I hereby am proud to award you this Crown, Julius Caesar
Brutus, please join us and all the other conspirators.
Hello, Cassius. What can I do for you today?
Julius Caesar got to Rome after a long fought war. Caesar is walking in with his men and crowds start forming. The crowds then turn to people chanting "Caesar! Caesar!". Just then, Caesar was rewarded with the crown to make him king, which he refused.
People of Rome, we the Conspirators have killed Caesar.
Brutus is still undecided on whether or not to help kill Caesar. He has been receiving "fake" letters. Cassius and other conspirators visit Brutus and offer him to join the conspirators. Later on, Brutus makes the decision to join the conspirators.
Did you guys see that?
The conspirators had a plan all along to kill Caesar. Artemidorous was warning Caesar by sending him letters. Caesar refused to read the letters from him. The conspirators had then, met with Caesar, surrounded him, then they stabbed him to death.
Men, hold my sword and let me run into it.
Brutus had decided to give a speech to a group of common people known in Rome. In his speech, he had explained why the conspirators had killed Caesar. He had gotten the crowd to get on the Conspirators side. Antony had then decided to give a speech as well, but his speech had gotten the people to turn against the Conspirators, which makes Brutus and Cassius leave Rome.
Antony has discussed who shall be pricked and killed. He as well discusses Brutus' and Cassius' army and how it could be getting bigger. Cassius and Brutus argue in their tent and Cassius throws out a possible option, which then gets over ruled by Brutus for the third time. As they are sleeping, Brutus wakes up and is spooked because he saw the ghost of Caesar.
Brutus after the war has decided to take the way he feels right out, ending his own life. Brutus had ended Caesar's life in the past, and he feels he deserves this. Brutus has asked three of his own men to hold his sword, and all have declined his offer. Antony had found where Brutus was and saw that he had taken his own life. Antony then took Brutus' men and put them into his own army. They had buried Brutus, and departed their ways and celebrated a victory.