In Act I, Scene 2. Caesar, Brutus their wives and all sorts of other folks are gathered in public place.They're ready to celebrate the feast of the lupercal. An annual party which involves a bunch of Romans dressed in leather loincloths running around the city. (I:II:in 105-106 You shall confess that you're both deceived. Here, as I point my sword.
Act IV: SC
In Act II, Scene 1. Brutus contemplates the conspiracy in his garden late into the night. He has reached the conclusion that Julius Caesar must die. Brutus can't justify Caesar's death by any personal acts. (II:I:In 5-7) Get me a taper in y study, Lucius. When it is lighted, come and call me here.
Act V: Sc
In Act III, Scene 2. Brutus and Cassius hit the streets, surrounded by crowds of common folks. So many people are clamoring to hear them that Cassius Takes one group off while the others stay to listen to Brutus speak.(III:II:In 10-11) be patient till the last. Romans, countrymen, and lovers hear me .
In Act IV, Scene 3. The root of Cassius Brutus's argument comes out: Brutus has condemned a man, Lucius for talking Bribes from the Sardians. (IV:III:in 30-32) I'll not endure it. You forgot yourself , to hedge me in. I'm a soldier, I older in Practice, abler than yourself to make conditions.
In Act V, Scene 4. Everyone goes out onto the battlefield in a blaze of glory. The soldiers take him prisoner and are excited to show off their catch to Antony. (V:IV:In 15-17) We must not. A noble prisoner! Room, ho! Tell Antony, Brutus is ta'en, my lord. Brutus is safe enough.
Caesar is a great man, and an ambitious man. His ambition is what worries Brutus, and ultimately leads to Brutus joining the conspiracy to murder Caesar. Cassius is also a very ambitious man. Because he is jealous of Caesar's power, wishes to kill him to gain more power him himself.