Enobarbus is a devoted friend and servant of Antony. Domitius is loyal to his rules, but he is not a blind servant. When Antony does not know what to do, this man speaks up his mind telling the most obvious way-out. The character has a good relationship with Pompey’s and Caesar’s subordinates, but he remains loyal to Antony even when he makes mistakes. Also, Shakespeare adds this character as a commentator. Enobarbus has a bird’s eye view of the situation, and he makes his conclusions which sound logical to readers. However, when it becomes clear that Antony loses, Domitius abandons him.
Domitius Enobarbus in the Essays