Julius Ceaser

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  • The Triumvirate
  • This list bears names of wrongdoers who must die.
  • Lepidus, your brother must be marked on this list. Do you give your consent?
  • If he must die, than it shall be so.
  • "Judge me, you gods! wrong I mine enemies? And if not so, how should I wrong a brother?"
  • Cassius Arrives
  • "Most noble brother, you have done me wrong."
  • A Heated Friendship
  • I had no other choice but to shame Lucius Pella. He took bribes from the Sardians. This is an immoral act dear Cassius.
  • I sent you letters, but you just pushed them aside. I spoke of how i knew Lucius and you ignored me.
  • The new triumvirate, comprised of Lepidus, Antony, and Octavius, discuss what names shall be included on their kill list. Antony's new vicious personality is highlighted here.
  • A Burning Death
  • Portia hath died. She consumed hot coals and thus ended her life.
  • Cassius arrives in Sardins with some unwelcome homecomings to his dear friend Brutus. This gives background to the upcoming argument between the two friends.
  • A War Plan
  • If we meet them halfway, we risk tiring our troops. If they come to us, than our troops will be stronger.
  • I think it is in our best interest to meet Antony in Philippi. If he travels farther, they will recruit more soldiers for their army.
  • Cassius and Brutus enter a tent to discuss their quarrels. Accusations are tossed a round, and eventually peace is again resumed.
  • A Ghostly Visit
  • Why have you come here?
  • Brutus breaks the news to Cassius of his wife Portia's death. Brutus appears unemotional towards the situations, but Cassius is upset.
  • What, Portia? What a grievous and terrible loss.
  • Cassius, Brutus, Messala, and Titinius discuss how best to approach the growing situation of war. Brutus ends up getting his way, and winning the argument.
  • As Brutus attempts to sleep soundly, he is visited by the ghastly sight of Caeser's ghost. However, the ghost tells Brutus that he will be seen again. This sparks Brutus to get up right now and begin to prepare for their journey.
  • All you need to know, is that you will see me at Philippi.
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