I have chosen to write you a letter with concerns regarding your loyalty to Caesar. He does not seem to be in an adequate state to rule Rome. Caesar has shown weakness and coward like qualities. He appears to be rather ill at times, suffering from the falling disease and contracting fevers and seems to only challenge those weaker than him. He chose to battle against Pompeii only because he knew he was guaranteed a win. Tell me why dear Brutus would Rome want a leader afraid of challenges? I urge you to please reconsider where your loyalty stands for the good of the Roman Empire.