Master, also known as Prospero, is one of the central characters in William Shakespeare's play The Tempest. He is a powerful magician and the rightful Duke of Milan. Master's story begins when his brother, Antonio, betrays him and takes over his dukedom, forcing him and his infant daughter, Miranda, to flee and seek refuge on a remote island. On the island, Master hones his magical abilities and becomes the ruler of the island's spirits, including the mischievous sprite Ariel and the deformed creature Caliban. Using his powers, Master creates a storm (the tempest) that brings his enemies, including Antonio, to the island. He intends to seek revenge and reclaim his rightful place as Duke of Milan. However, as the play unfolds, Master's character evolves from a vengeful sorcerer to a more compassionate and forgiving figure. He realizes that revenge is not the answer and ultimately forgives his enemies, including Antonio. Master also learns the importance of letting go of power and control, as he decides to set Ariel and Caliban free. One of the most significant aspects of Master's character is his mastery of magic. Throughout the play, he uses his magical abilities to manipulate events and people on the island. His control over the spirits allows him to create illusions, control the weather, and even influence the thoughts and actions of others.