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  • Three witches foretell that Knight Macbeth will be promoted to "Thane of Cawdor" and then King of Scotland.
  • William Shakespear's: Macbeth
  • You, Macbeth, shall be King of Scotland!
  • Indeed!
  • King Duncan announces that Macbeth is promoted to "Thane of Cawdor". Knowing that the prophecy was true, Macbeth considered to kill King Duncan so he can be King.
  • I need to get rid of him...
  • I am glad to tell you that you have been promoted to "Thane of Cawdor"! Cheers!
  • Macbeth and Lady Macbeth team up and kill the king, and killed others as well. Macbeth was crowned king, but he and Lady Macbeth were extremely paranoid.
  • We now delcare you, King of Scotland!
  • Meanwhile, Hectate, the leader of the The Three Witches, scolded them for helping a person like Macbeth, together the group of witches made a final prophecy against Macbeth. Hundreds of kilometers away, Duncan's son Malcolm was planning a rebellion against Macbeth with Macduff.
  • You fools! Make another prophecy against Macbeth!
  • The witches prophecy sent three visions to haunt Macbeth. The first vision said that he should fear Macduff. The second vision said that men that were born naturally couldn't hurt him. The final vision said that he has nothing to fear until "Great Birnam Wood" (a nearby forest) moves near his castle.
  • Fear Him!
  • You're safe from women-borns...
  • Malcolm, Macduff and their army ambush Mabeth's castle with the help of tree camouflage. Macbeth and Macduff had a final showdown, Macduff being the winner. Malcolm was crowned as the new King of Scotland, bringing this well-thought play to a close!
  • Conclusion...
  • All hail Malcolm, King of Scotland!
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