*Have a bunch of hot Roman babes yelling* We love you oh great mighty Caesar
Dearest Caesar I give the thi crown to rule over Rome
Dowth not want the crown to rule over Rome when it is in no need of a king
*All shout* Here He Here He.
I'm in we shall kill him on the Ides of Marsh in the middlle of the day.
People and Senators be not affrighted. Fly not; stand still. Ambition's debt is paid.
Speak hands for me! (Then does stabby stabby)
Et ut, Brute?
In this scene, Mark Antony gives Caesar the crown, but Ceasar refuses it because it would make him seem selfish and power hungry. Deep down inside he wants to put his fingers on it.
In Act II Brutus, Cassius, Decius, Cinna, Metellus, and Trebonius all meet at Pompey's Porch to conspire Caesar's death. All but Brutus is in dark clocks to hide their faces so they are not sought out by the people of Rome.
It's over Brutus, drop everything surrender and prepare to get what is coming to you.
Act III shows the death of the great Caesar. Casca is the first to stab Caesar, then the rest of the conspirators stab him. The last person to stab him was his dearest friend Brutus who he thought would never hurt him, furthermore, in the end, the betrail of Brutus killed Caesar.
*Antony's army cheering in the back* We Won!
The bitter part of Act III is the death/funeral of Caesar. Antony a trusted and great friend to Caesar "joins" the conspirators and asks Brutus why they had done what they did. Brutus allows Antony to speak at Caesars funeral.
In Act IV Antony and Octavius and Lepidus are triumvirates which are a committee of three who pricked names to be killed. They pricked Lepidus's brother who is in exile and Antony's nephew Publius.
Antony and his forces overpower Brutus and his army in Act V. Cassius tells Pindarus to kill himself, then Antony kills Brutus and has a proper funeral for him because his actions were pure-hearted and for the good of Rome.