Who is Tybalt?
Interactions with others
"Tybalt: Romeo,the love I bear thee can afford
No better term than this: thou art a villain."
(Act III, Scene I, Lines 59-60)
Notice how explicit Tybalt is in expressing his hatred towards Romeo.
Juliet : In the film there are very few scenes where Tybalt talks with his cousin Juliet Capulet. When they do however, Tybalt is very fond of Juliet and abandons his usual aggressive nature when speaking to her. He is also very overprotective of his cousin.
Mercutio : Tybalt often turns the cold shoulder to Mercutio, as he is not involved in the feud. However he is taunted by Mercutio on several occasions and he becomes very aggressive in these scenes, especially when he murders Mercutio.
"Tybalt: Gentlemen, good-e'en. A word with one of you.
Mercutio: And but one word with one of us? Couple it with something. Make it a word and a blow"
Tybalt: You shall find me apt enough to that, sir, an you will give me the occasion.
(Act III, Scene I, LInes 37-410
Notice how Tybalt tries to be polite, but once he is mocked by Mercutio he immediately becomes hostle. This scene later escalates to a fight to the death between the two men.
Lord Capulet : Tybalt has the upmost respect for the Lord of his household and will obey anything he says, even when he doesn't agree with it.
Montagues (in general) : Tybalt is always ready to fight a Montague, and will do so the second you give him the chance. He becomes incredibly hostile when speaking to anyone of the Montague household.
Capulets (in general) : Tybalt is viewed as a leader by many of the Capulets, who will follow him into battle no matter what. Tybalt has a great love for any member of his family.