Therefore let our alliance be combined, Our best friends made, our means stretched.
There is no terror, Cassius, in your threats, for I am armed so strong in honesty that they pass by me as the idle wind,.
Don’t take my love for granted. I might do something I’ll be sorry for.
What comest thou?
To tell thee thou shalt see me at Philippi
Antony, Lepidus, and Octavius meet in order to decide upon the necessary assinations for the war with Brutus. The three agree to create an alliance in order to make them stronger called the Triumvirate.
He lies not like the living. O my heart!
Brutus and Cassius are arguing with each other about whether they are truly friends and are able to trust each other in such a difficult time. Brutus suggests that they talk inside of a tent so that they do not show division to the soldiers. Cassius and Brutus are disagreeing about the morals of collecting money for warfare. Brutus will not do anything dishonest or wrong, and that is what he believes Cassius is doing with his unfair selling of gold.
Fare you well, my lord!
While on the battlefield, the ghost of Caesar tells Brutus that he will see him at a battlefield in Philippi
This was the noblest Roman of them all!
According to his virtue let us use him,vwith all respect and rites of burial.
After Pindarus holds Cassius's knife for him as he runs into it, Titinus kills himself using Cassius's knife when he saw Cassius lying dead
After many more battles, Brutus realizes the war is over and decides to take his life. Strato holds Brutus' knife while Caesar runs into it.
After the war is over and Antony and Octavius win, they decide to hold a proper funeral for Brutus.