Caesar Incognito

Caesar Incognito

By:  Mao Alexandros  Ongoing
Language: English
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Josef Hadrian is the young 18-year-old Crown Prince if the Austrian Empire. Despite his weak stature and illness, he is determined to rule just as his father did, but with a twist. The young prince loves being with the commoners and is constantly curious about their everyday lives and joining them in their endeavors while keeping an eye on the whole land. Striving to change the eyes of the world about his family, he ascended not one throne, but several thrones, including that of Hungary, he stood on the ready to face he hardships of ruling an Empire head on.

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Abhay
It was amazing
2023-11-14 08:37:56
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Ahmed Hassan Omar Alidalab
good one I like it
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Emina_Daisuki
The MC is quite intriguing since he is different from the usual main characters I encountered so far.
2021-08-28 22:20:33
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Norma
intriguing and engaging
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Norma
good story
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good story
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31 Chapters
Caesar Incognito
The Austrian Empire is at disbelief, the people are baffled, and the court officials are confused; their beloved Emperor died, and the lands are thrown into confusion. At the Blauer Hof Palace at Laxenburg, the young eighteen-year-old Crown Prince Hadrian is sitting by the veranda over-looking the pond reading a book when he was disturbed by his butler. His stature is fragile, with pale complexion and jet-black hair, his striking green eyes lowered earnestly at the book he is reading, and his gentle hand cradles the literary work. He hardly spends time inside the palace when not in the veranda, he can be found at the garden tending to and studying about the plants he planted or talking and working with the old man named Marco. He is also known to have kept himself from any kinds of luxury which his noble relatives found as taboo. He has acquired that habit from reading several books about society, authored by ordinary people, who involved people living in poverty, he
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Emperor Josef Hadrian of Austria
The next day, Hadrian woke up earlier than usual tending to the flowers in the garden of the palace. While doing so, his younger twin brother saw him.‘Brother.’ Josef called making his older brother look at him.‘Oh, good morning, Josef.’ Hadrian greeted standing up and dusting himself.‘What are you doing so early in the morning?’ the younger male asked as his brother approached him.‘I was just tending to the flowers; it seems as if the gardeners have been slacking for a while.’ Hadrian answered wiping the sweat from his forehead.‘Why would you do that?’ Josef asked not knowing about his brother’s activities.‘Flowers like these are like my family when I was in Laxenburg, if I do not take care of them, they will dry up and die. So, they need to be taken care of every day.’ Josef just stared not knowing what his brother meant. ‘Ah yes, I just picked some f
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What He Stands Up Against
The next day, as soon as he woke up Hadrian had to go to an early court session where he started discussing the welfare of the children being brought to the cities across Austria particularly the ones being sold off to become chimney sweeps, while some officials debated on the discussion, Hadrian proved his point, and more when they read his proposal on the new law. But the debate took them almost all day, and Hadrian wants to go on with the division of taxes which also took long before he got the approval of the court officials. And while he is walking around the palace to get some rest, Anton came to him to tell him that Baroness Brigitta von Westenholz came to the palace with Anya, his eyes widened and looked at the nearest clock. He nearly made his head hit the wall beside him and wanted to scream out that he wants to rest but he mentally subdued it.‘Lead the way, Anton.’ Hadrian answered weakly.‘Your Majesty, are you sure you’re alright?
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My Commitment
The next morning, Josef went to Hadrian’s room where he saw Marianna lying asleep on her brother’s stomach, but Hadrian woke up.‘I’ll come back later,’ Josef whispered but Hadrian waved for him to come in.‘How is everything?’ Hadrian asked in a low voice.‘Everything is fine, though I’m just not used to it.’ Josef answered in an equally low tone as Hadrian slowly sat up trying his best not to wake Marianna up. ‘The aristocrats are debating heavily about your proposal on the division of taxes.’‘Just as I expected,’ Hadrian laughed. ‘But are you alright?’‘I’m fine, though a little tired. I was just taking a break from the morning court session.’ Josef answered. ‘I have to admit, what you’re going through is no joke. I’m surprised that you could endure it.’‘If it’s something you do from the h
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Archduke Albert
