Senn. Raylee. Caesar

Senn. Raylee. Caesar

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  • Caesar is Rome's new Dictator!
  • Thank you, everyone! I am now your new dictator, and I will treat all of you well.
  • Why does he get to be dictator? It isn't fair, and it is certainly not good for Rome!
  • Planning the Attack
  • Join me to kill Caesar, he is not worthy of this power. He will destroy Rome!
  • C'mon Brutus, join Cassius and I!
  • Uhm, well I guess I will.
  • Warning Signs
  • Who is this crazy lady...?
  • The Ides of March! Caesar, do not go or else you will die!
  • Caesar comes back from war with Pompey. He is now the dictator of Rome, but Cassius does not believe that should have happened.
  • The Assasination
  • Die Caesar! You don't deserve this power.
  • ...El tu Brutus?
  • After midnight, Cassius, Casca, and Brutus meet up in secret. Cassius explains his plan to take Ceasar out of power through assassination, and Casca joins. Brutus is a little hesitant, but she agrees to help in the end.
  • Saviors or Revenge?
  • He was well-liked, a leader, and a friend! He didn't deserve to die.
  • Many signs have come to Caesar to avoid going to the meeting with the Senate, but he ignored all. The fortune teller tried to explain about the Ides of March, but he dismissed her as crazy. The weather had become dark and stormy. He even had letters and messages to notify him not to go. Yet, he went anyways.
  • War and Suicide
  • While Caesar was walking up to the Senate building, Brutus and Cassius stopped him. Caesar may have believed they were just saying their greetings, but suddenly Cassius and Brutus stabbed him. The final blow was from his best friend, Brutus. Caesar's last words were, "El tu Brutus."
  • The surrounding people were horrified, but Brutus makes a speech about why they killed him for the good of Rome. After these people heard her side, Mark Antony makes a speech contradicting Brutus's point and rather about how everyone must get revenge on Cassius and Brutus.
  • He was too powerful, I care for Rome more and I had no choice.
  • A Civil War breaks out between Brutus and Cassius vs. Mark Antony. Overall, after Brutus and Cassius speak, they realize what they have done wrong and both end up committing suicide in their own ways.
  • I'm so sorry for what we have done to our home. 
  • What we did was wrong, and I know what I must do to apologize.
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