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The '''''Stolen Journals''''' were a large collection of writings made by the [[God-Emperor]] [[Leto Atreides II]] during his 3,500 year reign on [[Arrakis]].
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The '''''Stolen Journals''''' were a large collection of writings made by the [[God-Emperor|God Emperor]] [[Leto Atreides II]] during his 3,500-year-long reign on [[Arrakis]].
   
 
The journals included numerous ancient historical morsels, gathered from [[Other Memory]] by Leto. They also included a number of enigmatic references to his actions and his pursuit of the [[Golden Path]].
 
The journals included numerous ancient historical morsels, gathered from [[Other Memory]] by Leto. They also included a number of enigmatic references to his actions and his pursuit of the [[Golden Path]].
   
The journals were deliberately scattered by Leto's [[Fish Speakers]]. An important store of them was discovered at [[Dar-es-Balat]] by [[Reverend Mother]] [[Darwi Odrade]], 1,500 years after Leto's death.
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The journals were deliberately scattered by Leto's [[Fish Speakers]]. An important store of them was discovered at [[Dar-es-Balat]] by [[Reverend Mother]] [[Darwi Odrade]], approximately 1,500 years after Leto's death.
   
   

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The Stolen Journals were a large collection of writings made by the God Emperor Leto Atreides II during his 3,500-year-long reign on Arrakis.

The journals included numerous ancient historical morsels, gathered from Other Memory by Leto. They also included a number of enigmatic references to his actions and his pursuit of the Golden Path.

The journals were deliberately scattered by Leto's Fish Speakers. An important store of them was discovered at Dar-es-Balat by Reverend Mother Darwi Odrade, approximately 1,500 years after Leto's death.


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