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'''Amin Galingal''' was a [[Sexes/Legends|male]] [[Cerean/Legends|Cerean]] [[Philosopher/Legends|philosopher]] who lived on the [[Planet/Legends|planet]] [[Cularin/Legends|Cularin]] during the waning [[Standard year/Legends|years]] of the [[Galactic Republic/Legends|Galactic Republic]]. In about [[48 BBY]], Galingal became became a resident of the [[Blue Star Centre]], a philosophical retreat that was located in the [[City/Legends|city]] [[Gadrin]], and he eventually became the center's director, holding the position of [[lector]]. He wrote a number of books, essays and poems, which were widely published and became popular among the [[Tarasin]], a [[Sentience/Legends|sentient]] [[Species/Legends|species]] native to Cularin.
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'''Amin Galingal''' was a [[Sexes/Legends|male]] [[Cerean/Legends|Cerean]] [[Philosopher/Legends|philosopher]] who lived on the [[Planet/Legends|planet]] [[Cularin/Legends|Cularin]] during the waning [[Standard year/Legends|years]] of the [[Galactic Republic/Legends|Galactic Republic]]. In about [[48 BBY/Legends|48 BBY]], Galingal became became a resident of the [[Blue Star Centre]], a philosophical retreat that was located in the [[City/Legends|city]] [[Gadrin]], and he eventually became the center's director, holding the position of [[lector]]. He wrote a number of books, essays and poems, which were widely published and became popular among the [[Tarasin]], a [[Sentience/Legends|sentient]] [[Species/Legends|species]] native to Cularin.
   
 
Circa [[31 BBY/Legends|31 BBY]], members of a criminal organization known as the [[Intarsa League]] entered the Blue Star Centre and took Galingal and the center's other occupants hostage. Galingal became extremely upset and entered a state of terror, forcing the Cerean [[Gars Croft]] to take up a leadership role among the hostages. Galingal and the rest of the hostages were eventually rescued by a group of [[Heroes of Cularin|freelance agents]], and Galingal subsequently thanked his rescuers and gave them each a blue-colored sash, the symbol of the Blue Star Centre.
 
Circa [[31 BBY/Legends|31 BBY]], members of a criminal organization known as the [[Intarsa League]] entered the Blue Star Centre and took Galingal and the center's other occupants hostage. Galingal became extremely upset and entered a state of terror, forcing the Cerean [[Gars Croft]] to take up a leadership role among the hostages. Galingal and the rest of the hostages were eventually rescued by a group of [[Heroes of Cularin|freelance agents]], and Galingal subsequently thanked his rescuers and gave them each a blue-colored sash, the symbol of the Blue Star Centre.

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Amin Galingal was a male Cerean philosopher who lived on the planet Cularin during the waning years of the Galactic Republic. In about 48 BBY, Galingal became became a resident of the Blue Star Centre, a philosophical retreat that was located in the city Gadrin, and he eventually became the center's director, holding the position of lector. He wrote a number of books, essays and poems, which were widely published and became popular among the Tarasin, a sentient species native to Cularin.

Circa 31 BBY, members of a criminal organization known as the Intarsa League entered the Blue Star Centre and took Galingal and the center's other occupants hostage. Galingal became extremely upset and entered a state of terror, forcing the Cerean Gars Croft to take up a leadership role among the hostages. Galingal and the rest of the hostages were eventually rescued by a group of freelance agents, and Galingal subsequently thanked his rescuers and gave them each a blue-colored sash, the symbol of the Blue Star Centre.

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