And would do anything and everything he could to get the job done. Even killing someone… Consequently that is just the case. A good hearted, friend of Caesar and easily manipulated is Brutus. Always doing what he can for Rome. A noble and honest sincere leader.
Cassius is a good general. He does not like that the people like Julius Caesar and want him to be the king. There is one similarity of the characters. They both do not like to see Julius Caesar become a king. Another similarity is they both want the best of Rome. Cassius in the story leads Brutus to believe Julius Caesar is corrupt and that he needs to die. After Brutus being tricked by forged notes saying they were from the Roman people.“The fault dear Brutus is not in our stars.” after all the trouble the two men go through to kill Caesar to make sure he doesn’t become a tyrant ruler and king they both die and not the best ways. Suicide. Cassius’ death is more assisted suicide but all the same. They realize they have lost the war so cassius orders someone he saved to stab him, “...with this good sword, that ran through Caesar’s bowels, search this bosom. Stand not to answer: her, take thou the hilts; and when my face is cover’d, as ‘tis now, guide thou the sword.”When brutus finds cassius’ dead body he realizes that they won’t win the war and he’ll either be killed by Antony or his people or he can kill himself. He goes for the second