In this scene, a soothsayer tells Caesar he will die soon. He says the Ides Of March is when Caesar will die. Caesar doesn't believe the Soothsayer and moves on. This scene is important because it foreshadows when Caesar will die. This along with other warnings add to the play.
Lets all get payback for Ceasar
Brutus's wife Portia cries and wants to know why Brutus is distant. She admits to him that she cuts and is mentally ill. Brutus still ignores her and she has a breakdowm. Brutus is distant because Cassius has got him on board to kill Caesar. Brutus agreed and is waiting too kill Caesar.
This is for Caesar!
Brutus is slain!!!
Everybody kills Ceasar and leaves his body on the ground. Cassuis stabs him first. Brutus stabs Caesar last and Caesar was sad and felt betrayed before he died. Antony finds Caesar dead and Brutus spares him. They all leave the Capital.
In this scene, Brutus gives a speech about how Ceasar was bad. After that, Brutus leaves and gets an army while Anotony gives a speech. Antony tells the people that Caesar was good. They believe Antony and are angry towards Brutus. Antony reads the people Caesars will and they all miss Caesar.
In the final battle, Antony and Octavious fights Brutus and Cassuis. The two armys attack and only one can win. Cassuis thinks he see's someone die so he kills himself. Brutus also finds out his wife killed herself. In the end, Brutus gets cornered and kills himself, leaving the victory to Antony.