The week passed with the court officials repeatedly expressing their objection regarding the investigation in Carinthia but slowly, they gave up seeing as the young Emperor’s decision is set and is not showing any sign of faltering. There’s also fierce rejection from his relatives especially from Lady Alexia who condemned Hadrian’s stand on the issue and his winning the support of most aristocrats and court officials as the time passed.Carinthia proved Hadrian’s speculations to be true as most people were infected with the same disease as the woman’s husband who showed up late in the General Audience a week earlier. And because of this, most of the court officials supported Hadrian’s stand.‘With all this, Lady Alexia will no doubt see His Majesty as a threat.’ Anton thought looking at his master as he works in his office. ‘We must be prepared of a tough retaliation from her.’ But knowing the young Emperor, h
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True Feelings
Later that morning, Josef went out to the garde only to find his brother doing the same thing he always does upon waking up. ‘What are you doing out of your bed, Hadrian?!’ Josef cried in surprise running to his brother. ‘I feel alright, don’t worry Josef.’ Hadrian answered, calmly smiling at his brother. ‘Still, you should be resting who knows what might happen to you?’ Hadrian sighed and stood up. ‘You don’t worry about yourself but think about us who’re worried sick about you!’ ‘And that’s something I cannot disregard right?’ Hadrian answered rendering his twin brother speechless. ‘I appreciate your concerns about my well-being. But I have made my point clear once and I will state it again—I am the Emperor of Austria, and as such I cannot let the excuse of my weak body be a hindrance to do my job. I hope you understand, Josef.’ ‘I don’t. I really don’t understand, Hadrian.’ Josef answered. ‘So, you’re saying that I just leave it as it is? A
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Outside the Palace
The next morning as Anton was overseeing the preparations for the inspection as he saw a shadow of a young man sneaking away from the gate. Anton sighed. He already knew who it was and decided to follow him.Hadrian looked left and right, checking for guards who might recognize him. When he was sure the coast is clear, he got up to walk out when he heard someone clearing his throat behind him. He turned and saw it was Anton. He almost jumped in surprise and heaved a sigh.‘Anton, good morning, you found me out, huh?’ He asked chuckling, embarrassed that his butler found him earlier than he expected.‘Your Majesty, we are preparing for your trip around the country, and you are sneaking out again?’ the butler said, crossing his arms across his chest.The young Emperor shuddered and flushed a bit. And opened his mouth to retort but the old butler interrupted him before he even uttered a word.‘About the chimney sweeps aga
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The Diet of Royal Hungary
Hadrian looked at the windows as they set forth for Pressburg, the capital of Hungary. The last he went there was his coronation as King of Hungary. He bit his finger, he hoped he was not being too rash about this. His heart was pounding in his chest – not because of the thought of being rash, but because of the thought of the children who were brought to Vienna. Those men intend to sell the children for a hefty price, but where does the money go? What do they need the money for?‘This is getting complicated,’ he murmured and massaged his temple again. Remembering the children that he saw in the pub and the children that drowned in the river on their way to Vienna. Hadrian had seen the report in a Hungarian newspaper, a few days back. ‘So that was the news about…’ he murmured again as Catherine looked at him.He looked out again and noted that the people are staring at him with cold eyes. With escorts like Albert and several footmen
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The Assassination Attempt
The lady rode a carriage following the King's entourage and left immediately while a man on a horse follows them closely. On the way back to Vienna, Hadrian was deep in thought, thinking about whether the magnates will do as he ordered them to do given that he retained the laws his father gave them. For the first time in his rule, he is worried. He breathed deeply and leaned back. He has no choice but to trust his subordinates. 'Then I have to put my faith in them.' Hadrian said to himself, but Anton and Catherine heard him. Suddenly, they heard a shout of a man outside and a gallop of a horse. Immediately, Anton knew it was an emergency. 'Your Majesty, do not go out!' Anton shouted as Hadrian covered Catherine and Anton covered for Hadrian in turn, but before the soldiers could get into position, they heard struggles and cries from a woman. 'I admire your nerve,' Albert said, pointing the tip of his sword at the woman's neck. 'But no. I canno
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The Sky Above Poszony
‘My lady, our contact has been captured by the emperor’s men.’ Alexia’s butler said to her while she is in the study, reading a book. She was not pleased to hear it, but what she wanted to know is the emperor’s condition and did not answer to let him finish what he is going to say. ‘His Majesty is currently recuperating in Hofburg Palace.’ ‘So, he’s still alive?’ she asked herself. ‘Why couldn’t they just kill him and be done with it?’ ‘My lady?’ the butler questioned, looking at her curiously. ‘It was nothing. I was just talking to myself.’ Alexia answered, still looking at the book. ‘It seems I have to take a more drastic measure.’ She murmured and wrote a note and handed it to her butler. ‘Make sure “he” gets this letter. And do not let anyone catch you.’ She said strictly stressing the last sentence. Catherine sat silently beside Hadrian, holding his hand as he sleeps. He broke into fever not long after they arrived at the palace. She was relieved
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