In 17th century Italy a man named Fortunado has injured or insulted Montressor in some way. Montressor plans revenge on Fortunado while Fortunado has no idea. Montressor vows revenge witch motivates him to carry out his plan.
Montressor arrives at the carnival and sees Fortunado in a jester outfit. Montessor notices Fortunado is very drunk, and invites Fortunado to come try his very expensive Amonilliado wine back at his home. Fortunado agrees to try the wine back at Montressor home. Montressor takes Fortunado back to his home.
Let us be gone
Montressor lures Fortunado down into the dark catacombs. As suspense builds, Montressor keeps asking Fortunado if he would like to turn back because he seems to ill. Fortunado demands to continue. While Montreso leads Fortunado deeper into the catacombs he keeps giving Fortunado more and more wine to keep him drunk.
Montressor chains Fortunato to the walls of the vault. Fortunato is too drunk and does not understand what is going on and thinks it all as a joke. Montressor created a niche just big enough for Fortunado to fit in.
Montessor begins building the wall around Fortunado so that Fortunado will be stuck inside. Fortunado starts to sober up and starts panicking and starts shaking the chains. Fortunado screams and Montressor screams back louder and longer. Fortunado starts realizing what is happening.
Yes let us be gone
Montressor finishes the wall around Fortunado where Fortunado cannot breathe. Montressor calls Fortunados name to see if he would get a response and there was none. Montressor has achived his revenge, killing Fortunado. Montressor hears the jingle of Fortunados fat foreshadowing he has died