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Presumably he found his way into the [[League of Nobles]] and trained other [[Mentat]]s. After doing so, he needed temporary sanctuary with [[Tlulaxa|Bene Tleilax]], who hoped to incorporate them into Tleilaxu hegemony. The Mentat's Order then spread into uncounted "seed schools". <ref> ''[[Chapterhouse: Dune]]'', p. 193</ref>
 
Presumably he found his way into the [[League of Nobles]] and trained other [[Mentat]]s. After doing so, he needed temporary sanctuary with [[Tlulaxa|Bene Tleilax]], who hoped to incorporate them into Tleilaxu hegemony. The Mentat's Order then spread into uncounted "seed schools". <ref> ''[[Chapterhouse: Dune]]'', p. 193</ref>
   
Some time later, Manford Torondo demanded that everyone in the Imperium reaffirm their loyalty to him personally and the Butlerian cause in general through a vaguely-worded pledge. When Butlerian representatives came to the Mentat school, the Butlerian Mentats immediately gave their pledge, but Gilbertus, pointing out hundreds of possible loopholes and potential errors in the wording, refused to sign. Infuriated, Manford brought thousands of fanatics to lay siege to the school. After several days, Gilbertus went to Manford's tent to discuss what can be done to de-escalate the situation. During their conversation, Deacon [[Harian]] revealed that he had discovered Gilbertus's true identity after analyzing Jihad-era records. Unable to lie in front of a [[Truthsayer]], Gilbertus admitted that he was indeed trained by Erasmus. Manford publicly revealed who Gilbertus really was and sentenced the "machine collaborator" to death on the following day. Draigo managed to sneak into the Butlerian camp and tried to free his mentor, but Gilbertus had given his word to Manford that he would not attempt to flee in return for Manford sparing his school and students. Instead, Draigo rescues [[Anna Corrino]], the Emperor's sister, and Erasmus's memory core. Gilbertus was beheaded by [[Anari Idaho]] the following morning. Watching through his spy-eyes, Erasmus privately swore vengeance on the fanatics for the death of his adopted son.
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Some time later, Manford Torondo demanded that everyone in the Imperium reaffirm their loyalty to him personally and the Butlerian cause in general through a vaguely-worded pledge. When Butlerian representatives came to the Mentat school, the Butlerian Mentats immediately gave their pledge, but Gilbertus, pointing out hundreds of possible loopholes and potential errors in the wording. Infuriated, Manford brought thousands of fanatics to lay siege to the school. After several days, Gilbertus went to Manford's tent to discuss what can be done to de-escalate the situation. During their conversation, Deacon [[Harian]] revealed that he had discovered Gilbertus's true identity after analyzing Jihad-era records. Unable to lie in front of a [[Truthsayer]], Gilbertus admitted that he was indeed trained by Erasmus. Manford publicly revealed who Gilbertus really was and sentenced the "machine collaborator" to death on the following day. Draigo managed to sneak into the Butlerian camp and tried to free his mentor, but Gilbertus had given his word to Manford that he would not attempt to flee in return for Manford sparing his school and students. Instead, Draigo rescues [[Anna Corrino]], the Emperor's sister, and Erasmus's memory core. Gilbertus was beheaded by [[Anari Idaho]] the following morning. Watching through his spy-eyes, Erasmus privately swore vengeance on the fanatics for the death of his adopted son.
   
 
Shortly afterwards, Erasmus demands a new body for his memory core in order to assist the [[VenKee Enterprises|Venport Holdings]] researchers on [[Denali]] in developing better weapons and defenses. He asks that a clone be made using Gilbertus's genetic material, recovered by Draigo, where his memory core could be installed instead of a brain. Thus, Erasmus gains a human body, while looking like his late ward.
 
Shortly afterwards, Erasmus demands a new body for his memory core in order to assist the [[VenKee Enterprises|Venport Holdings]] researchers on [[Denali]] in developing better weapons and defenses. He asks that a clone be made using Gilbertus's genetic material, recovered by Draigo, where his memory core could be installed instead of a brain. Thus, Erasmus gains a human body, while looking like his late ward.

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