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Later, Farok was killed by [[Scytale]] shortly before he took [[Lichna]]'s identity
 
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It is mentioned that after the final victory on [[Molitor]] he and other Fremen warriors celebrated in a great feast in [[Paul's Keep]] and his first-hand account is quoted in the ''Encyclopedia''.<ref>Arrakeen Palace</ref>
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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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Original Dune
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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

The Dune Encyclopedia
This article or section refers to elements that appear exclusively in The Dune Encyclopedia.


It is mentioned that after the final victory on Molitor he and other Fremen/DE warriors celebrated in a great feast in Paul's Keep/DE and his first-hand account is quoted in the Encyclopedia.[1]

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. [{ref}}


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