What ways do Macbeth's strengths contribute to his downfall? cite examples from the entire play to support your idea.
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Macbeth has initiative, strength, and resilience. Unfortunately these strengths, which make him a valiant soldier, are turned upside down by the witches and L. Macbeth. His traits become perverted into an unwholesome obsession for power and security. He uses all these traits to kill the King and commence a paranoid bloodbath that will ultimately become his downfall.