Speech- Macduff's speech makes him seem very noble and honorable, unlike Macbeth " Then yield thee, coward, And live to be the show and gaze o' the time: We'll have thee, as our rarer monsters are, Painted on a pole, and underwrit, 'Here may you see the tyrant.' " When he's fighting Macbeth, he tells him to surrender and his words are brave.
Thoughts- Macduff's thoughts are filled with suspicion towards Macbeth and the killing of King Duncan. He is mistrustful towards Macbeth and his thoughts confirm this.
Effects on other- Macduff makes people hang on his every word. Macduff does not speak often so when he does, he makes people interested in what he's saying.
" O horror, horror, horror! Tongue nor heart/ Cannot conceive nor name thee! "When he finds King Duncan dead, he says this and everyone listens to him
Actions- Macduff's actions are very brave and noble. He acts the way he does because he wants to save Scotland from the hands of a tyrant, Macbeth. He does what he feels he needs to do for his country.
Looks- Macduff has red hair, like most Scots, and he has a matching red beard. His eyes are a cold blue and his clothing is that of a Lord. He is rich, therefore his clothing is superior to that of a servant.