In December of the year 2000, the SyFy channel aired a new adaptation of Frank Herbert’s Dune. Dune 2000 was actually the first mini-series that the Sci-Fi Channel had ever released and a whopping 20 million dollars was spent on 3 episodes, which were a pretty decent amount for a TV miniseries at the time. But this was still a pretty small budget considering that the David Lynch film when adjusting for inflation spent nearly 4 times as much. Regardless, Dune 2000 was a huge hit, doubling all viewership records for the network at the time and receiving an average of 4.4 million households over the course of the three nights in which the mini-series aired.
They’ll be a few minor spoilers in this one, guys. As I said earlier, power in Dune is not typically discussed in these terms, but considering the fact that there are several characters in the Dune universe who would seem superhuman if they were to appear in real life, maybe it’s actually an interesting topic. So I thought it would be fun to rank the characters. Let’s go from least powerful to most powerful. Also, I will only be discussing Frank Herbert’s Original six Dune books for this video!
I forgot most of my first dream but I barely remember a few parts of my first dream which started inside on an upper floor of a fictional dimly lit multi-story building that had medium-to-dark color carpeted floors and narrow hallways, and I was there with other people; but I can not remember what happened during most of this part of the dream.
Eventually I went outside of the building and it was day time outside and I was in a fictional place that felt high like this area was higher in the air than normal, I walked to a sidewalk next to a small road where there were businesses that you could window shop from the sidewalk, and I over-heard a conversation between a man with dark brownish colored skin who was bald and who wore glasses as he talked to a man with whitish colored skin with medium length blondish colored hair and a man with dark brownish colored skin with blackish colored hair in a fade-like hairstyle.