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===Failure of the Project===
 
===Failure of the Project===
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Due to the inherent chemical complexity of an awareness spectrum narcotic such as melange, and the unique conditions on Arrakis that were ideal to its production, the plan ultimately failed. However, some 1500 years after the death of the [[God-Emperor]] [[Leto Atreides II/XD|Leto Atreides II]], melange had come to be successfully fabricated off Arrakis (by this time known as Rakis), by the Bene Tleilax through their [[Axlotl Tanks]]. This fabricated Tlielaxu spice was still referred to simply as '''melange''' and not '''amal''', since it was a pure replication of the spice from Arrakis, and not derived from an alternative formula.
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Due to the inherent chemical complexity of an awareness spectrum narcotic such as melange, and the unique conditions on Arrakis that were ideal to its production, the plan ultimately failed. However, some 1500 years after the death of [[Leto Atreides II/XD|Leto Atreides II]], melange had come to be successfully fabricated off Arrakis (by this time known as Rakis), by The Bene Tleilax through their [[Axlotl Tanks]]. This fabricated Tlielaxu spice was still referred to simply as '''melange''' and not '''amal''', since it was a pure replication of the spice from Arrakis, and not derived from an alternative formula.
 
[[Category:Technologies and developments]]
 
[[Category:Technologies and developments]]
 
[[Category:Prelude to Dune]]
 
[[Category:Prelude to Dune]]

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