Hey Fortunato! I don't know what it's worth, but have wine to taste.
Ah yes! To the catacombs!
He insulted me!
That cough is terrible. I could get Luchesi instead.
COUGH COUGH. Luchesi knows nothing
I drink to the buried!
And I to your long life!
Fortunato hurt and insulted Montresor in such a way that he conspired a plan to end Fortunato's life. In carnival chaos, drunk Fortunato is lured to Montresor's palace by his pride of wine connoisseurship to try the expensive Amontillado.
Yes the Amontillado!
Yes, for the love of God
Fortunato drunkenly sways into the old catacombs of Montresor's palace in search Amontillado. After passing through many walls, bones among the cold floors, and sampling wines, the men come upon a hole-in-the-wall room with chains and iron rings.
For the love of God Montressor!
Montresor and Fortunato share a small drink of wine before going deeper into the catacombs
In pace requiescat
Montresor shackles Fortunato to the wall and begins his work of placing bricks.
Fortunato begins whimpering and crying out in a desperate attempt to get out.
Montresor threw a torch into the room before sealing the wall completely and Fortunato quiets as he knows his fate. Satisfied, Montresor says "in pace requiescat" which means "may he rest in peace"