Dune: Dune: Pt.1 “Dune”

Dune: Dune: Pt.1 “Dune”

Arrakis, Dune, wasteland of the empire, and the most valuable planet in the universe, because it is here and only here, where spice is found.

Dune: People: Fey’d

Dune: People: Fey’d

Fey’d Rautha is excellently played by Matt Keslar. This is a short character bio.

Dune: Cultures: Ixians

Dune: Cultures: Ixians

The Ixians are the technological powerhouse of the Imperium. If its technical, scientific, futuristic or in anyway cool, it was designed and built by the Ixians.

Dune: Cultures: Fremen

Dune: Cultures: Fremen

The Fremen are the desert nomads of Dune. They’re known for their glowing blue eyes, xenophobia and total aptitude for fighting skills.

Dune: Cultures: Spacing Guild

Dune: Cultures: Spacing Guild

If you were to see members of the spacing guild in a bar, they’d be the wonky bohemians. They would be drinking absinthe.

Dune: People: God Emperor Leto II Atreides

Dune: People: God Emperor Leto II Atreides

Leto II is the second son born to Paul Muad’Dib and his consort Chani. He was born with a twin sister Ghanima. Born is a relative word though, as Chani overdosed on spice during her pregnancy and the twins were preborn in her womb.

Dune: People: Stilgar

Dune: People: Stilgar

Stilgar is one of the greatest Fremen to ever live.
He’s was one of Paul’s champions in the fight against the Harkonnen for Arrakis, and an early general in Muad’Dib’s jihad.

Dune: People: Shaddam Corrino

Dune: People: Shaddam Corrino

Emperor Shaddam Corrino the 4th, the 82nd Padishah Emperor, ruler of the
known human universe, and a total putz. The Corrino family ruled the imperium for 11,000 years, but his ineptitude changed all that.

Dune: People: Alia Atreides

Dune: People: Alia Atreides

Alia Atreides, sister to Paul Muad’Dib Atreides, was Regent to the empire after his death.
Alia Atreides, sister to Paul Muad’Dib Atreides, was Regent to the empire after his death.

Dune: People: Chani

Dune: People: Chani

Chani is Paul’s Muad’Dib Atreides’s true love and the mother to his three children. To say that Chani loves Paul is an understatement. She would give or do anything for him, as a matter of fact it’s how she died!

Dune: Dune: Pt.2 “Muad’Dib”

Dune: Dune: Pt.2 “Muad’Dib”

Our story continues in Arrakeen. Despite the fat Baron’s victory, he’s not happy at all. In fact he’s shvitzing out! The Baron is having a nightmare, or rather a prescient vision.

Dune: People: Gurney Hallack

Dune: People: Gurney Hallack

Originally Gurney Hallackhailed from Geidi Prime, the Harkonnen home world. At an early age Gurney’s sisters was enslaved by the Harkonnens to work in their army brothels.

Dune: People: Duncan Idaho

Dune: People: Duncan Idaho

Duncan was born on Geidi Prime, the home world of the Harkonnen. At an early age the Idaho’s were enslaved by Harkonnen’s for allegedly having anti-Harkonnen feelings.

Dune: People: Vladimir Harkonnen

Dune: People: Vladimir Harkonnen

A brilliant, totally evil man, he was once a great warrior and shockingly attractive. All the changed after he raped the Reverend Mother Mohium.

Dune: Cultures: Bene Tlielax

Dune: Cultures: Bene Tlielax

Originally Zensunni Wanderers, the Bene Tlielax inhabit a world called Tleilax, whose capitol city is Bandalong. Their home planet is offlimits to all non-Tlielaxu.

Dune: Technology: Heighliner

Dune: Technology: Heighliner

These asteroid sized space ships are the how most people and cargo are transported between the various planets, moons and systems of the Empire.

Dune: Technology: Ornithopters

Dune: Technology: Ornithopters

Ornithopters, or thopters as they are commonly referred to, are the most common small transport vessels in the Imperium. These ships are capable of carrying 6 passengers, 9 if the back seats are removed.

Dune: Technology: Shields

Dune: Technology: Shields

No respectable house leader or space craft would be caught without a shield. Shields are the most common protection measures in the Dune universe. They prevent any fast moving object from passing through their field. Shields function because of a Holtman field.