The will the will! You have forgotten the will!
After the defeat of Pompey, Caesar and his army walk the streets in celebration. Observers Brutus and Cassius discuss what would happen if Caesar were to rise to power as king of Rome; Cassius begins to turn Brutus against his friend, planting seeds of doubt within his mind.
The conspirators rise against Caesar and kill him, unleashing a tragic chain of events.
After Caesar's death, his friend, Antony, speaks at his funeral He riles the people against Brutus and the conspirators, starting a war.
Brutus and the rest of the conspirators flee Rome. They assemble an army, and face off Antony and Octavias's forces at their base, Phillipi, despite Cassius's wishes.
Cassius kills himself because he believes that Titunus has died because of orders that he had given him. Brutus sees that they are losing the battle, so he decides to end his life as well; with their deaths, the war comes to a close.
I'm sorry, Cassius.
Antony and Octavias allow anyone that served under the opposing side to be pardoned and come work for them. The play closes out with Octavious honoring Brush calling him the most honorable Roman of all.
Anyone that worked for the conspirators is pardoned.