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  • Act I
  • You're gonna be a king, bro. Not your kids though, you won't even have kids, so...
  • That's reassuring...
  • Act II
  • Boi, if you don't go in there and kill Duncan!
  • You see, I would, but... I don't wanna.
  • Act III
  • Not cool, bro...
  • In act I, Macbeth is told of his prophecy by three witches, and begins to become ambitious about it. Though he quickly loses this ambition, Lady Macbeth takes over, and pushes Macbeth to take fate into his own hands, and make the prophecy come true. While this plan works in the end, Macbeth has his own doubts and such about the prophecy, and he fears what it may do to him.
  • Act IV
  • Beware Macduff...no man born of woman... Birnam wood to Dunsinane...
  • In Act II, Macbeth is pushed by Lady Macbeth to take fate into his own hands, and kill King Duncan himself. Macbeth goes through with it, but he soon has regrets and is overwhelmed with guilt and fear. Macbeth feels as if his hands had been "stained with blood" and that his loyalty and trust had been broken, for he had killed his very king.
  • Act V
  • In scene III, Macbeth is more driven and ambitious to keep his position as king. When his power is threatened by Banquo's prophecy , his lust for power takes over, and he murders relentlessly. Hiring murderers with intent of killing Banquo and his son, Fleance. Though killing Banquo was a success, Fleance managed to escape. At a banquet, Macbeth is visited by Banquo's ghost, and Macbeth s frightened. So he seeks help of the three weird sisters.
  • Act VI
  • Searching for assurance, Macbeth seeks help from the three weird sisters. He is told that no man born of woman can defeat him, and he won't be defeated until Birnam woods move to Dunsinane, but to fear Macduff. Macduff takes immediate action and sends murderers to rid of Macduff, but only gets his son and wife. This again shows the lengths Macbeth will go to in order to assure his power, and that he is willing to murder once more if it means his power is assured.
  • At this point, Macbeth has already killed multiple people in cold blood. Once the people of Scotland are done with his tyranny, Macduff went out to come together with British forces to overthrow Macbeth.. Macbeth was cocky, and feared nothing. But when he saw that the woods of Birnam appeared to be moving, he set it upon himself to go out and fight. But alas, Macbeth's arrogance and evil ambition, ultimately lead to his demise, and the end of his reign of tyranny over Scotland.
  • In the end, Macbeth had started as an ambitious, driven, and faithful character. A loyal knight to his king. But soon after he was told his fate by three weird sisters, and being manipulated by Lady Macbeth, he started to slowly become corrupted. Macbeth's lust for power and ambition to rid of anything standing in his path led to his ultimate demise, and the end of his reign over Scotland.
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