The character of Tybalt is that he doesn't like peace, the way he talks makes it seem as though he always wants to have trouble or fight. Mercutio, who hates Tybalt, gives him the "catty" nickname the "Prince of Cats" , but when his uncle Capulet prevents him from beating up Romeo for crashing the Capulet's masked ball, he's not too pleased, and really just wants payback which is that he just wants a fight. Tybalt's aggressive behavior seems possible that he's eager to fight because he wants to defend his reputation as the toughest of the Capulet's, A Capulet, Juliet's cousin. useless , fashionable, supremely aware of politeness and the lack of it, he becomes aggressive, violent, and quick to draw his sword when he feels his pride has been injured. Once drawn, his sword is something to be feared. He hates the Montague's Tybalt is the nephew of Lady Capulet. As a young man, he seems to represent what Capulet must have been in his young days; but he has none of the redeeming features of his uncle and is more like his aunt. With his quarrelsome nature, Tybalt is like a fireball, ready to explode at any moment. When he hears Romeo’s voice at the party, he calls for his sword and is ready to kill his enemy on the spot, completely unmindful of place and time. He persistently rejects his uncle’s remonstrance to stay calm at the dance. He discourteously leaves only when he is threatened with disinheritance, and even as he does so, he vows vengeance on Romeo in the future. He later sends a letter to Romeo challenging him to fight, merely because he has dared to enter the dance hall. He walks about the street seeking his enemy. When he finally meets Romeo, he insults him by calling him a villain. Romeo, because of his new found love, refuses to fight with him. When Mercutio interferes, Tybalt fights with Mercutio and kills him. He flees for the moment, but after some time returns to face Romeo again. Romeo fights and slays him. The death of Tybalt...
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