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After a sullen, three-hour flight, Idaho, Siona, Nayla, and a Fish Speaker contingent land at Tuono Village, a mockery of Fremen culture, which smells of garbage and uncovered cesspools. Dignitaries wear Fremen robes, children wait with flowers, and women peer from side streets. Brown-eyed Naib Garun greets them and offers a performance of Fremen rituals, music, and dance. The whole stage-setting scenario depresses Idaho, who parts Garun's robe to display a fake stillsuit and calls him a sham. Idaho is tempted to "cleanse" this place until his laughter crushes Garun's spirits and he feels ashamed. Embarrassed, Nayla says Leto has ordered Siona and Idaho quartered together.

Six days later, Leto frets over the postponements caused by shifting the wedding location. Moneo is confused when Leto says that, if nothing else, the two of them make great theater. As a storm brews...

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