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'''Martyrists''' were a portion of anti-technology fanatics among the [[League Worlds]], who devoted themselves to the [[Three Martyrs]].
 
'''Martyrists''' were a portion of anti-technology fanatics among the [[League Worlds]], who devoted themselves to the [[Three Martyrs]].
   
They dedicated themselves to the [[Butlerian Jihad/XD|Butlerian Jihad]] but not in the name of the [[League of Nobles]], but of the martyrs.
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They dedicated themselves to the [[Butlerian Jihad]] but not in the name of the [[League of Nobles]], but of the martyrs.
   
 
The Martyrists of [[Parmentier]] met [[Rayna Butler]] who vandalized traces of sophisticated technology during the [[Omnius Scourge]]. They eventually joined her and crushed all technology they found in the city of [[Niubbe]]. Eventually they destroyed all the machinery of the [[Hospital for Incurable Diseases]]. Soon after her mob became the [[Cult of Serena]].
 
The Martyrists of [[Parmentier]] met [[Rayna Butler]] who vandalized traces of sophisticated technology during the [[Omnius Scourge]]. They eventually joined her and crushed all technology they found in the city of [[Niubbe]]. Eventually they destroyed all the machinery of the [[Hospital for Incurable Diseases]]. Soon after her mob became the [[Cult of Serena]].
   
Martyrists were useful in manning the suicidal reconnaissance missions of the [[Great Purge]], flying scout ships and spycraft equipped with [[spacefolder/XD|spacefolders]] to and from [[Corrin/XD|Corrin]] and other [[Synchronized Worlds]]; this would keep the League updated about the upcoming assault of [[Omnius]], despite a small percentage of losses. Since they longed to die for the Jihad and enter [[Heaven]], and were hastily trained, they were considered expendable and would man spacefolding capital ships and [[Kindjal (ship)|kindjals]].
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Martyrists were useful in manning the suicidal reconnaissance missions of the [[Great Purge]], flying scout ships and spycraft equipped with [[spacefolder]]s to and from [[Corrin]] and other [[Synchronized Worlds]]; this would keep the League updated about the upcoming assault of [[Omnius]], despite a small percentage of losses. Since they longed to die for the Jihad and enter [[Heaven]], and were hastily trained, they were considered expendable and would man spacefolding capital ships and [[Kindjal (ship)|kindjals]].
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
 
*''[[Dune: The Battle of Corrin]]''
 
*''[[Dune: The Battle of Corrin]]''
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