Macbeth is merely mentioned by the witches at the start of the play. A title is not a trifle for a reward, which proves that Macbeth is a sublime character loved by all.
However not everyone is perfect, even Macbeth has some deep forgotten desire that will eventually come to surface through catalysts in the plot, and will led him to his pitiful demise.
Although Macbeth has committed monstrous deeds, he is not a monster.
In fact he feels, which is quite surprising, sadness and compassion towards the tragedy.
The first part of their prophecy came true, maybe the crown will be his after all.
He is blinded by their equivocation and by his vaulting ambition: .
Macbeth’s currently established character is put into question when it is discovered that he is so easily corrupted by the prophecy of the three wired sisters.
Despite the good news of his promotion, Macbeth is shocked and frightened.
He has been equivocated upon by the witches, his wife died, all of Scotland scorns him and he is carrying an unimaginable burden of guilt.
However he still retains some of his original traits.