Caesar comes back to Rome from winning the battling against Pompe. Everyone crowds the streets and cheers of the returning of Caesar. I think this is important because everyone had been waiting for him to come back. "Peace, ho! Caesar speaks." ( I; ii ; ln ii)
Act IV : Scene iii
The conspirators discuss the plan of killing Caesar. Brutus quickly became the leader of the conspirators. "And let us swear our resolution." This is important because this gives you a clue on what is going to happen next. (II ; i ; ln 110)
Act V : Scene iv
Caesar dies from being stabbed by all the conspirators. Caesar was heartbroken when Brutus stabbed him. "Liberty! Freedom! Tyranny is dead!" This is important because there is no longer a ruler of Rome. ( III : i : ln 75 )
Brutus and Cassius discuss their plan about before and after the battle. They agree that if they lose, they will kill themselves. "Early tomorrow will we rise and hence". This is important because they need a plan to know what's going to happen. ( IV: iii : ln 225 )
Brutus kills himself because Cassius kills himself. Strato held the sword out and Brutus threw himself on it. "Farewell, good Strato - Caesar now be still; I killed not thee with half so good a will." This is important because it means the war is over. ( V : iv : ln 50 )
The theme is be careful who you trust. For example, Caesar trusted Brutus, but Brutus stabbed Caesar. "Look how he makes to Caesar; mark him." (III : i : ln 15) This is an important theme because you have to be careful who you trust in life.