Finally! I will be king and nobody can stop me now
Act 3: Scene 4
So, you wanna learn more about your fate, do you......
Whats going to happen to me??????
Macbeth's ambition comes to a rise when him and Banquo receive great news that Macbeth will be Thane of Cawdor. Then they tell him that he will be the king. Macbeth doesn't know what to believe. At first he is hesitant.
Macbeth, convinced that killing Duncan is his fate, murders him. His ambitions are at the highest they have been because the witches were right. He was so determined to kill the king. He was determined to made sure that nothing stood in his way
Macbeth wants to stay king, and is confused by the ghosts that haunt him. He returns to the witches. He is curious what the next steps are, if more luck happens to come his way. He wants the witches to tell him his future. He hopes he stays as king, just like his ambitious dreams