The soothsayer kept telling Caesar that beware the ideas of march. He was trying to warn Caesar about him being killed. Caesar ignored the soothsayer like nothing was said. "He is a dreamer let us leave him, pass"
Act: IV: Scene III
Brutus paces back and forth in his garden. He asks his servant to bring him a light and mutters to himself that Caesar will have to die. He knows with certainty that Caesar will be crowned king; what he questions is whether or not Caesar will be corrupted by his power. Brutus than comes up with a plan to kill Caesar "Lets kill him bodly but not wrathfully"
Act V: Scene III
Calpurnia enters and insists that Caesar not to leave with all the signs of him dying. Brutus and all the conspriators come and tell caeser that he cant missed being crowned. Brutus is than killed by the conspriators. "LIberty! Freedom! Tyranny is dead! Run hence, proclaim, cry about it in the streets"
"Cowards die many times before their deaths; brave men die only once. Of all the wonders that i have yet heard, it seems to me most strange that men should fear death, seeing that it is inescapable. It will come when it will come."
Cassius thinks they should meet Octavaus and Antony troop in Phillipi. Octavius and Antony enter the battlefield at phillipi with their armies, a messenger enters with a note saying that the enemy is ready to fight. Antony the more exprienced one , tells octavius to attack from the left but octavius refuses. "Well long ourselves in meet them in phillipi"
Cassius thinks that Titinius has been captured and killed. Cassius kills himself because he thought Titinius had been killed but he was not killed. Titinius was on his way to comfort Cassius but by the time he got there , Cassius already had killed himself. "Guid thou sword- Caesar thou art revenged, even with the sword kiled thee."
Caesar said he died of his ambition "Cowards die many times before their deaths; brave men die only once. Of all the wonders that i have yet heard, it seems to me most strange that men should fear death, seeing that it is inescapable. It will come when it will come."