Well it sounds like Miss Roses name and she is a girl! Why would Caesar pay? He just some cute old fluffy man! Are you mad at him?
My name is an honorable man’s name, thank you very much. *raises an eyebrow* am i mad? Uh, he’s only mimicking the man I worked hard to rid the world of as well as the reason for my conversion to epicureanism. Am I mad? Yes, I’m mad. I get rid of Julius only to find a man who wants to recreate him. Why wouldn’t I be mad? *arrogant glare*
*giggles* Funny name. You know Caesar?! I like him he is fluffy puffy :3
… I know not why you think my name is amusing, but yes, I do know Caesar. However, I don’t share your enthusiasm for the man. I cannot understand why he wants to mimic a man such as Julius, and I believe he will pay dearly for it.
I am called Caius Cassius Longinus, but i am more commonly refered to as Cassius. You are probably more familiar with my brother-in-law, Marcus Brutus, but don’t think I am any less important than “Caesar’s Little Angel”. I was a legate in Caesars army for a while. Now im just a senator. I… Disagree with Caesar most of the time.
You're not planning on killing Lord Caesar are you? Because I'm going to be forced to stop you.
If he stays out of my way and quits acting exactly like the egocentric man that i actually AM plotting against, then i will leave well enough alone. If not, then… I guess we’d have a problem on our hands.
Is there anything I can do to help you bump Cesar off a little faster? He's doing that ego-masturbation thing in public again, and it's giving me an unholy headache.
Finally! Someone who shares my views of that tyrant! As a matter of fact you can. if there’s any way you can draw him to the capitol while I discuss tactics with Brutus, that will make things exponentially easier for me. Do whatever it takes. I just want Caesar gone as soon as possible.
Confusion: Why do more and more of you Meatbags keep showing up, and in the flesh no less, I am fairly certain that at this rate I am going to blow a fuse. But where are my manners, I am HK-47, Assassination and Protocol Droid.
I’m… Not entirely sure i should be offended by that or not, but… Hello, Hk-47. I am Caius Cassius Longinus. Senator, Soldier, Conspirator.
So which of the various Caesars are you actually against? It's obvious that the majority of your hatred is directed towards Julius, but I'm curious to know where you stand in relation to myself, Nero, and Fluffy-Puffy.
Yes, you are correct in assuming that most of my hatred resides with Julius. Fluffy Puffy, I assume, is the nickname for the man who calls himself ‘Caesar’? The one who sits around and eats all day while his men do all the work? I have identical feelings toward that man. He has amazing similarities with Caesar, and has decided to follow in his footsteps. As for yourself and Nero… I believe I can be friendly towards you as long as you do not follow Caesar. I appreciate any who leads better than that tyrant. Although I find Nero cocky and seemingly irresponsible…
What are you imbeciles doing, harassing everyone with your impudence? Get out of my sight. Both Nero and Caligula, you are making yourselves look like utter fools. It is perhaps a good riddance that you both are deceased! You are nothing but utter disgraces of what Rome, my Rome, is supposed to…
You know what, Julius? I was more or less planning to bug you for a few days before - and this is the ironic part - going back to Hell to resume my throne on a more permanent basis.
But you just couldn’t keep your fat mouth shut.
The really amusing part is that neither myself nor Nero has to so much as raise a finger to see to the downfall of everything you love and everyone you care about. Rome is already a morally bankrupt cesspit of corruption and decay, and all you’ve done is sit atop your throne and spread that corruption across the world as if nothing was wrong. It’s much like an infection coursing through a wound not licked clean, amusingly enough. Your day is coming, Julius, and you are the architect of your own demise.
I’ll be waiting for you with baited breath and a very large amount of hair tonic.
Oh no, I “made her mad?” What ever shall I do?
Oh, you were planning on leaving? Then be my guest and be hasty about doing such. Your “throne” down in “Hell” is meaningless to me, as well as your flowery similes. I am not dead yet, and I do not plan on dying any time soon. Additionally, even if I did, perhaps it would be a good thing, then I could straighten you two out for tainting the good name of the Julio-Claudian family!
