A soothsayer warns Caesar of what is to come on the Ides of the March. Cassius complains to Brutus about Caesar. Cassius then tells Brutus that "Brutus" is just a god as name as "Caesar" (I: 2: In 140-144) and that both names could just easily rule Rome( Brutus is afraid that Caesar will become king. Casca agrees to work with Cassius to prevent Caesar.
Brutus decides to take action in killing Caesar. Brutus then goes on to say, " As Caesar is like a serpent's egg- dangerous once hatched." ( II:1: In 30-340). Lucius confirms when the Ides of the March is. A secret conspiracy invites Brutus to join, but he declines because he thinks its overkill. Brutus feels sick, but insists that he wake up in morning. The soothsayer talks to Portia about what is to come.
Cassius thinks Caesar has found out about their death plan, so they lead him in a different direction. " Casca, be sudden, for we fear prevention. - Brutus, what shall be done done? If this be known, Cassius or Caesae never shall turn back, For I will slay myself (I:3:In 20-23). The plan to kill will happen with people gathering around to pretend to want a request and thats when the first strike will happen. Casca and Brutus stabs and kills Caesar. Brutus now leads in the Ides of March.
Antony and octavious prepares their troops for battle. Brutus and Cassius start to argue about who made who do what. Bruyus replie " I don't even know you anymore." (IV:3:In 30-34). Cassious and Brutus realize they are being foolish and become friends again. Brutus gets bad news about his wife's death. Brutus hears more news about Antony and Octavious is on their way to Philippi.
Brutus tries to nogoiate, but Octavious and Antony baits Brutus. Brutus gives the word too early. Brutus told Strato to hold the sword and he ran into it, Cassious told Pindarus to stab him. After Brutus was found dead Antony replied "This was the noblest Roman of all of them." (V:3:In 66).
Your closest friend could be your worst enemy. Be careful who you trust to tell you secrets, they might just use it against you. Brutus betrays Caesar after all those times where he had helped Caesar. Cassious tries to covence Brutus to kill Caesar, he replies, "Both meet to hear and answer such things. Till then, my noble friend. Brutus would rather be a villager.(V:2:In 171-184).