Brutus is upset about Julius becoming king. He has a conversation with Cassius, but in the end Cassius develops a plan to use Brutus to get closer to Julius.
Act 3: falling action
Julius accepts Marc's offer to become king, but has a bad feeling when his wife had a dream about people bathing in Julius's blood.
Julius arrives at the senate for a meeting. Julius didn't know the poeple there were plotting to kill him until it was too late. Julius was stabed with the swordes of Cassius amd Brutus.
At Julius's funeral his beloved friend, Marc, tells the people of Rome the truth about how Julius died. He explained Julius's ambitions were nothing but good, causing the people to turn on Cassius and Brutus.
Once Cassius and Brutus run away, they are warned by the ghost of Julius that they will be dead soon.
Octavius and Marc are out to get Cassius and Brutus. They begin a battle causing Brutus and Cassius to take their lives in the end.