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Expanded Dune
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  • Aurelius Venport gives the Spacefolding technology and the Kolhar shipyards to the Jihad’s disposal.
  • Vidad and his colleagues broker peace between Omnius and the League. The war-weary humans want peace in spite of Serena Butler’s and Iblis Ginjo’s protest.
  • Serena Butler travels to Corrin seemingly to negotiate peace, but in truth to die a martyr’s death. She provokes Omnius until she is executed. Serena’s martyrdom gives a new flame to the Jihad.
  • Zufa Cenva is abducted by Hecate; thinking she is an enemy, she destroys her in a telekinetic blast. Zufa and Aurelius Venport die along with Hecate.
  • Hecate's asteroid falls on Ginaz. Death of Jool Noret.
  • Xavier Harkonnen discovers that Iblis Ginjo and the Tlulaxa have been kidnapping humans in large numbers for years from some planets and using their organs as replacement for jihadis. Xavier sends notice to Vorian Atreides, then kills Iblis and himself.
  • After the death of Jool Noret, the Ginaz mercenaries begin training "Swordmasters" and set up the Swordmaster school in his name.
  • The Titans conquer Richese.
  • Tlulax is invaded by mobs after their activities are revealed to the League. The Tlulaxa are forced to flee their homeworld.
  • Ishmael and Marha get married.
  • The whole truth concerning the Tlulaxa organ scandal is never revealed. Thus history will remember Iblis Ginjo as hero and Harkonnen as traitor. To escape the tainted Harkonnen name Wandra Butler takes the name Butler.
  • Camie Boro becomes Grand Patriarch.
  • After fleeing Tlulax, Rekur Van flees to the Synchronized Worlds and offers Erasmus a sample of modified DNA of Serena Butler. They attempt to create a clone but Erasmus is heavily disappointed, however he finds Rekur interesting and enjoys his company. Erasmus subsequently removes his arms and legs, and leavesa the core of his body in a life-support socket with a system of nutrient and waste tubes. His limbs are experimentally transplanted into human test subjects, Four-Arms and Four-Legs. With manipulations of a patiently administered system of rewards and punishments, the "Stump", as he called him, Van becomes an experimental subject.
  • Ishmael declares the combined Zenshnni group of Arrakis of Jafar’s outlaws and the former Poritrin slaves the Free Men of Dune.
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