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... tip, Laertes will slice open Hamlet and let the blood get into his system and kill him. And if that doesn 't work they have a backup plan which is to put a poison rock into the cup of wine and to celebrate his winnings he will toast with the wine and he will also die that way. But nothing goes as planned. In the fight Hamlet killed Laertes and stabs Claudius and kills him. Right before Hamlet dies he asked Horatio to explain the blood mess to everyone. Hamlet later on dies because of the cut that he got while fighting. Hamlet asks Horatio to tell his story and suggests that Fortinbras become the next King of Denmark, a job, at this point, that no sane person would want. The reason why no one would want to be king is because the whole murder scene and people dying doesn 't make demark look very good, and there would be a lot of fixing to get everybody back to normal.
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