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"O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo?
Deny thy father and refuse thy name;
Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love,
And I'll no longer be a Capulet." - Romeo and Juliet (Act 2 scene 2)

OriginEdit

Balcony of Capulet's House
Balcony
The Balcony in its original location in Verona

Origin

House of Capulet

Type

Balcony

Effects

Causes two people of the opposite sex to instantly fall in love.

Downsides

Families of the two will dislike the relationship, to the point where the families try to break it apart and start fighting each other in public.

Activation

Either both people standing on it or one standing on it while they talk to or make eye contact with the other person

Collected by

LordHighSubtitute & Mr.123

Section

Dionysus-336

Aisle

Stratford-Avon-653M

Shelf

Too heavy to shelve, attached on a specifically made wall.

Date of Collection

05.03.2014

[Source]


'Romeo and Juliet' Is possibly the most famous play by William Shakespeare. It tells the story of Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet who are in love; but the Monatgues and the Capulets are feuding families. Romeo and Juliet are married secretly by Friar Lawrence. When Romeo accidentally kills Tybalt, a Capulet, he is banished from the City of Verona. Juliet's Parents (oblivious of the marriage) wish that she marries Paris, a relative of the Prince of Verona, under the threat of disowning her. Julliet seeks the help of Friar Lawrence, who gave a special potion that makes Juliet appear to be dead. He would send a letter to Romeo informing him of the plan, but the letter never arrives. As Paris mourns over Juliet's 'dead body' in the crypt. Romeo arrives believing that Juliet is dead and kills Paris in a duel. After buying a poison from an apothecary, he commits suicide and drinks the vial. Juliet awakes from her 'death' and seeing Romeo dead, takes Romeo's dagger. and kills herself. At morning the Capulets, Montagues and the Prince of Verona arrives at the scene of the tragedy. Commenting that by their death, they stopped the family feud in Verona.

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