Serena started the campaign against the machines with a brain of their own. A long struggle finally ended in a success in Dune: The Battle of Corrin. Serena died long ago but her dream didn’t perish and finally the human race can live freely as they used to do in the past. Eighty-three years have passed, the people of the earth have a new emperor of their own and the nation is trying to excel once again.
Vorian is also not interested in war anymore and politics seems to be the latest interest of this hero of the past. Humans have once again been divided into two groups i.e there are those who want to excel in the field of technology while the others think that technology is not good for them. Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson take on the story quite excellently in this part. The authors have started right from where the previous episode ended۔
Though the machines are not there on the screen anymore but there are other threats which appear to be weakening the newly established empire. If humans continue to split into more groups then they would never be able to regain their lost glory.
Dune: The Machine Crusade kind of themes are lacking in this fourth part because the series has taken a new twist from this part. One thing that has remained unchanged is the narrator of the series. Scott Brick’s voice as a narrator has become a compulsory part of this series and the fans have admired it as well over the years. It is the dawn of a new era in the human world and the threats of new kind emerge in this one.
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