Cassius sends Titinius away to check if the soldiers coming from the other side of the battlefield are Brutus' or the enemy's. Then he sends Pindarus up on the hill to watch what happens to Titinius. Pindarus returns and reports that Titinius was surrounded by soldiers who cheered as he was pulled down from his horse. Cassius mourns Titinius as dead. He gives Pindarus his sword and asks to be killed, in return Cassius says Pindarus will be made a free man. Pindarus stabs him, and runs away.