Banquo ('a wisdom that doth guide his valour' (Honourable,…
'a wisdom that doth guide his valour'
Suggests he thinks before he acts and does what is right
'neither beg nor fear your favours'
Doesn't trust the witches
His conscience is more important to him than his power and glory
'Noble Banquo/ that hast no less deserved'
'The instruments of darkness tell us truths'
He doesn't act to protect himself
Macbeth is haunted by Banquo's ghost which shows how guilty he feels about killing his honourable friend
He is perceptive regarding his trust and the witches