In Act I scene 2, The Soothsayer approaches Caesar and says "Beware the Ides of March." ( I : ii : ln 18). Caesar ignored this warning from the Soothsayer. This is important because Caesar and everybody else needs to be warned about this. Caesar was in the wrong for not really listening to the Soothsayer.
Act IV: Scene III
"To tell thee thou shalt see me at Philippi."
In Act II Scene I, the group of conspirators showed up at Brutus' door to try to win Brutus over their cause. I think this is important because it is a big deal and Cassius talks to Brutus about it. " I think we are too bold upon your rest. Good morrow, Brutus; do we trouble you? ( II : I : ln 86-87)
Act V: Scene III
"Pindarus stabbed Cassius!!!"
In Act III Scene I, Caesar was stabbed and killed at the capitol building. Caesar was killed because some people thought he was cocky, arrogant, and ambitious. I think this is important because this is the biggest action part throughout the whole play. " It is not meet you know how Caesar loved you." (III : II : ln 142)
In Act IV Scene III, this is when the ghost of Caesar appears to Brutus' tent in the night. Caesar wants to see Brutus at Philippi. (IV : III : ln 283). I think this is important because Brutus saw Caesar's ghost and Caesar said for Brutus to go to Phillipi. Brutus says that he will see Caesar at Philippi.
In act V Scene III, there is a battle at the fields. While Octavious, Antony, Cassius and others are there, Cassius gets stabbed by Pindarus and dies. I think this is important because Cassius dies and Pindarus declares that Caesar is avenged by the same sword that killed him. " So in his red blood Cassius' day is set; ". ( V : III : ln 60).
I think the theme I got out of this story is power. You should not let power go to your head. Such as being cocky, ambitious, and arrogant like Caesar was. "He is a dreamer, let us leave him. Pass" (I : I : ln : 25). This is what Caesar was saying about the Soothsayer. This was when the Soothsayer was warning Caesar about the Ides of March coming.