Tyranny of Steel

Julian Weber is an officer in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and a graduate of Westpoint Military Academy with a degree in civil engineering. As U.S. involvement in Afghanistan comes to an end, Lt. Julian Weber finds himself involved in a terrorist attack by the Taliban, which claims his life. However, he quickly finds out that death is not always final as he is reincarnated into the body of a Baron's son and heir in an alternate Earth set in Late-Medieval Europe. In an era of political turmoil and civil strife, the Baron's young son is named Regent of the Barony of Kufstein and forced to contend with feudal powers. Will he be able to institute reforms leading his Barony into the age of industry? Or will he succumb to the pressure of his feudal overlords and a corrupt church that seek dominion overall?

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Being Taught a Lesson

While Berengar continued to oversee the immediate transition of the Japanese Empire from a military dictatorship where feudalism thrived, to a semi-constitutional monarchy with a middle class. Alexandros had travelled to the ancient capital of the Byzantine Empire. 

His father had been away from home for quite some time, and as a result, his half-sister Zara was starting to become quite a problem child. As a daddy's girl, the young princess of Iberia could not stand the fact that her father was currently on the other side of the planet and had been gone for quite literally months now. 

Zara had been too young to remember when Berengar would frequently march off to war for months at a time, and as a result, she had grown accustomed to her father being around nearly every day of the year. For Berengar to suddenly fuck off to Japan, and spend the majority of the year there, it was a mental blow that Zara couldn't easily handle.