Macbeth: Act 3, Scenes 2-6
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Man, it's a shame that Fleance escaped.
We need to report this to Macbeth. Let's go.
Wow, that was easier than I thought! Banquo didn't even put up a fight! What do we do now?
Be a man, Macbeth! You're scaring the guests!
You cannot say that I committed the crime, ghost!
Are you...alright, my king?
So, you all have been working such evils without me. What a shame! I am your Master! Prepare, for I have something in store for Macbeth!
We're sorry, Hecate. We will prepare immediately!
Banquo is murdered by the Three Murderers and Fleance escapes the crime scene.
Macbeth flips out at the banquet, feeling the guilt seep into his soul at the sight of Banquo's ghost (most likely a figment of his imagination).
The Three Witches are scolded by their god, Hecate. They then prepare for one final plot against Macbeth.
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