No! if we cut off the head, the arm shall surely die!
Et tu Brutes?
Caesar returns home from battle and he asks from Antony to touch Calpurnia because she is barren. He believes that it will cure her. A soothsayer comes up to him telling him to beware the Ides of March. Ultimately Caesar dismisses him and he goes on his way.
I swear to you that I will avenge thee.
The night was early and Brutus told his servant to go get a light, and when he came back he told him that there were men dressed in cloaks at the door. Brutus went to the door and recognized them as friends. They talked about the assassination of Caesar when Cassius and a few other men said "Kill Antony. brutus told them no saying that the arm will stop when they cut off the head.
We need to leave now and meet him on the battle field.
No! We need to stay here so they tire and we win.
The time came when Caesar has achived his crown. he sat at the throne which was to be his final resting place. The council started when one of the conspirators approaches him and asks for his brother freedom. At this time, the rest of the conspirators start to gradually get closer and when he refuses Metellus, the rest of the conspirators jump on him until the last one. And with his last breath caesar said, "Et tus Brutes." Which means, you too Brutus?
Caesar now be still
Antony fled to his house then was called back when Brutus said he was not to be harmed. The two talks for a bit then made a deal about Caesars' funeral. He promises to the deal and Brutus and his men made his way over to capital. Antony confesses that this was all a scheme and promises to avenge him no matter the cost. Unbeknowest to Brutus.
The night came when Antony decided to go back on his pledge which was never real. Cassius and Brutus decided to join together with their armies and take Antony down. Brutus finds out that Portia is dead. Cassius arrives and they argue about when to attack and where.
They battle nearly over, Brutus has only a few men left. He sees the bodies of his fellow friends lying there lifeless. Brutus asks his remaining men to hold a sword so he may run upon it. They oblige and Brutus dies.