- "Did you know why Petruchio was sent here? He stole a loaf of bread in order to feed his starving family. While you nobles feast upon your what-have-you and the Rose Ball, this is the other truth of Neo Verona."
Tragically, and despite Romeo's efforts, Petruchio dies from illness, albeit peacefully, after Romeo promises to give his siblings a ride on his dragon steed, which leaves Romeo visibly distraught.
Petruchio thinks lowly of the nobles, and when Romeo is first sent to the mines, he treats the lord with contempt, but after Romeo risks his own life to save the prisoner in an accident, they become close friends.
At the end...Edit
In the end of the series, it is Tybalt who finds Petruchio's brother and sister, and fufills his late half-brother's promise by taking the children for a ride on Cielo.