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Like his father King Duncan Malcolm values bravery this is the sergeant who like a good and handy soldierfought against my captivity Although we do not know much about his proven combat ability we are almost sure that he could be an outstanding warrior one day As a Kings son and rightful heir to the throne he is in the line with the forces of natural order Not only does Malcolm value bravery he values loyalty too He is shrewd intelligent and confident about what he has to do We detect his political intelligence when he manipulates Macduff testing his loyalty until Macduff declares that he Malcolm is not fit to be King at all When they both receive the news of the massacre of Macduffs family Malcolm encourages Macduff to allow his grief convert into anger against Macbeth and in the end Malcolm wins a loyal comrade in battle Like most brave and generous-minded people Banquo has an honest and trusting nature He seems to have little suspicion of the dangers hovering around him as he rides out to Macbeths castle A heavy summons lies like lead upon me And yet I would not sleep Later when he suspects that Macbeth killed the King Banquo does not seem to consider himself is in any danger nor does he test Macbeth in any way to find out the truth He is loyal honourable and brave but not particularly intelligent he dies innocent in spite of his remaining believes for the witches prophecies a victim of Macbeths blind ambition In spite of Banquos very busy schedule he still manages to find time to take his son riding When attacked by the murderers his instincts tells him to protect his son by calling to him Fly good Fleance fly fly This could be seen as Banquo adhering to natural order a loving father protecting his son yet on the other hand it might
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