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O Banquo, Banquo, Our royal master’s murdered!
I’ll to England.
To Ireland, I. Our separated fortune shall keep us both the safer.
Macduff comes to wake the king because he asked him to do so. When he goes to the king's chamber, he finds he has been murdered. Macduff goes back to the entrance to tell the others, and everyone starts screaming and going into shock. Lady Macbeth faints, and Macbeth says he killed the guards for the treacherous murder they committed.
Malcolm and Donalbain are afraid they are going to be next. They suspected Duncan's killer wanted power, and as the king's sons, they are power. So they picked up their things, and left without saying anything to anyone.
Macbeth goes to Scone where he will be crowned king because the rightful heir, Malcolm, disappeared without saying a word. King Duncan is transported to Colmekill-the sacred storehouse of his predecessors and guardian of their bones.
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