You threaten me with the mystery of death, but I am not afraid of it. You throw it around like it will put me to my knees in some pathetic blundering mercy for forgiveness where forgiveness has no place to be given. I love the name of honour, more than I fear death. If dying in the name of honour is how I am fated to leave this world, than so be it. I would rather die in the name of a Rome that loved me than a menacing tyrant that was feared, which seems to be your case. I have fought in many battles, and I have had my share of struggle and defeats. I am not a coward. Cowards die many times before their actual deaths. I regret nothing I have done and given to the great empire of Rome, and if I should die in the name of what I have done, then I would be damned if I should die another way. It is true that Rome was struggling when I came to rule, but with me came peace, stability. What can you say for yourself? An emperor who parades around announcing that he is burning in a fiery cesspool in the underworld dedicated to those who have done unspeakable evil? You sicken me. The only way I can view you is not with fear, but with…what is the proper word? Pity? Contempt? Disappointment? All of which are apt words to describe you.
Ha! Jokes on you! Me and my horse burned down Rome! Hahaha!!
Is it now? This is your pathetic rebuke? Something that only proves to me of the emperors-after-me’s incompetence? You are more idiotic than I thought!
AVE, My Horse was the best councilmen Rome had ever seen!
I’m sorry, but I have to interject here. As much as I love seeing you historical yahoos make complete fools of yourselves, I think it goes without saying that a rational human being needs to step in at this point.
May I ask why you are acting like a complete buffoon, Nero? Your horse? A councilmen? Has death caused you to mix up your memories with Caligula’s? All you are is a smelly, untalented wannabe musician. Why don’t you just go play your lyre and sing your mediocre poetry to us.
I feel I must step in, emporers… First of all, Julius, dont be a hypocrite. I do not believe you can rightfully call these people imbeciles. Look in a mirror and you see the perfect example of one. Although, being part of your senate, i feel obligated to say a few words in your defense. Nero… A horse? Really? I have a horse. He is a very good horse that has helped me in many battles. But would he make a good councilman? No. That is why I am here. I can list of a large amount of…. *Good* senators, of which include Brutus, Casca, Cinna, and Metellus Cimber. as far as i am aware, none of them are horses. Gods, what is it with Roman emporers nowadays?
Oh, and by the way, Julius…
” If dying in the name of honour is how I am fated to leave this world, than so be it. I would rather die in the name of a Rome that loved me than a menacing tyrant that was feared, which seems to be your case.” … I can arrange this…
Sneaking around calling me a fool to my underlings? You got a problem Cassius boy, you come and say it to my face.
I do have a problem with you, ‘Caesar.’ You choose to mimic a tyrant and a killer, as is evident by your actions. You treat your underlings as if they are no better than pets, and your pride is a major fault. You are ambitious, a trait that you share with the man whose name you stole. As Pompey would have been a better leader than Julius, Joshua Graham would have been a better man than yourself. But you had him killed as well, didnt you? Oh gods, does the mimickry have no end?
Your motives are puzzling, but anyone who takes sides with Julius Caesar has made themself an enemy of myself. I have my hands full trying to deal with one tyrant, and i will not stand for copy-cats. you are a fool to follow in his footsteps, ‘Caesar,’ and it sickens me at the mere thought of how much you look up to him. As i have said before, mind your company. Those who take after Caesar will not go unnoticed and they will be sure to meet a fitting end. Now, if you don’t mind, I have my own Lord to return to.
What is this "someplace that is not under Cesar's rule" that you speak of? Care to elaborate on this, Cassius?
Yes. Frankly, i believe you are a horrible leader, and Rome would be more great had Pompey been given the throne. I think it is safe to say that I am not alone in my beliefs. My brother Brutus sends his regards as well. I cannot understand his friendliness towards a man such as yourself, but I do believe I will be able to reveal to him his foolishness. What say you, Lord Caesar?