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== Behind the Scenes ==
 
== Behind the Scenes ==
The original '''Dune'' novels by [[Frank Herbert]] made no mention of a House Richese ruling the machine planet of Richese. There was also no mention of a House Vernius ruling the planet of Ix. These Great Houses are only mentioned in the novels by [[Brian Herbert]] and [[Kevin J. Anderson]]. As a result, their existence is considered non-canon.
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Though the original ''Dune'' novels by [[Frank Herbert]] made a brief mention of the planet Richese, no mention was made of a [[House Richese]] ruling it. There was also no mention of a [[House Vernius]] ruling the planet [[Ix]].
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These Great Houses are only mentioned in the novels by [[Brian Herbert]] and [[Kevin J. Anderson]]. As a result, their existence is considered non-canon.
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Revision as of 07:23, July 15, 2006

Richese was the fourth planet in the Epsilon Eridani star system, and the ancestral home of House Richese.

A once powerful planet, it was at one point a main source of Heighliners for the Spacing Guild. The planet and it's moon, Korona, were famous for technological innovations which included Richesian mirrors and No-Ships.

Unfotunately House Richese made an ill advised decision to engage in full-scale economic warfare with House Vernius of Ix. This led to their slow demise and fostered the popular opinion that House Richese only made copies of Ixian inventions. Part of this loss is attributed to Count Ilban Richese who spent more time with his family then with his businesses.

As a result of this failure, Ix took over the lucrative Heighliner construction.

Years later, Korona was destroyed by imperial Sardaukar forces as it was being used to store spice illegally.

Behind the Scenes

Though the original Dune novels by Frank Herbert made a brief mention of the planet Richese, no mention was made of a House Richese ruling it. There was also no mention of a House Vernius ruling the planet Ix.

These Great Houses are only mentioned in the novels by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson. As a result, their existence is considered non-canon.

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