A man whose father died at the hands of the Civil Guard. Lucas convinces Társilo and his brother Bruno to attack the military barracks, telling them that Ibarra is organizing the rebellion. After the attack, Társilo is captured and tortured by the ensign but refuses to give any information, merely telling them that he never had contact with Ibarra. He dies when the ensign drowns him in a well.
The timeline below shows where the character Társilo appears in Noli Me Tangere. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter 46: The Cockpit
...on cockfights. While people like Captain Tiago and Captain Basilio throw their money around, the brothers—Társilo and Bruno—speak with Lucas, who tells them he will give them thirty pesos apiece if... (full context)
Chapter 52: The Card of the Dead and the Shadows
...figures speak inside the cemetery, standing behind the gate. Two of them are identifiable as Társilo and Bruno by remarks they make about their father, who has been murdered by the... (full context)
Chapter 57: Vae Victis
...torture of the prisoners. The court—which includes the ensign, the mayor, and Father Salví—brings out Társilo for questioning. He says that Ibarra never contacted him or his peers, insisting that the... (full context)