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Duncan Idaho

Duncan Idaho from Herbert's 1985 work of short fiction The Road to Dune[1]
Gender Male
Occupation Atreides Swordmaster
Spouse Alia Atreides (1st ghola)
Siona Atreides (later ghola )
Affiliation House Atreides
Real-Life Information
Portrayed by Richard Jordan (1984 film)
James Watson (2000 series)
Edward Atterton (2003 series)
First appearance Dune
Final appearance Dune [2]

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Idaho was portrayed by Richard Jordan in David Lynch's 1984 film version of Dune, and by James Watson in the 2000 Sci-Fi Channel miniseries. Edward Atterton assumed the role in the 2003 miniseries Children of Dune. Richard Anson Jordan (July 19, 1938 – August 30, 1993) was an American stage, screen and film actor. ... David Keith Lynch (born January 20, 1946, in Missoula, Montana) is an American filmmaker. ... Dune is a 1984 science fiction film written and directed by David Lynch, based on the 1965 Frank Herbert novel of the same name. ... James Jimmy Watson (born April 16, 1970 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK) is a British film and television actor. ... Frank Herberts Dune was a three-part miniseries based on the 1965 novel Dune by Frank Herbert. ... Edward Atterton as Mordaunt on the WB television series Charmed. ... Children of Dune was the sequel to the 2000 Dune miniseries produced by the United States Sci Fi channel. ...

Contents

Character biography

The original Idaho

According to the Prelude to Dune prequel trilogy by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, Duncan Idaho was born on the planet Giedi Prime, under the Harkonnen Regime. His hatred for the Harkonnens was established when, at eight years of age, his parents were murdered in front of him by Glossu Rabban. [3] Rabban subsequently chose young Idaho to be the prey for one of his hunts, but thanks to Idaho's resourcefulness and the aid of a sympathetic ally the boy managed to escape Giedi Prime for the planet Caladan. Upon arriving to the Atreides palace, he became a stableboy at Duke Paulus Atreides' request. Later on, after Paulus' death, Idaho expressed his desire to become a Sword Master of the Ginaz. In the trilogy's second installment Dune: House Harkonnen, Duncan undergoes the immense rigors needed to be a Ginaz Swordmaster. He is promoted to the title, alongside a Grumman friend named Hiih Resser, and helps defeat a mob of insurgent students. At the time of Dune: House Corrino, Duncan is an instrumental part of the liberation of Ix from the Sardaukar and Tleilaxu, and even manages to defeat Count Hasimir Fenring in single combat. Dune: House Atreides Dune: House Harkonnen Dune: House Corrino Prelude to Dune is a prequel trilogy of novels written by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, set in Frank Herberts Dune universe. ... A prequel is a work that portrays events which include the structure, conventions, and/or characters of a previously completed narrative, but occur at an earlier time. ... A trilogy is a set of three works of art, usually literature or film, that are connected and can be seen as a single work, as well as three individual ones. ... Brian Patrick Herbert (born 1947) is a best selling American author who lives in Washington state. ... Kevin J. Anderson (born March 27, 1962) is an American science fiction author. ... Giedi Prime is the name of a fictional planet set in Frank Herberts Dune universe described in the Dune science fiction novels. ... Emblem of House Harkonnen from Emperor: Battle for Dune For the novel of the same name, see Dune: House Harkonnen. ... Glossu Rabban, portrayed by Laslo Imre Kisch in the Dune miniseries Glossu Rabban (nickname The Beast) was a minor character in the science fiction novel Dune by Frank Herbert. ... Caladan is a fictional planet in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... Emblem of House Atreides from Emperor: Battle for Dune For the novel of the same name, see Dune: House Atreides. ... Duke Paulus Atreides is a fictional character in Frank Herberts Dune universe. ... The Swordmasters of Ginaz are a fictional school of martial artists in Frank Herberts Dune novels. ... House Harkonnen is the second book in a prequel trilogy to the Dune series, set before the events of Frank Herberts original works. ... House Moritani are a fictional family who are at war with House Ecaz of the Landsraad. ... House Corrino is the third book in a prequel trilogy to the Dune series, set before the events of Frank Herberts original works. ... Ix is a fictional planet featured in the Dune novels by Frank Herbert. ... Emblem of the Imperial Sardaukar from Emperor: Battle for Dune The Sardaukar were a fictional army from Frank Herberts Dune universe, primarily featured in the science fiction novel Dune. ... The Bene Tleilax or Tleilaxu are an extremely xenophobic and isolationist society in the fictional Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... Hasimir Fenring is a fictional character in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ...


