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King Fortinbras was killed by King Hamlet

King Fortinbras was killed by King Hamlet during a duel and consequently lost land.  I don’t think there was much information on King Fortinbras to be able to determine whether he went to Heaven or Hell.  He most likely went to Hell because of the agreement he set with King Hamlet.  King Fortinbras showed God he was willing to play with his life, which is unacceptable for the kingdom of God.  In 1603, walking out of Globe theater, I wouldn’t have focused much on this character, so I probably thought he would end up in Hell.
King Hamlet was poisoned by Claudius.  I think he went to Hell because he killed other people and, as a ghost, encouraged his son to kill for revenge.  Murder is a sin, and it can’t be justified by saying it was for revenge.  If the ghost of King Hamlet was in purgatory, then he wasted his second chance and still went to Hell.  In 1603, walking out of Globe Theater, I would have thought King Hamlet would end up in Heaven because Hamlet killed Claudius.
Polonius was murdered by Hamlet for spying on him from behind a curtain.  Hamlet thought it was Claudius.  Polonius had a screwed personality, but I think his intentions were good.  Having to choose between Heaven or Hell, I would say he went to Heaven.  He wasn’t responsible for anyone’s death, and he cared for Laertes and Ophelia.  In 1603, walking out of Globe Theater, I would have thought Polonius was going to go to Heaven. 
Ophelia died by drowning.  It is uncertain whether it was a suicide or an accident.  I believe that Ophelia killed herself, which means she went to Hell.
In the church, suicide is considered a huge sin and is a guaranteed afterlife in Hell.  In 1603, walking out Globe Theater, I would have thought Ophelia was going to end up in Hell.  In my opinion, she deserved a more noble death.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern were killed by the King of England, which wasn’t supposed to happen.
Hamlet intercepted a letter directing the king to kill him, so he revised it to lead the king to kill Rosencrantz and Guildenstern.  Although they betrayed Hamlet by agreeing to spy on him, I don’t feel like they deserve Hell and believe they went to Heaven.  They didn’t have murder on their mind; they were just fools being played by Claudius.  In 1603, walking out of the Globe Theater, I would have thought they went to Hell because of what they did to Hamlet.
Gertrude was unintentionally killed by Claudius.  Claudius poisoned a cup for Hamlet to drink, but instead, Gertrude drank from it and died.
Gertrude didn’t murder anyone, but that doesn’t mean she is innocent.  Once her husband dies, King Hamlet, she immediately marries her brother-in-law.
I believe she was cheating on King Hamlet before he died, which explains her quick recovery.  I think Gertrude went to Hell because she committed adultery.
In 1603, walking out of the Globe Theater, I would have thought she would end up in Hell for the marrying Claudius.
Claudius was killed by Hamlet.  Hamlet stabbed Claudius and forced him to drink from the poisoned cup.  Claudius was an evil man, and I firmly believe he went to Hell.  Claudius was responsible for the death of King Hamlet, his brother.  Also, he killed Hamlet with the help of Laertes and committed adultery. In 1603, walking out of Globe Theater, I would have thought Claudius was going to Hell because of the list of sins he committed.
Laertes was killed by Hamlet. Hamlet stabbed Laertes with his poisoned sword.  Laertes had a good reputation until he tried seeking revenge for his father.  I think Laertes went to Hell because he, in collaboration with Claudius, killed Hamlet.
In 1603, walking out of the Globe Theater, I would have thought Laertes would end up dead and in Hell.
Hamlet was killed by being stabbed with a poisoned sword.  Although Laertes is the one who murdered Hamlet, Claudius should still be responsible for his death because he set up the encounter.  I think Hamlet went to Hell for killing a lot of people.  He directly kills Laertes, Polonius, and Claudius.  Also, he indirectly kills Rosencrantz and Guildenstern.  In 1603, walking out of the Globe Theater, I would have thought that Hamlet was going to end up in Hell.
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