Banquo you will not be king but your sons will be king
But the King has been nice to us. Fine I will kill him
Are you not man enough to Kill the King
Rising Action Conflict
The exposition of Macbeth is Act One: Macbeth’s prophecies from the witches and his decision to kill Duncan to become king. The exposition is the beginning of a story, where the characters, setting, and problem are introduced.
Macbeth and Banquo’s encounter with the witches initiates both conflicts; Lady Macbeth’s speeches goad Macbeth into murdering Duncan and seizing the crown.
Macbeth's murder of Duncan in Act II represents the point of no return, after which Macbeth is forced to continue butchering his subjects to avoid the consequences of his crime.
Before the party Macbeth orders the murder of Banquo and his son Fleance. When Macbeth is at the party, he hallucinates the presence of Banquo’s ghost.
the ghost of Banquo
The main conflict between the protagonist (the central character – Macbeth) and the antagonist (his opposite – Macduff) is established. Macduff flees to England and is getting English support. Macduff' family is murdered by Macbeth and the murderers.
It will be done
I need your help could you send soldiers to Scotland