To glorious Caesar

To glorious Caesar
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  • Caesar, beware the idles of march.
  • then it's decided, Caesar will die on the idles of march
  • Et tu, Brutus?
  • Caesar has returned to Rome after a long war. He has returned during a time of festivity. Currently he is addressing the crowd, after being asked to be king. Meanwhile the soothsayer is warning him of something sinister.
  • The soothsayer is warning Caesar of the rebellion against him.
  • Noble Brutus killed Caesar, now what shall you do!
  • The senators, having convinced Brutus to join them are at his house. They are currently discussing how to murder Caesar. They are being very detailed in the planning, and are deciding how they will get close to him.
  • Brutus and other senators plotting to kill Caesar
  • Caesar has returned to the senate house, on official matter. Not knowing of the murder plot, he came unprepared. Caesar was attacked by the senators, in a murder attempt. And now he is giving his dying words to his best friend, and murderer, Brutus.
  • Brutus killing and betraying Caesar.
  • You Brutus, are noblest of the Romans.
  • Antony sad over Caesar's death, is currently mourning him. But with sadness comes bitter resentment, as he convinces the crowd to attach the ones that murdered Caesar. All the while, he is following a set of rules set out for him by Brutus.
  • AVENGE HIM!
  • Antony stirring the mobs to avenge Caesar and kill the senators.
  • After Antony's speech to commoner's have taken to rioting. They are killing senators and innocents alike. Currently the mob is in a mob mentality, and will kill just to kill. Some senators have died to this mentality already, and so have civilians.
  • Mob rioting.
  • Having found Cassius, and Brutus dead in a pool of their own blood, he mourns them. Finally admitting that what Brutus did was for what he had believed was good. He decides to give Brutus a proper burial, as this murdering ends.
  • Antony biding Brutus goodbye
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