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.