At the time of Frank Herbert's original novel Dune, Idaho has already undergone the long training to become a Ginaz Sword Master. He has joined the service of House Atreides and become one of Duke Leto's right-hand men (with Gurney Halleck and Thufir Hawat). When the Atreides take over the planet Arrakis (called Dune) at the order of the Padishah Emperor Shaddam IV, Idaho becomes Leto's ambassador to the Fremen, the desert people of Dune that Leto hopes will ally with him in the coming war against the Emperor and the Harkonnens; Idaho goes to live with the Fremen, serving Fremen leader Stilgar and Leto both. Dune is a science fiction novel written by Frank Herbert and published in 1965. ... Duke Leto Atreides, portrayed by William Hurt in the Dune miniseries Leto Atreides I is a fictional character in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... Gurney Halleck is a fictional soldier in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... Thufir Hawat, portrayed by Freddie Jones in the 1984 movie Thufir Hawat, portrayed by Jan Vlasák in the Dune miniseries Thufir Hawat is a fictional character in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... Arrakis, (الراقص ar-rāqiṣ, the dancer) later Rakis (informally known as Dune) is a fictional desert planet featured in the Dune series of novels by Frank Herbert; it is the home of the Fremen (Zensunni wanderers) and later, the Imperial Capital under the Atreides Empire. ... Padishah Emperor Shaddam Corrino IV, portrayed by Giancarlo Giannini in the Dune miniseries The Padishah Emperor was the title of the hereditary rulers of the Padishah Empire in Frank Herberts fictional Dune universe. ... Emperor Shaddam Corrino IV, portrayed by José Ferrer in Dune (1984) Shaddam Corrino IV is a character in the fictional Dune universe of Frank Herbert. ... Spoiler warning: The Fremen are a group of people in the Dune series of science fiction novels by Frank Herbert. ... Stilgar is a fictional character featured in Frank Herberts Dune universe. ...


When the Emperor's dreaded Sardaukar attack Arrakis in the guise of Harkonnen troops, Idaho initially survives the assault and saves Paul Atreides and Lady Jessica. When they are cornered at a Botanical Testing Station, the latter flee once more while Idaho reaps an unheard-of tally of nineteen Sardauker before finally dying from a head wound.[4] Paul Atreides, as portrayed by Kyle MacLachlan in David Lynchs Dune (1985), wielding the infamous Weirding Module. Paul Orestes Atreides is a fictional character in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... Lady Jessica Atreides, portrayed by Saskia Reeves in the Dune miniseries Jessica Atreides is a fictional character in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ...


The first Duncan ghola

Idaho returns in Dune Messiah as a ghola, a clone made by the Tleilaxu and gifted to Paul Atreides, now Emperor. The purpose of the gift is 'psychic poison': the ghola, called Hayt, is supposed to tempt the Kwisatz Haderach Paul into becoming that which he despises. Trained as a Mentat and a Zensunni philosopher, Hayt has no memory of his former life, but constantly feels vague hints and reminders of his previous incarnation that make him hope he can recover those memories. Dune Messiah Dune Messiah is a science fiction novel by Frank Herbert, the second in a series of six novels. ... A Ghola is a creature in the fictional Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... For other uses, see clone. ... The Bene Tleilax or Tleilaxu are an extremely xenophobic and isolationist society in the fictional Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... Hayt is a fictional character featured in the Dune series by Frank Herbert. ... The Kwisatz Haderach is a fictional name of a prophesied messiah figure in the Dune universe, created by Frank Herbert, and later extended by his son, Brian Herbert, alongside science fiction author Kevin J Anderson. ... A Mentat is a fictional profession or discipline in Frank Herberts Dune universe. ... Zensunni in Frank Herberts Dune series is a religious belief that is a hybrid of principles of Zen Buddhism and Sunni Islam. ...


