Marullus and Flavius break up Roman citizens' gathering while celebrating Caesar's return from war. Mark Antony participates in public games as well.
Plotting Caesar's murder
So here is the plan...
I'm not sure about this.
Caesar is stopped by a stranger and warned to 'Beware the Ides of March'. Caesar believes they are crazy and brushes the stranger off. This particular scene demonstrates dialogue, a conversation between characters, when the commoner approaches Caesar and speaks to him.
Cassius and Brutus fear the power Caesar holds and do not want him to accept the offers to become Emperor. Cassius feels jealous of the power Julius has. The common motifs throughout the play are how too much power can ruin a person and the misuse of this power can be destructive.
Cassius, Casca, and their allies come to Brutus at night to persuade him to help with the murder of Caesar. Brutus is unsure of what to do, so he confides in his wife, Portia. One conspirator in the murder of Caesar has an aside in the play when Julius speaks to him.
On the 15th March, Caesar's wife Caliphurnia urges him not to go because she dreamt he would be killed, but he refuses to listen, goes on, and is later killed. Julius Caesar can be seen as the story's scapegoat because his death had a positive impact on the people.
The Republicans were wining the battle until Cassius and Brutus die on the battlefield. Antony praises Brutus as very noble and returns home with Octavius to rule in Rome.