In Act I, Scene 2, A Soothsayer tells Caesar and his wife to "Beware the ides of March" (I:ii:ln 23). This is important later in the story. The Soothsayer will tell him 2 times to beware the ides of march. This is important to the story because it leads to Caesar's death.
Act IV: Sc 3
In Act II, Scene 1, The conspirators as Brutus says "They are the faction. O conspiracy" (II:i:ln 77). They are their to get Brutus into the conspiracy. This is important to the story because they need Brutus tell help kill Caesar.
Act V: Sc 5
In Act III, Scene 1, The Conspirators go to the capital with Caesar. They end up killing Caesar as Casca Say's "Speak hand for me!" (III:i:ln 78). They start stabbing Caesar with daggers. Caesar dies and then Act IV starts.
THEME Act V: Sc 3
In Act IV, Scene 3, Cassius and Brutus are fighting because Brutus as Cassius says "You have condemned and noted Lucius Pella For taking bribes of the Sardians" (IV:ii:ln 2-3). Then Brutus yells at Cassius for not paying his men. This is not important to the story. It does not have affect on the story.
In Act V, Scene 5, Brutus asks Dardanius, Clitus, and Volumnius to kill him as Brutus says " It is a deed in fashion. Hark thee, Clitus." (V:V:ln 4). All three end up denying his request. Until Strato comes along and Brutus asks him. This is important because it affects the characters and the story.
In Act V, Scene 3, Cassius asks Pindarus to kill him as Cassius says "Here, take thou the hilts,and when my face is covered, as 'tis now, Guide thou the sword" (V:iii:ln 43-45). This is important to the story cause it leads to Brutus to do the same thing in scene V. It also affects the story and the character. This is important for me because Cassius was my favorite character.