The seemingly harmless dwarf Bijaz, secretly a Tleilaxu Master, recognizes that Hayt is failing to destroy the Emperor psychologically. As the ghola is of Tleilaxu design, Bijaz employs a specific humming intonation that renders Hayt open to implanted commands. Bijaz programs Hayt to kill Paul when he says the words "She is gone," in the depths of grief over the death of his concubine Chani. But this is only part of the true plan; the emotional distress of the attempt allows Hayt to recover the buried memories of Duncan Idaho, up to and including his death at the hands of the Imperial Sardaukar. This is the culmination of the Tleilaxu plot: to demonstrate to Paul that the Tleilaxu can create for him an exact duplicate of his dead concubine, and lover, Chani — but only if he abdicates his throne and relinquishes his CHOAM holdings. Paul resists the temptation, and has Hayt/Duncan kill Bijaz before he can change his mind. Bijaz is a fictional character in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... Concubinage refers to the state of a woman or youth in an ongoing, quasi-matrimonial relationship with a man of higher social status. ... Chani (short for Chanisihayah) is a fictional character featured in Frank Herberts science fiction Dune universe. ... Emblem of the Imperial Sardaukar from Emperor: Battle for Dune The Sardaukar were a fictional army from Frank Herberts Dune universe, primarily featured in the science fiction novel Dune. ... The Combine Honnete Ober Advancer Mercantile or CHOAM is a fictional universal development corporation in Frank Herberts Dune universe, which is first mentioned in Dune. ...

Edward Atterton as Duncan Idaho, with Alia in Children of Dune

Also in Dune Messiah, hints are dropped of a growing attraction between Idaho and Paul's sister, Alia. In one scene, Duncan even kisses Alia, which infuriates her; he replies that he took no more than what was offered. When a blinded Paul abdicates and wanders into the desert to die (as is the tradition for blind Fremen), Alia asks Idaho for his continued support and affection to help her get through the times ahead. Image File history File links Alia_Hayt. ... Image File history File links Alia_Hayt. ... Edward Atterton as Mordaunt on the WB television series Charmed. ... Alia Atreides, portrayed by Daniela Amavia in the Children of Dune miniseries. ... Children of Dune was the sequel to the 2000 Dune miniseries produced by the United States Sci Fi channel. ... Alia Atreides, portrayed by Daniela Amavia in the Children of Dune miniseries. ...


In Children of Dune, Idaho is now Alia's husband and Mentat. She has assumed power as Holy Regent in the name of Paul's children, Leto II and Ghanima. Alia becomes possessed by the memory-ego of her ancestor, the Baron Vladimir Harkonnen, who sets out to destroy the Atreides empire. Recognizing this, Idaho remains loyal to the Atreides, and flees to the desert to protect the children. In order to get Stilgar to join the Fremen opposition to Alia's rule, Duncan kills Javid, Alia's secret lover, on the neutral ground of Sietch Tabr. He also insults Stilgar three times, by saying to him the three deadliest insults a Fremen could ever hear: "You wear a collar!", "You are a servant! You've sold Fremen for their water!" and "You have no immortality! None of your descendents carry your blood!" Driven into a rage, Stilgar kills Duncan for violating the sietch's neutrality, which was what Duncan had planned from the beginning. His last gasping words were, "Two deaths for the Atreides. The second for no better reason than the first." Children of Dune Children of Dune is a science fiction novel by Frank Herbert, third in a series of six novels set in the Dune universe. ... Leto Atreides II, portrayed by James McAvoy in the Children of Dune miniseries Leto Atreides II is a fictional character in the Dune universe, created by Frank Herbert. ... Ghanima (meaning spoil of war in the Fremen language) is a fictional character in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... Baron Vladimir Harkonnen, portrayed by Ian McNeice in the Sci-Fi Channels Dune miniseries The Baron Vladimir Harkonnen is a fictional character from the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Children of Dune. ... Sietch Tabr is a Fremen community in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... A sietch is a Fremen desert settlement in the Dune stories. ...


The God Emperor's ghola series

God Emperor of Dune reintroduces Idaho as a serial ghola: Leto II has ruled as a sandworm-human hybrid for around 3,500 years, and has continually had an Idaho ghola to serve him at all times. To Leto, Idaho represents loyalty, humanity and the spirit of the unknown, something which the God-Emperor, having perfect prescience, knows nothing of. It is also implied that Duncan is needed for the 'Golden Path' to come to fruition. Leto and his father also loved Duncan, which is another reason why the God Emperor wants a Duncan around. However, the Idaho gholas, with their memories restored, struggle to deal with what the Atreides have become. Where before, the hallmark of Atreides rule was justice, Leto's reign has been one of godhood and oppression. Idaho's old-fashioned conscience rebels, leading the Idaho ghola to attempt to kill Leto (who as a sandworm is invulnerable to all but water and extreme violence). Leto notes that only nineteen of "his" Duncans have survived long enough to die what is considered a "natural death". In just about all of these rebellions, the reborn Idaho is killed by the God Emperor. After a certain time, the God Emperor will order another ghola of Duncan from the Tleilaxu. The man usually shows up strongly believing he has gone insane, in shock at how the universe has changed since his "death" (as the Duncans have memories only of the first Duncan). If the new ghola survives his first interviews, he will serve the God Emperor until his almost inevitable rebellion. God Emperor of Dune is a science fiction novel by Frank Herbert published in 1981 — the fourth novel in the Dune series. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Prescience is the ability to predict the future through vision. ... The Golden Path is Leto IIs strategy to prevent humanitys destruction in Frank Herberts fictional Dune universe. ...


