I was possibly not in this dream, I am not sure, the main character of this dream was the Dune character Lady Jessica Atreides, and her & maybe one or more other people were in the desert on the planet Arrakis (Dune).
Lady Jessica & anyone else with her, if there was anyone else, got ambushed by some Fremen, there was a brief fight, I assume that Lady Jessica won because the Fremen accepted her after she proved herself by defeating them I guess.
Paul Atreides, a brilliant and gifted young man born into a great destiny beyond his understanding, must travel to the most dangerous planet in the universe to ensure the future of his family and his people. As malevolent forces explode into conflict over the planet’s exclusive supply of the most precious resource in existence, only those who can conquer their own fear will survive.
The word Kralizec does not appear in the Dune saga until the book Children of Dune. It is spoken of both as a terrible fate waiting for humankind in its future and as a rite of passage for the species, an inevitability that would test humankind to its limits but, in the end, leave them with the ability to survive indefinitely within an often malignant universe. Paul Atreides Jihad killed more than 60 billion humans, but the price of Kralizec would be far greater.
Dune has long been regarded as one of the greatest and most influential science fiction series. Everything from Star Wars to Star Trek, to the Expanse, has been in some way inspired by the classic work of Frank Herbert. Dune focuses on the economic and sociopolitical systems revolving around the planet Arrakis, the only planet in the empire where the precious spice Melange can be found. Arrakis, also known as Dune, falls under the Fiefdom of The Noble Great House Atreides, Which consists of Duke Leto, his Bene Gesserit Concubine Jessica, and their 15-year-old son Paul. The native people of Arrakis are called the Fremen, who were once, many centuries ago, known as the Zensunni Wanderers. The books indicate that the Fremen are a homogeneous group that picked up the gene of many different humans during their migrations from planet to planet before settling on Dune. Much of Fremen culture as described in the books is inspired by real-world Buddist and Islamic traditions. The main plot of the first Dune book is centered around Paul Atreides’ use of the Fremen to avenge the fall of House Atreides and gain control of the Imperial throne.
Now, I won’t be explaining the entire plotline of the Dune Saga, I mean that would take several hour-long videos, and who has time for that? *Cough Cough. Though Dune is considered one of the most influential Science fiction Saga’s ever, it’s not without controversy. It has been argued by some that Dune is one of the prime examples of the White Savior trope. Now I’ve addressed this in the past to some degree, see this video I did hear responding to an article written by Noah Bertlasky which accused Paul of being a quote, “Mighty Whitey”, but I’ve never dived entirely into the subject. In this video, we will explore the historical context of the White Savior trope, dissect how race is viewed in the Dune saga, and determine once and for all whether or not Dune is an example of this trope.