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  • Caesar returns 
  • I'm back from war.
  • Caesar to be crowned king, but he declines
  • Thank you but not now
  • Ok Caesar, I'll ask later
  • Convincing Brutus
  • You must commit Brutus. Please for the good of rome!
  • sure, I'll do this for rome
  • Caesar has returned from war. Already things started to change because Caesar's actions. Cassius feels jealous of Caesar eventually.  
  • Warning signs
  • you must go NOW!
  • Caesar for his victorious battles is offered the crown. But he rejects for some reason, not sure why but he didn't take the offer.
  • Caesar's Death
  • For the good of Rome Caesar.
  • Et Tu Brute?
  • Cassius and Casca Convince Brutus to kill Caesar. They plot and plan on what to do, eventually they convince Brutus.
  •  The Speeches
  • The Enemy is Brutus, Cassius and Casca!!
  • The soothsayer is told to leave by Caesar after trying to warn him of the ides of march. Later on his wife tells him to not leave, yet he still leaves.
  • Ides of March! Beware!
  • Caesar is Murdered by Brutus and Cassius and Casca. He was stabbed 44 times and his last words were "Et tu Brute" translating to "and you too Brutus?"
  • Brutus gives the speech after Caesars death, trying to convince people Rome is safe without him. Then Mark Antony gives his speech turning the Romans against Brutus and the rest. Causing Brutus and Cassius to commit suicide later on.
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