Oh, how I have the vengeance against Caesar, I have to rid Caesar of this world for who knows how the crown might change him. We must stop the destruction in waiting before it's to late.
Our way to kill them both seems too bloody, Cassius.... instead we shall stab him many times as the Gods see fit. We shall not worry about who might stop us, because we are mightier then the man who might.
*Reads letter* Tis someone at the door, knocking. Go and fetch the gate.
I have found a letter addressed to you, sir.
They are all welcome hither.
This, Casca, Decius, Cinna, Metellus, Cimber, and Amber Brutus.
There will be no oath, for we did nothing wrong. Being honorable and noble for saving these civilians from a man who's done much wrong to his people.
We shall kill Caesar and Anthony in the worst way possible... cutting off limb by limb.
Oh, Portia, for you are my wife, that visit to my sad heart. I am not well in health is all. You shall not worry for me, for I am fine and will pass this little distraction that has come over me. Now, Portia, I ask you to sleep, and please don't worry about me, for i am okay. Now go, sleep my love.
For what is wrong with my dear husband, that you will not tell me so ? What lets you not eat nor sleep ? Is Brutus sick ? Am I not the wife of thee, honorable Brutus ? If this were true, I should be known to no secrets.
How do you still stand, Caius Ligarius? For I have heard that you were sick. If you are as determined as you sound then let me unfold the plan with thee as we are going and who it must be done to. Follow me then henceforth!
I here discard my sickness, if it means that I am allowed to follow behind thee, Brutus! Hereforth I am not sick for I follow you with a heart new-fired!