We must challenge them there at Phillipi if we want a fighting chance.
Sounds good Brutus!
Act Five, Scene One
We must not fight. We can resolve this peacefully.
I will not stop until Caesar's wounds are avenged!
Act Five, Scene Three
Nooooo!!! Titinius!!! Pindorus please kill me. I can't bear to see Titinius get captured.
Oh no! I'm being captured.
With Octavius and Mark Antony taking their armies to Phillipi, Brutus and Cassius devise a method and settle on Brutus' plan of challenging them there in Phillippi.
Act Five, Scene Five
With defeat imminent, I have no other choice to ask you to kill me.
If this is what needs to be done.
While in Phillippi, the pairs of generals meet. While Brutus attempts to defuse the fight with peaceful speech, Octavius threatens Brutus by not stopping until Caesar's wounds are avenged.
During battle, Cassius' friend, Titinius gets captured by the enemy forces. In grief from the loss of his friend and the loss of the battle, Cassius asks his slave to kill him with the same sword that killed Caesar.
At the end of the battle, Brutus loses all hope towards his success. He asks his comrade, Strato to hold his sword whilst he runs into it, killing himself. Antony later declares Brutus the noblest Roman of them all.