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Flash Dune Armies by Norsehound Flash Dune Armies by Norsehound
More stuff for the Flash Dune PnP game I'm working on. The only faction missing is the Bene Tleilax, but I have something special in mind for them.

Care to guess who represents what faction? :)
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Tamara-Hawk Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2012
Nice ^^ I've only read the first two books though, so I'm not familiar with all the factions (unless I missed something...) The spacing guild is an absolute no brainer, you can't miss it if you've read only even one of the books ^^
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Norsehound Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2012
Herbert's books cover three distinct periods of DUNE history. The first three books are within the reign of Paul Muad'dib. The Forth book is set at the end of the reign of Paul's son, Leto, nearly a thousand years later. The fifth and sixth books are set another thousand years in advance. There's tons of rooms for many factions :)

The Spacing Guild and the Bene Geserit order are the two powers mentioned to some degree, though the Bene Geserit has a main character in every book. So are mentats, but not house Tleilaxu specifically.
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BigBossTooN Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2011  Student Filmographer
Okay, I'm a huge Dune fan boy. I think I can do this.

Top from left to right:
-Bene Gesserit
-House Harkonnen
-House Atreides
-Spacing Guild

Middle from left to right:
-Sardaukar
-Fremen
-Ixian Confederacy
-Landsraad(?)

Bottom from left to right:
-Fish Speakers
-Honored Matres

I'm not completely sure, but hopefully I got it. Did I? This doesn't include those shitty prequels, sequels, and inbettween books made by his dipshit son and friend, do they? The ones with Terminator in space, the dumb House Vernius, and the insulting Paul of Dune shit. I also don't that green guy's for House Ordos from the games. They looked more freakishly Ix-Tleilaxu mixed looking. Honestly I'm not a fan to anything of Dune outside of the original six books. Those things are gold.
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BigBossTooN Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2011  Student Filmographer
Really? I didn't look at the comments, actually.

Oh trust me. You're not missing anything, except maybe a head ache.
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Norsehound Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2011
It would be more impressive if I hadn't revealed the answers already some posts up :) But you are correct.

I've played some of the games, but when it comes to books I'm not going outside the original six. I feel I'd be too disappointed.
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BigBossTooN Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2011  Student Filmographer
Really? I didn't look at the comments, actually.

Oh trust me. You're not missing anything, except maybe a head ache.
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Vanguard3000 Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Fish speakers and Honoured Matres at the bottom. I don't know who the green guy in the middle row is. Ixians? CHOAM?
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Norsehound Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2011
Which one's the fish speaker and which one's the Honored matres? :)

Ixians should be obvious. He isn't CHOAM and Ordos is not represented.
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Vanguard3000 Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, I would assume the blue is the Fish Speaker and the orange the Honoured Matre (orange/yellow outfits with dragons seemed to be their thing).

I'm actually working on making some Dune-based flags and banners, so I'm curious if there's a specific reason you chose that cross symbol for the Ixians? I've been having a tough time coming up with a good banner for them.

(You can see my House Atreides and House Harkonnen banners in my gallery.)
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Norsehound Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2011
Ok, you got the Fish Speakers and Honored matres correct, so I'll give you the last ones. Ix is the grey guy with the big gun, but the teal guy with the maltese cross on his cap is a Landsraad representative. The Landsraad was one of the three optional factions in the 1978 Dune, so I wanted to include them for this rapid play version.
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