Pindarius, you must kill me. You owe it to me since you promised you'd do what I say.
Fine, but after I do, I'm leaving Rome as a free man.
Cassius, sir, Titinius is dead. I saw the soldiers surround him.
When you do find Brutus, he'll be the same noble man you knew him to be.
Oh well, I'm going to have my soldiers keep you anyways.
Why did they bring you? You're not Brutus.
Cassius is dead and I've seen Caesar's ghost twice now! It's time for me to die. Please kill me.
Sorry Brutus, I'd rather die.
I'll do it, Brutus. I'll hold your sword so you can run into it.
Pindarius tells Cassius that he believes he saw Titinius get killed by soldiers who surrounded him. Cassius believes the battle is now hopeless and asks Pindarius to kill him. Pindarius agrees then desides to flee Rome.
He was the most noble Roman. We shall bury him nobly.
Antony's soldier captures Lucilius who they think is Brutus and brings him to Antony. Lucilius explains to Antony that Brutus will still be noble when he is found. Antony decides to keep Lucilius as prisoner and has his soldiers protect him.
Brutus believes the battle is hopeless so he tries to convince some of his men to kill him. The majority of his men reject the idea but Strato who slept through the others rejections agrees to hold Brutus' sword so he can kill himself.
Antony, Octavius, Messala, and Titinius as well as both armies approach Brutus' body. Antony acknowledges Brutus as the most noble Roman and states that he shall be buried as such.