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'''Farok''' was a [[Fremen]] from [[Sietch Tabr]]. He was one of the [[Fedaykin]].
 
'''Farok''' was a [[Fremen]] from [[Sietch Tabr]]. He was one of the [[Fedaykin]].
   
After [[Paul Atreides]] became Emperor, Farok was a commander of [[Muad'dib's Jihad]] forces on [[Naraj]]. It was there that his son was blinded.
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During [[Muad'dib's Jihad]], Farok became [[Bashar ]]of the Ninth Legion and fought on a number of worlds including [[Enfeil]], where he led his legion to victory, and [[Naraj]], where his son was blinded by a [[stone burner]].
   
Later, Farok was killed by [[Scytale]] shortly before he took [[Lichna]]'s identity.
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Later, Farok was killed by [[Scytale]] shortly before he took [[Lichna]]'s identity
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==Behind the Scenes==
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===Discrepancies===
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Farok is initially described with a missing arm: "Scytale returned his gaze to the old man [Farok], noted the empty sleeve dangling from the left shoulder and the lack of a stillsuit." Only a few paragraphs later, however, Farok has mysteriously regained his arm: ""Thrice blessed," Farok said, folding his hands into his lap in the ritual clasp. They were old, heavily veined hands."
   
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This has given rise to a running joke within the Dune fandom that Farok did in fact have ''three'' arms.
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===In Other Media===
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Farok was portrayed by Ivo Novák in the 2003 [[Children of Dune (2003 miniseries)|Children of Dune]] miniseries.
 
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Farok was a Fremen from Sietch Tabr. He was one of the Fedaykin.

During Muad'dib's Jihad, Farok became Bashar of the Ninth Legion and fought on a number of worlds including Enfeil, where he led his legion to victory, and Naraj, where his son was blinded by a stone burner.

Later, Farok was killed by Scytale shortly before he took Lichna's identity

Behind the Scenes

Discrepancies

Farok is initially described with a missing arm: "Scytale returned his gaze to the old man [Farok], noted the empty sleeve dangling from the left shoulder and the lack of a stillsuit." Only a few paragraphs later, however, Farok has mysteriously regained his arm: ""Thrice blessed," Farok said, folding his hands into his lap in the ritual clasp. They were old, heavily veined hands."

This has given rise to a running joke within the Dune fandom that Farok did in fact have three arms.

In Other Media

Farok was portrayed by Ivo Novák in the 2003 Children of Dune miniseries.

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