"If we do lose this battle, then is this The very last time we shall speak together." -Cassius
"Ride, ride, Messala, ride, and give these bills Unto the legions on the other side." -Brutus
"O Cassius, Brutus gave the word too early, Who, having some advantage on Octavius, Took it too eagerly." -Titinius
Scene 1: The plains of Philippi in Greece Brutus and Cassius met Antony and Octavius on the battlefield. The four leaders converse and begin to insult each other. Brutus and Cassius say their final farewells because there is a chance that they will not return.
"Tis three o'clock, and, Romans, yet ere night We shall try fortune in a second fight." -Brutus
Scene 2: The Battlefield The battle starts and Brutus gives Messala orders for Cassius. Brutus tells Messala to inform Cassius that he needs to move faster to catch Octavius' army.
"Safe, Antony. Brutus is safe enough. I dare assure thee that no enemy Shall ever take alive the noble Brutus." -Lucilius
Scene 3: Another part of the battlefield Cassius retreats because his army is being slaughtered by Antony's army. Cassius sends Titinius and Pindarus to watch the area. Pindarus witnesses Titinius get thrown off his horse by another soldier, who is happy. Pindarus tells Cassius that he was taken by the enemy, but he was actually taken by his own side.
"This was the noblest Roman of them all. All the conspirators save only he Did that they did in envy of great Caesar." -Antony
Scene 3: Another part of the battlefield Titinius comes back to tell Cassius about their victory. When he sees Cassius dead, he kills himself. Next, Brutus arrives after he defeats Octavius' army. Brutus then grieves over the deaths of the two men. Suddenly, he sees that another battle is about to occur.
Scene 4: Another part of the battlefield Another battle happens and young Cato is killed. Lucilius is then taken prisoner by the enemy. Lucilius is then taken to Antony and tells him that Brutus will not be taken prisoner.
Scene 5: Another part of the battlefield Brutus and his soldiers are about to be defeated and they have lost all hope. Brutus asks three of his men to kill him, but they all refuse. Finally, Strato says that he will. Antony and Octavius arrive to see that Brutus is dead. Antony and Octavius say that he will have an honorable and noble funeral.