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Did You Know
- That Shai-Hulud (Fremen Term For the Sandworm) meant "Old Man of the Desert"?
- That Vladimir Harkonnen wass not naturaly obese, but was infected with a disease implanted into his body by Gaius Helen Mohiam?
- That the Lady Jessica was suspected of being lover to Gurney Halleck at one point?
- That Shaddam Corrino IV murdered both his father and his brother in order to secure himself the imperial throne?
- That the Thinking Machines were ruled by a super-computer known as Omnius?
- That The Battle of Corrin was in 108 B.G?
- That Salvador Dali was originally selected to portray Shaddam Corrino IV in Alejandro Joderosky's version of the Dune film?
- That the Dune CCG (Collectible Card Game) was published by a company called Five Rings?
- That Jessica's mother, Gaius Helen Mohiam, once used the alias Tanidia Nerus?
- That Dune was written in 1965?
- That Paul Atreides middle name Orestes?
- That the sandworms of Arrakis originally arrived on the planet as sandtrout?
- That Padishah (پادشاه) means king of kings in Persian?
- That Frank Herbert, distinguished author of the Dune Series, was born on the 8th of October, 1920 and died on the 11th Feburary, 1986?
- That the Bene Gesserit homeworld was Wallach IX.
- That the final words in David Lynch's Dune were; "For he is the Kwisatz Haderach", and that they were spoken by Alia Atreides?
- That the main export of Caladan was Pundi Rice?
- That Gurney Halleck was a renowned player of the Baliset?
- That the Bene Tlielax used their Axolotl Tanks to reanimate dead flesh?
- That a parody novel, "Doon", was written by the National Lampoon, an American humour magazine?
- That Patrick Stewart, the actor that portrayed Gurney Halleck in David Lynch's Dune, also portrayed Captain Jen-Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation?
- That Duncan Idaho is the only character to appear in all six of Frank Herbert's original Dune novels?
- That there were 301 cards in the original set of Dune CCG Trading Cards?
- That the image of Maud'Dib (the desert mouse kangaroo), could be seen on one of Arrakis' two moons?
- That CHOAM bears great similarity betweenOPEC, a real-life cartel of petroleum exporting countries?
- That Irulan Corrino is said to have written at least twenty three historical volumes?
- That Baron Vladimir Harkonnen was portrayed by Kenneth McMillan in David Lynch's 1984 Dune film, and that complex wiring was needed to give him the appearance of anti-gravity?
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