''As long as Banquo lives, I am sick. I’ll be healthy when he is dead.''
We shall taketh care of that matter Lord Macbeth
Act 3: Scene 2
''We have scorched the snake, not killed it. She’ll close and be herself whilst our poor malice. Remains in danger of her former tooth.''
You will find out when it's been accomplished.
What will thy do???
Act 3: Scene 3
Let us tell Macbeth of what we have done!!
Don't listen to his nonsense, I think you should be on your way
In Act 3: Scene 1 Macbeth and Lady Macbeth have been crowned. Macbeth feels threatened by Banquo and convinces two murderers to take him out.
Act 3: Scene 4
Why is the table full?!?!?!?
In Act 3: Scene 2 Macbeth discusses his plans to kill off Banquo with Lady Macbeth. Macbeth asks Lady Macbeth to flatter Banquo so he is not suspicious.
Act 3: Scene 5
In Act 3: Scene 3 the murderers sent by Macbeth encounter another murderer who shares their same mission. Banquo is killed by the murderers, whilst Fleance escapes.
Act 3: Scene 6
''And the right-valiant Banquo walked too late, Whom, you may say, if ’t please you, Fleance killed,For Fleance fled. Men must not walk too late.''
In Act 3: Scene 4, Macbeth finds out that Banquo is dead, but Fleance is alive. Macbeth becomes very concerned that Fleance is still alive and he begins to hallucinate. Macbeth shouts at Banquo's ghost in front of his guests and Lady Macbeth tries to cover for him.
Sir Macbeth, we took care of Banquo, but Fleance got away.
In Act 3: Scene 5, Hecate confronts the three witches about their prophecy telling and Hecate decrees that she will make Macbeth believe that he is greater than fate itself.
How dare you tell Macbeth prophecies without consulting me?! I am going to take things into my own hands!!
In Act 3: Scene 6 Lennox and another lord discuss the murders. They come to an agreement that Duncan's son killed Duncan and that Fleance must've killed Banquo. They also agree that Macbeth is not a good hearted person and that Macduff and Malcolm are raising an army to attack Scotland.