His mother marrying his dead father's brother has hit him hard enough.
At this moment, Hamlet has decided to avenge his father's death by killing King Claudius.
Your wish is my command.
I hope we made the right call by telling Hamlet about the ghost.
Your uncle Claudius poisoned me. You must avenge me.
No one has a clue of what Hamlet's father's ghost has told him, so Polonius is making an assumption as to why he would be acting so strange.
Hamlet has me terrified. He was acting mad and became aggressive with me.
He must be going crazy because you have been ignoring him.
I must send him to England. His cause of madness goes far more than the hurting of a love.
King Claudius has realized that Hamlet is not upset because of Ophelia and has decided he should be sent off to England. Polonius agrees that he should send him away, but he still believes Hamlet is hurt over love.
Should we avoid the afterlife until it calls for us, or is it better to be there than to be living with this pain?
Hearing from Hamlet himself that he will be returning to Denmark from England, Laertes and Claudius make two plans that'll lead to Hamlet's death.
We'll invite him for a fight of fencing, and with the poisoned tip of your sword you will struck him. If that fails, then we will poison his drink.
Hamlet killed my father and that brought so much pain to Ophelia. Now she is dead too and he must pay with his life.
Hamlet stabbed King Claudius and made him drink the poison as well just like his mom did. Hamlet then died too.
Queen Gertrude ended up drinking the poison instead of Hamlet.
Laertes did struck Hamlet with the poisoned sword, but he did not die right away. Hamlet then took Laertes sword and killed him with it.
Fortinbras from Norway arrives and might become the new king.