It's okay if my brother dies, as long as Antony's nephew dies too.
We need to raise our army. We need to rally our allies and friends.
All Lepidus is good for is doing what we tell him. He's like my horse.
Cassius is doing some shady business and it's kind of making me regret killing Caesar.
Anyways, Cassius is coming soon so you'll be able to talk to him.
He hasn't really been himself lately.
You're so dishonest and greedy!
Wait, please Cassius, let us be friends. I'm sorry I've been upset recently...Portia died. We're going to need to work together and fight Antony and Octavius at Philippi.
What's been up with you?
You killed Caesar out of love, which is more love than I'm getting from you now.
You condemned a man for bribery and I advised you not to.
Lepidus believes it's ok if his brother dies as long as Antony's nephew dies. Antony and Octavius discuss their opinions of Lepidus as he leaves to retrieve Caesar's will. They also speak of raising an army.
I'll see you then, I guess.
Brutus, you will see me again in Philippi.
Brutus expresses some regret for killing Caesar. Lucilius explains that Cassius has been acting differently after Caesar was killed.
Then so it will be.
I will not put down my sword until Caesar is AVENGED!
I see through their false courage. They're afraid.
Brutus and Cassius get into a heated argument which is resolved after Caesar's death is brought up. Brutus explains that he has been sensitive because Portia died. After which, they decide to go to Philippi to fight.
Cassius I must admit I'm getting nervous.
So it's true, there's omens all around.
On the way here, I saw two eagles swoop down and feed from our soldiers hands. They were soon replaced by crows and ravens.
Today is also my birthday.
Soon after all of Brutus' guards fall asleep, Caesar's ghost appears to tell Brutus that he will soon see him again at Philippi.
Cassius, Brutus, Octavius and Antony meet in Philippi to negotiate in attempt to prevent the fighting. They are all incredibly mad and Octavius pulls his sword and refuses to put it away until Caesar is avenged.
Brutus speaks about his fears of the omens surrounding the battle. Brutus states that he will not leave the battlefield in chains if they lose.
If we do lose this battle, I am not leaving in chains.