No one must bury Polynieces because he is a traitor.
Oedipus, you will be cursed for all eternity and the curse will fall upon your ancestors and follow them throughout life.
Creon won't let me bury my own brother just because he fought against him. He deserves to be buried just like everyone else.
This shows Hubris because since he is now the king he believes that he has so much power and wisdom over the people in his kingdom.
This shows nemesis because since there has been a curse placed on Oedipus' family, Antigone can never get away from the curse of her father.
Antigone's initial despair when she learns that Creon has banned burial for Polynieces creates a feeling of pity in the audience and it helps her release some negative feelings. This release of initial negative feelings allows her to take a stand and go bury her brother despite Creon's wishes.