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How does Puck’s desire to be both, "...an auditor; / An actor too perhaps..." (3.1.69) illustrate what you already know about his character?
Puck’s ability to transform himself was introduced in Act II, and now he announces he will play two roles as he watches the Mechanicals’ rehearsal.
Puck’s mischievous nature was made known in Act II, and now you see it coming out again as he announces his audience role.
Puck’s ability to transform himself was introduced in Act II, but now you see he can control that urge to change roles as he settles in to simply watch the Mechanicals rehearse.
Puck’s mischievous nature was introduced in Act II; however, in the scene with the Mechanicals, we are introduced to his serious side.
Puck demonstrates that he can follow Oberon's orders in Act II, and we see this again when Puck offers himself as the best candidate for Oberon's revenge plot.