Yes, he becomes king of Scotland by killing Duncan
Macbeth became king after being persuaded by his wife, Lady Macbeth, to murder the original king of Scottland, Duncan. Once that was done, the thanes assumed Duncan's so…ns would be promoted to the throne, but they both ran away in fear they might be murdered as well. With that, Macbeth took advantage of his positioin by saying Malcom and Donalbain (Duncan's sons) killed Duncan so he could be king himself. It worked.
Malcolm returns from England and is hailed king after Macduff kills Macbeth.
Yes, Macbeth became king.
A the begining of the play Duncan is the King of Scotland; but Macbeth murders him and becomes king. At the end of the play Duncan's son Malcom overthrows Macbeth to b…ecome Malcom III King of Scots.
In August 1040, he killed the ruling king, Duncan I, in battle near Elgin, Morayshire. Macbeth became king. His marriage to Kenneth III's granddaughter Gruoch strengthened… his claim to the throne. In 1045, Macbeth defeated and killed Duncan I's father Crinan at Dunkeld.
Because the witch's first prediction came true about Macbeth being the Thane of Cowdor without Macbeth doing anything to achieve it.
No, Banquo does not become king in "Macbeth." Specifically, the part of the prediction of the three witches that Banquo does not become king holds true. The question of whethe…r Banquo even has a chance at kingship becomes moot. Banquo is killed by assassins hired by his sovereign and best friend, Macbeth. But the other part of the prediction of the three witches regarding Banquo's line may or may not hold true. The witches say that Banquo will be the ancestor of a long line of kings through his son Fleance. According to the play, Fleance saves himself by running away from the assassins who kill Banquo. According to unsubstantiated legend, Fleance is the ancestor of the Stuart line of kings in Scotland.
At first he believes he does not have to because he has already become the thane.
He played "Foully"
Macbeth became king by assassinating the former king, Duncan. Kind Duncan was invited to stay at Macbeth's castle, and while Duncan was asleep, Macbeth had a hallucination of …a dagger floating into Duncan's bedroom. Macbeth stole the two guards' daggers, and used them to kill Duncan. He then wiped the blood on the guards, and framed them. The guards were knocked unconscious by drugged wine that Lady Macbeth gave them. Many people say that Macbeth would have never committed the murder if it wasn't for Lady Macbeth since she continuously pushed Macbeth into it.
Well any character apart from Malcom and Macbeth. Duncan does not become king, because he already is one before the play starts. Nobody else even comes close, especially the t…hird witch. She definitely does not become king.
Macbeth didn't make the prophecy, so it is not "Macbeth's prophecy" at all, but the witches' prophecy. Lady Macbeth of course liked the idea of becoming queen.