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Meanwhile, back at the dinner party, the Macbeths make a big show of welcoming their guests. The first murderer enters as everyone is being seated. Macbeth darts off to see the first murderer, who informs him that they've slit Banquo's throat, but that Fleance has escaped. Ooh. Not good. Macbeth is pretty sure that this is really going to tick Fleance off.
The witches again meet at an open place, this time with Hecate, the goddess of witches, who looks pretty angry. ... She tells them to all meet in the morning, when Macbeth will come to know his destiny, whatever that means.
Banquo's murder has been officially blamed on Fleance, who has fled. Nevertheless, both men suspect Macbeth, whom they call a “tyrant,” in the murders of Duncan and Banquo. The lord tells Lennox that Macduff has gone to England, where he will join Malcolm in pleading with England's King Edward for aid.
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