(Intimate) Juliet, Overcoming Fate


Smitten by Romeo, Rosaline aims to take Juliet's life. Desiring to make Juliet his own, Galvin resorts to skullduggery against Romeo. Though the strife of war once tore away the bond between them, it was reformed stronger than ever. "So long as I have thee, I needeth none else," Romeo declares passionately to Juliet as he holds her in his arms.


See Juliet, Overcoming Fate.

Name originEdit

Juliet is the female protagonist and one of two title characters in William Shakespeare's romantic love tragedy Romeo and Juliet, the other being Romeo. Juliet is the only daughter of Capulet, the patriarch of the Capulet family. The play takes place over a time span of four days. Within these few days, Juliet is thrust into adulthood quickly—where she must deal with issues of life, romance, love, passion, and even death.

Juliet is an anglicized form of Italian feminine name Giulietta, diminutive form of Giulia (Julia), derived from Latin Julius, a Roman family name. Cognate with French Juliette.

Additional InfoEdit

Artwork by Kim Eunsun aka Keira.

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