romeo dead. She takes his knife and kills herself.
Both cannot deny their growing love for each other, so Romeo arranges a marriage with the agreement of the priest Friar Lawrence who is also very close to him, and finally marries Juliet in secret.
From Love To Tragedy
Romeo tries to break up the fight, but Tybalt manages to stab Mercutio, kills him, and runs off. Tybalt returns again for Romeo. Stirred with anger, Romeo kills Tybalt, causing him to be banished from Verona. Later, Lord Capulet decides to marry Juliet and Paris, who is an older man who loves her, due to an arranged marriage.
Friar forms a plan to give Juliet a vial to put her to sleep with effects that make it seem like she is dead so she won't have to marry Paris, then as they lay her in the tomb, Romeo will pick her up when she wakes at the hour it is supposed to wear off. Juliet takes the vile and all goes according to plan except the fact that Friar Lawrence's letter didn't get to Romeo, his messenger Friar John was interrupted because he was suspected to have a plague.
The watchmen enter to see that both lovers have died recently and are confused. They catch Friar Lawrence and he explains everything. The prince blames it on himself for not paying much attention to the conflict between families, and claims that it was because of their rivalry that this happened. This sorrowful tragedy will remain as the most grieving love story.