Hamlet, Fortinbras and Leartes are all people distinct in their actions that carry out their own lives. These men interact in the play with one another and all seem to have nothing in common except revenge for a father's death. There are many circumstances surrounding them that mysteriously connect them. All three of these characters had some reason to avenge a horrifying incident in their life, but they all had their own unique and different way of conquering their objective. All seek revenge in ways of despise and hatred. Fortinbras better then the three takes action and sets not to waste time rather to make hast in an operation to win back his fathers once known land of Denmark. .
"Fort" brining value in the name of Fortinbras suggesting he is headstrong and invincible like a wall or a castle. Physically active Fortinbras prince of Norway had levied an army to attack and conquer Denmark. Though son of the late King of Norway, the crown of Norway had gone to his uncle. Throughout the play Fortinbras was kept busy in planning the invasion of so call it Poland. Desiring to win nobility through the sword, he cares not for the prize of his brilliance rather in reality his only yearning is to take over his fathers once deserved land Denmark.
Fortinbras: Go captain and greet the Danish King. Tell him that buy his licence Fortinbras craves the conveyance of a promis"d march over his kingdom .
Hamlet: Good Sir whose powers are these.
Captain: They are of Norway, sir.
Hamlet: How purpos"d, sir, I pray you.
Captain: Against some part of Poland .
Hamlet: Why, then the polka will never defend it (Hamlet IV iv, 1-4, 9-12,23).
Fortinbras is an empire builder who desires only to fight for glory and revenge. Its ironic, he is fitted by character to inherit the kingdom of Hamlet. Sly and persuasive Fortinbras directs his goal with direct timing and precision, as opposed to Laertes.
Easley persuaded and indulgent Laertes son to Polonius is a fool played by Claudius the current King of Denmark.