"Thou hast it now; King, Owdor, Glamis, all as the weird women promised and I fear thou play'dst most foully for't." (act 3 line 3).
Shall I kill him? He knows. I got it taken care of.
yes, be yet do be careful.
King Macbeth to kill Banquo. In a evil way. Planning something evil.
They are planning to kill Winnex the brother. They believe he is the one that is going to become king.
King Macbeth is going to kill Banquo. Macbeth's troubles and faults, he is ruthless, arrogant and power hungry. Macbeth feels that he must kill his friend Banquo and the young Fleance in order to prevent the second part from becoming realized.