Dear Mercutio, do let me pursuade you to leave the streets.
There are many of Capulet's household roaming around.
You remind me of a man who walks into an inn and lays his drawn sword on the table, saying he hope to heavan he doesn't have to use it but, by the second glass, is ready to turn it against the waiter.
Good evening, sirs. I would like a word with one of you!
Only one word? And with only one of us? Make it more than that. Let us say two-a word and a blow!
I will leave you at peace, sir, this is my man approaching.
Well you must get through me first, to get him!
Scene 1: Mercutio and Benvolio walking down the streets of Verona. When Benvolio noticed many of Capulet's people wandering around, he suggests to move off the the streets.
You know that the prince has strictly forbidden fighting in the streets. Tybalt, stop! Stop, Mercutio!
Scene 1: Tybalt enters looking for the Montague, Romeo. He stumbles upon Mercutio and Benvolio.
Mercutio, my dear friend, a near relative of the prince, is wounded to death for my sake.
Alas, Romeo, gallant Mercutio is slain
Scene 1: Romeo enters from a far, Tybalt notices and gets ready to fight. But then Mercutio pulls out his sword.
Miserable youth, it is your soul that I will send to bear him company, as you did on earth!
Well, we will let this settle it
Scene 1: Tybalt and Mercutio start fighting. Romeo tries to stop it but...
Scene 1: Tybalt leaves the area. Mercutio is brutally hurt from a lost fight. Mercutio dies, and Romeo is fulled with anger. Romeo runs off to find Tybalt.
Scene 1: Romeo finds Tybalt and fights him in anger. Tybalt falls.