"We shall be called purgers, not murderers, and for not Mark Antony, think not of him; for he can do no more than Caesar's arm when Caesar's head is off." (II:i:ln 180-183).
Act III: Scene ii
"I will protest the speaks by leave and by permission and that we are contented Caesar shall have all true rites and lawful ceremonies it shall advantage more than do us wrong."(III:ii:ln 238-242}.
A soothsayer calls out to Caesar. Caesar couldn't see who called for him so he asks for the soothsayer to come forward. The soothsayer tells Caesar, "Beware the ides of March."(I:ii:ln 23). Caesar ignores the soothsayer and continues on.
Act IV: Scene i
"These many then shall die; their names are pricked."(IV:i:ln 1).
Brutus joins the conspirators and changes Cassius's plans. First Brutus decides not to make an oath. Then Brutus decides whether or not Cicero is apart of the conspirators. Brutus was also the one who decided that Mark Antony wouldn't get in the way.
Act V:Scene iii
"Here, take thou the hilts, and when my face is covered, as 'tis now, guide thou the sword-Caesar, thou art revenged, even with the sword that killed thee."(V:iii:ln 43-46).
After the conspirators kill Caesar. Mark Antony asks to come talk to Brutus and have it explained. Mark Antony shakes their hands and promise not to say anything bad of them. Brutus decides that he would speak first and then would leave and let Mark Antony speak as a friend of Caesars.
Act III: Scene ii
"Why, Friends, you go to do you know not what; where in hath Caesar thus deserved your love?" (III:i:ln 236-239).
Antony, Octavius, and Lepidus make a list of people that will die in revenge for Caesar. They are willing to kill family for power. Antony plans to change Caesar's legacies. He also plans to use Lepidus for this hard work and not let him be a ruler.
Cassius sends Titinius down the hill to see if the troops are friends or enemies. Cassius then orders Pindarus to go up the hill and tell him what is happening. Pindarus thinks he seen Titinius get captured by enemies. Cassius then asked Pindarus to kill him because he didn't want to live longer than his best friend.
After Brutus gives his speech the roman people cheer. Then the roman people decide that the conspirators are bad and should die because of what Mark Antony's speech made the conspirators seem bad. Mark Antony lied and tried to get the roman people on his side.