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A Dance Of Death

The Capulet-Montague feud has ended in another two deaths, Tybalt (Capulet) and Mercutio (Montague). Both families are no doubt grieving, but when will they set their hatred aside to prevent anymore unnecessary deaths.

A Fatal Fued

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At around Midday another fight broke loose on the streets between the infamous Capulets and Montague. Tybalt and his band of trouble makers attacked the Montague boys while they were walking down the street. An argument took place first with Tybalt degrading the Montagues to .It has been reported that Romeo and Benvolio attempted to end the fight but this may be inaccurate because Romeo then ended the life of Tybalt. The other victim of this escapade was Mercutio who was stabbed under Romeos arm by Tybalt after Romeo attempted to stop the fighting. After Mercutio's death, Tybalt fled only to return moments later. When he returned, Tybalt and Romeo duelled and in an act of pure wrath and hatred Romeo cut Tybalt down, after this horrendous crime Romeo fled but people are beginning to question if Romeo had done what the Prince would have done anyway and if Romeo should be excused for what some people are calling “An Act Of Retribution”

WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE: ROMEO MONTAGUE

FOR THE HORRENDUS CRIME OF MURDER

100 Ducats Alive 50 Ducats Dead

TYBALT CAPULET

Murdered.

As you comprehend this profound loss, let yourself cry knowing each tear is a note of love rising to the heavens

"To Strike Him Dead, I Hold It Not A Sin!

Mercutio Montague

Murdered.

Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal

"If Love Be Rough With You, Be Rough With Love"