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Dune: Messed Eyes Up

by admin March 24, 2003
Children of Dune: Part One

How funny is it that MS Word thinks "Weirding Way" is an address?

"I meddled in the future," sighs a weary Muad'dib, as he gently holds his children. "In all possible futures, trying to create them. But instead they created me, and I became trapped by them." Leto appears a final time, telling his father that the first steps of the Golden Path lie before him, and Paul smiles as he contemplates his eternal freedom from prescience. Irulan's narration returns, reminding us that "history is written on the sands of Arrakis" as Paul, like all blind Fremen before him, finally takes his long walk into the open desert.

Back at the palace, Idaho returns to tell Alia of her brother's plans, saying that "he will not be found, yet all men will find him. Usually under 'H' at their local Barnes & Noble." She cries, and they embrace on her balcony overlooking the great plaza of Arrakeen. Paul meanwhile, stands alone in the vast desert, his hood back in place just as we saw him in the opening. A worm bursts through the sand mere inches away, and as it topples over to crush him beneath its massive bulk, we quickly fade to black.

"Muad'dib is gone," Irulan tells us. "But his children remain. And conspiracies continue to breed. The saga of Dune is far from over."

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Dune: Messed Eyes Up

by admin March 24, 2003
Children of Dune: Part One How funny is it that MS Word thinks "Weirding Way" is an address? "I meddled in the future," sighs a weary Muad'dib, as he gently holds his children. "In all possible futures, trying to create them. But instead they created me, and I became trapped by them." Leto appears a final time, telling his father that the first steps of the Golden Path lie before him, and Paul smiles as he contemplates his eternal freedom from prescience. Irulan's narration returns, reminding us that "history is written on the sands of Arrakis" as Paul, like all blind Fremen before him, finally takes his long walk into the open desert. Back at the palace, Idaho returns to tell Alia of her brother's plans, saying that "he will not be found, yet all men will find him. Usually under 'H' at their local Barnes & Noble." She cries, and they embrace on her balcony overlooking the great plaza of Arrakeen. Paul meanwhile, stands alone in the vast desert, his hood back in place just as we saw him in the opening. A worm bursts through the sand mere inches away, and as it topples over to crush him beneath its massive bulk, we quickly fade to black. "Muad'dib is gone," Irulan tells us. "But his children remain. And conspiracies continue to breed. The saga of Dune is far from over."

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