I don't need to. I mean, I also don't need their admiration. I'm just as bad as Macbeth.
Everyone seems to love Macbeth … but he doesn't deserve their admiration. Dude, you need to come back. You gotta show the truth.
Macduff! Your girlfriend is dead. Everyone in her house is dead! You need to come back NOW!
Please Lord, HAVE MERCY ON ME!
What is this on my hand? Duncan's blood? Banquo's? Lady Macduff's?! How many people have we killed?
Macduff finally finds Malcolm in the school's basement and pleads him to come back because he witnessed Duncan's murder. To determine Macduff's accountability, Malcolm uses reverse psychology to see if Macduff would betray him, in which he did not. Together, the two will fight.
She took her own life. Oh, my dear little chuck!
Macbeth! Murderer! Come out and face your death!
An anonymous person texts Macduff regarding to Lady Macduff's death. Upon receiving the news, he instantly goes back to avenge his girlfriend with Malcolm's assistance.
It's time to settle this once and for all!
You're a dead man, Macbeth!
Lady Macbeth's guilt starts to eat at her as she hallucinates and sleep walk and talk. This exhibits a change in her character as she appears to be more fragile than before.
Peace is secured! No one is longer blinded!
WE GOT HIM BOYS!
Conquered by her guilt, Lady Macbeth ends her life by falling down the stairs of her house. Macbeth decides to visit Lady Macbeth, only to find her dead. While Macbeth is shocked with Lady Macbeth's death, Macduff arrives at her house and demands Macbeth to face him. As can be seen, Macduff portrays as the avenging hero.
A fateful brawl between Macbeth and Macduff takes place. Refusing to back down, Macbeth accepts Macduff's fight and goes for it. Moreover, Macbeth's hamartia -pride- is revealed as he stubbornly declines to give up on the fight, in spite of being outnumbered.
Come at me losers. 2 to 1? That's easy.
Macduff and Malcolm triumphantly defeats Macbeth, celebrating with their peers. Throughout the course of the play, readers witness how Macbeth's desire of popularity escalates rapidly, leading him to become a violent murderer. Overall, Macbeth's tragic story promotes catharsis from the audience as they observe the events that leads to Macbeth's downfall.