The novel significantly revolves around the perceptions and action of a new Duncan that has just been ordered from the Tleilaxu. Like the others before him, Duncan is appalled at what Atreides rule has become, but Leto appoints him as the head of his otherwise all-female military, the Fish Speakers. He also reveals that he has repeatedly used his Duncan gholas in his breeding program to genetically improve the Atreides line. The current Duncan is intended to mate with Siona Atreides, the end product of Leto's breeding program: she is able to "fade" from prescient sight. Duncan is extremely reluctant and protests, saying that he is not Leto's "stud." He does catch the eye of Hwi Noree, the Ixian Ambassador sent to Arrakis with the explicit purpose of wooing the Emperor. Leto forbids Duncan from having any relations with her, but he disobeys and sleeps with Hwi. The Fish Speakers are a fictional army from Frank Herberts Dune universe, as depicted in the Dune series of science fiction novels. ... Siona Atreides is a fictional character in Frank Herberts Dune universe. ... Hwi Noree is a fictional character in Frank Herberts fictional Dune universe. ...


Duncan eventually joins Siona's rebels and works with her to assassinate Leto. His plan is successful, but Hwi is killed in the process. Leto reveals that he knew of their plan, and that his death is simply another step to ensuring the Golden Path. Siona, having seen the Golden Path during her trial in the desert, realizes she was bred as a key figure for humanity's survival. At the end of the novel, she schemes on how to carefully seduce Duncan and mate with him, as Leto had originally intended. None of their descendants will be able to be tracked by prescience, forever free of any one person's vision and ensuring that humanity could never be completely found and destroyed.


The Bene Gesserit ghola series

The Bene Gesserit become the consumers of Idaho gholas in Heretics of Dune and Chapterhouse Dune. However, the Tleilaxu keep killing the gholas after several years. Not knowing exactly what purpose Idaho will serve, the Bene Gesserit suspect that the Tleilaxu are using the gholas to control the timing of his release upon the universe, implying some Tleilaxu purpose in addition to their own. The current ghola survives and Miles Teg is able to restore the memories of Duncan Idaho to the ghola, but Duncan can feel that the Tleilaxu planted something else in his mind. When Murbella, an Honored Matre, tries to sexually bond Idaho, he entraps and enslaves her, revealing the Tleilaxu purpose: To conquer the Honored Matres by using a better version of their own sexual techniques. When Murbella tries to bond Duncan, the Tleilaxu's plan fruits, and he becomes aware of the memories of all the other Idaho gholas. The two of them are confined to a no-ship on Chapterhouse. There, Idaho trains young men to go out into the universe and enslave Honored Matres. Duncan also inherits an awkward prescient vision, wherein he sees an old man and woman staring back at him. Duncan restores the memories of the Miles Teg ghola, and escapes in the no-ship, evading the trap set for him by the strange couple. Heretics of Dune is a 1984 science fiction novel by Frank Herbert, fifth in a series of six novels. ... Chapterhouse Dune is a science fiction novel by Frank Herbert, last in his series of six Dune novels. ... Miles Teg is a fictional character in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... Hunters of Dune cover art: Murbella meets with Guild Navigator Edrik. ... The Honored Matres are a fictional matriarchal organization in Frank Herberts science fiction universe of Dune. ... The Honored Matres are an organization in the fictional Dune universe created by Frank Herbert in his Dune series of novels. ... A no-ship is a fictional type of spacecraft from the Dune science fiction series by Frank Herbert. ... Chapterhouse is a fictional planet in Frank Herberts science fiction universe of Dune, for while the 6th book in the series, Chapterhouse Dune, is named. ... Daniel and Marty are fictional characters from the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ...


Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson continued the unfinished original series with Hunters of Dune. In Hunters, Duncan continues his travels on the no-ship, now named the Ithaca by its passengers. He is accompanied by Miles Teg, Sheeana and a group of her Bene Gesserit sisters, the last Tleilaxu Master Scytale and others. Brian Patrick Herbert (born 1947) is a best selling American author who lives in Washington state. ... Kevin J. Anderson (born March 27, 1962) is an American science fiction author. ... Hunters of Dune is the first part of the seventh book (until recently, called Dune 7) of the original Dune series, along with Sandworms of Dune. ... Ithaca is a fictional no-ship from the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... Sheeana Brugh is a fictional character in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... The Bene Tleilax or Tleilaxu are an extremely xenophobic and isolationist society in the fictional Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ... Scytale is a fictional character in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ...


During the final books in the series Duncans and the others that escaped Chapter House with him, are still on the run from the unknown enemy that hunt them. They don't find out until the very end that the old couple is really Erasmus and Omnius, rulers of the thinking machine empire. In the final confrontation with Erasmus. The oracle of time, Norma Ceneva, reveals to Duncan that he is the one both of them have been looking for. Namely the Final and Ultimate Kwisatz Haderach. Overwhelmed by the revelation Duncan, decides to unite the Humans and the thinking machines into a single empire. As the mediator between the two, Duncan does something similar to Bene Gesserit sharing with Erasmus. And at the same time allows himself to be covered by the robots flowmetal skin in a similar fashion to what Leto II did with Sandtrout, making him into something more than human and machine. In addition to the Kwisatz Haderach of the humans, he becomes the new evermind of the thinking machines, guiding their joint future. The Kwisatz Haderach is a fictional name of a prophesied messiah figure in the Dune universe, created by Frank Herbert, and later extended by his son, Brian Herbert, alongside science fiction author Kevin J Anderson. ...

James Watson as Idaho in the Dune miniseries

Image File history File links Duncan_Idaho. ... Image File history File links Duncan_Idaho. ... James Jimmy Watson (born April 16, 1970 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK) is a British film and television actor. ... Frank Herberts Dune was a three-part miniseries based on the 1965 novel Dune by Frank Herbert. ...

Character analysis

Duncan is portrayed in Dune and the other works as a handsome man, to whom women are easily attracted. He is a gifted soldier and general as well as gifted as an agent/ambassador. He can sometimes get drunk, and in Dune once called Jessica a "damn Harkonnen spy" whereupon she hurled coffee in his face. One of the Duncan gholas once married a woman named Irti, who strongly resembled Jessica, and it is revealed that Duncan fantasized about Jessica as well. This article is about a military rank. ... This does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Lady Jessica Atreides, portrayed by Saskia Reeves in the Dune miniseries Jessica Atreides is a fictional character in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. ...


He is a Sword Master of the Ginaz and thus a very good fighter in all situations. In his final fight in which he died for the first time, he killed 19 Sardaukar[4] — a feat which all characters hold to be astonishing, given that a single Sardaukar supersoldier is the equal of a dozen standard soldiers in battle. The Sardaukar sold his body to the Tleilaxu, who grew the gholas of Duncan from the original cells. The original Duncan and all of the gholas show his rebellious streak, and Duncan is always a very opinionated, headstrong man. Emblem of the Imperial Sardaukar from Emperor: Battle for Dune The Sardaukar were a fictional army from Frank Herberts Dune universe, primarily featured in the science fiction novel Dune. ... For the Amalgam Comics character, see Super-Soldier. ...


Duncan's character is the symbol of newness and rebirth in the Dune universe. Leto II viewed Duncan as a symbol of the unknown, the opposite of stagnation.


References

  1. ^ Herbert, F. Eye, 1985, pg. 208, ISBN 0-7434-3479-X (2001 US reprint) "The face of Duncan Idaho, ghola warrior, teacher, friend and advisor of Muad'Dib stares out at you from this official portrait. It is sold to pilgrims on the walking tour of Arrakis only in Palace shops."
  2. ^ A series of gholas are created in subsequent books; these may or may not be considered appearances of the original character.
  3. ^ Herbert, B. and Anderson, K.J. Dune: House Atreides, 5 October 1999, pg. 57, ISBN 0-553-11061-6.
  4. ^ a b Herbert, F. Children of Dune, 1976, pg. 227, ISBN 0-575-07490-6 (2003 UK reprint) "The Sardaukar who'd slain him reported his prowess: nineteen of their number dispatched by Idaho before he'd fallen. Nineteen Sardaukar!"

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