Macbeth

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  • In thunder, lightning or in rain
  • Thane of Glamis, Thane of Cawdor and King of Scotland.
  • The Brutal Murder
  • Let's pour blood here... maybe a little bit here....
  • A Killer
  • I don't trust you so I'm going to execute you because I can.
  • Macbeth, who is returning from battle with his friend Banquo, run into 3 witches who tell Macbeth that he will be Thane of Cawdor.
  • A wild feast
  • After Macbeth explains what the witches had told him to his wife (Lady Macbeth), she convinces him to kill King Duncan in order to ensure Macbeth becomes King.
  • Back to the witches
  • So that basically means that I'm invincible.. right?
  • Macbeth starts killing anyone who he feels is a threat towards him, including Banquo (his ex-best friend). He attempts to kill Banquo's son Fleance by hiring 2 dumb murderers, but fails miserably.
  • All hail King Malcolm
  • All hail King Malcolm, may he live forever.
  • King Duncan invites everyone over for a feast. But during the feast, he starts hallucinating, seeing visions of his dead best friend at the table sitting next to him. He starts acting crazy and get's escorted by Lady Macbeth who says he's ill.
  • After finding out that Fleance had not been murdered, Macbeth decided to see the witches again. This time, they said "No man born of a woman would be able to hurt you. And you will stay King until the forests start moving"
  • Macduff makes an army to kill Macbeth. Lady Macbeth kills herself because she felt guilty. Malcolm's army disguise as trees when encountering Macbeth. Macbeth finds out Macduff was caesarian-ated  which means he was not born of a woman. So Macbeth is killed and Malcolm becomes King.
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