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"May the blessings of the water keep you. The might of your ancestors give you strength."
―Brother Lemcke at the coronation of Lee-Char[src]

Brother Lemcke was a male Mon Calamari who lived during the Clone Wars and was affiliated with the Mon Cala royal family, or royal bloodline.

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Born sometime prior to the Clone Wars, Lemcke was a member of the Mon Calamari species and from the race's homeworld, Dac. At some point he became affiliated with the Mon Calamari royal family, or bloodline, and was in charge of coronating the planet's kings.

Brother Lemcke crowns Prince Lee-Char Kolina.

In 21 BBY, the Separatists moved its way to the Calamari system, and soon after that, King Yos of the royal Kolina family was assassinated by an unknown assailant.[1] Shortly after the murder of Kolina, tensions became high between the Mon Calamari and the Quarren, thus, Captain Gial Ackbar asked for the presence of the Galactic Republic, forcing the Quarren Senator Nossor Ri to ask for the presence of the Separatists. During the meeting, Lemcke watched as tensions ran high and the negotiations failed.[1] Sometime later, Lemcke introduced Lee-Char into a meeting just before the Separatists and their aqua droids attacked.[1]

After the civil war ended, Lemcke appeared at the coronation of the young Prince Lee-Char Kolina. Brother Lemcke then blessed Kolina and crowned him king of Dac.[2]

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In Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Brother Lemcke was voiced by actor Phil LaMarr.

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