A Soothsayer warns Caesar. He say, " Beware the Ides of March!" Caesar ignores him and is on his way. He has sealed his fate has to face the consequence. " A Soothsayer bids you beware the ides of March." ( I: ii: LN 19)
Calpurnia Has a nightmare about Caesar and warns him not to go to the capital. Caesar will not yield, but he is convinced to stay home. Decius comes and says Rome will be great with Caesar. Caesar goes to capital to die. "How foolish do your fears seem now, Calpurnia!/ I am ashamed I yield to them. / Give me my robe, for I will go." ( II: ii: Ln 105-107)
Brutus allows Antony to speak. Brutus leaves, and Antony turns the crowd against Brutus. Brutus and Cassius Flee and build an army. They prepare for war. " Do grave to Caesar's corpse, and grace his speech/ Tending to Caesar's Glories, Which Mark Antony/ By our permission to make." ( Act III: ii: Ln 58-60)
Actions Have Consequences
Et Tu, Bruté? Then fall, Caesar!
Brutus and Cassius plan a war strategy. Cassius wants to let the enemy find them. Brutus says they will get more troops at Philippi. Brutus' word is respected and they prepare to leave. 'Well, to our work alive what do you think/ of marching to Philippi presently?" ( IV: iii: Ln 195-196)
Brutus has no where to left to run. He is being chased by Antony's forces. Brutus ask his friends to kill him. Only Strato agrees to his statement. Caesar has been avenged. " Farewell, good Strato. Caesar , now be still;/ I killed not thee with half so good a will." ( V: v: Ln 50-51)
Brutus' action of killing Caesar Had caused his death. Brutus letting Antony speak, allowed him to go to war. Brutus made an early call and leads to Cassius death. Brutus ends himself to avenge Caesar. " Et Tu, Bruté? Then fall, Caesar." (III: i : Ln 79)