Caesar

Caesar
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  • Brutus was contemplating whether or not he should kill Caesar. As he was thinking, he reminds himself that Caesar is abusing his power. He then gets a note which informs him of March 15th. Cassius, Casca, Decius, Cinna, Metellus and Trebonius, all of the conspirators against Caesar, have arrived at Brutus' home. They make a plan to kill Caesar the next morning. 
  • I do not know if I should kill Caesar or not... oh wait I think I should, he is abusing his power!
  • Please don't go my love!
  • Calpurnia has a dream that Caesar is murdered. She tries to persuade him to not go out. Then Decius enters to take Caesar to the Senate. Caesar explains he is not going. He finally agrees to go to the capital.  
  • I won't. Wait... now I have to. I promise to be safe.  
  • I must remind Caesar about the ides of March. 
  • Aretmidorus reads a letter he has written to Caesar, warning him about the conspirators. Then Soothsayer enters and tells Portia that he is planning to go to the streets to wait for Caesar to pass. As Caesar is going to the capital, he passes soothsayer and he reminds him of the ides of March have not passed yet.
  • This letter is very suspicious. 
  • I must!
  •  Brutus fears that their plot has been discovered. Casca is the first to stab Caesar Then many people follow after him. 
  • Ahhh... No, don't kill me!
  • I love Rome more than Caesar. 
  • Brutus addresses the crowd, saying that while he loved Caesar, he loved Rome more. Brutus tells the crowd that he killed his best friend for the sake of Rome. Antony addresses the crowd and tells them he came to bury Caesar, not to praise him. 
  • I came to bury Caesar not to praise him.
  • Is Lucilius is taking bribes. 
  • Brutus and his generals enter. Brutus hints at some slight he has suffered at the hands of Cassius. He inquires of Lucilius how Cassius received him. Then Cassius explains that Brutus accused a man named Lucius Pella of taking bribes. Cassius wrote to him, saying that Lucius was innocent.  
  • Omg... really?
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