Corak – Male – Glinn (aide to Gul Lemec).
Corak attended when Lemec held talks aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise-D in 2369 with Captain Jellico. TNG: Chain of Command, Part 1 and 2
Danar – Male – Gul. The commander of the Cardassian warship Aldara. In 2369 Gul Danar contacted Commander Sisko of Deep Space 9 to demand the return of Bajoran terrorist Tahna Los, who had been granted asylum aboard the station. DS9: Past Prologue
Darhe’el – Male
Gul. Commander of the Gallitep labor camp during the Cardassian occupation of Bajor. Darhe’el was responsible for thousands of Bajorans being tortured and killed while working under brutal conditions, and thus became known as the “Butcher of Gallitep.” His acts of violence against the people of Bajor won him admiration from his superiors and earned him the Proficient Service Medallion. When ordered to leave Gallitep, Darhe’el had all the Bajoran laborers under his authority slaughtered, although a few did escape. Darhe’el died in his sleep in 2363 from a massive coleibric hemorrhage, and was buried under one of the largest military monuments on Cardassia with full honors. In 2369, Darhe’el’s file clerk from Gallitep, a man named Aamin Marritza, impersonated Darhe’el in hopes of exposing the atrocities that had been committed at Gallitep. DS9: Duet
Daro – Male
Glinn . Aide to Gul Macet, one of two Cardassian glinns who came aboard the Enterprise-D in 2367 as an observer during the search for the renegade starship Phoenix. While aboard, Daro made friendly overtures to Chief Miles O’Brien, but O’Brien found it difficult to be cordial to an ex-enemy. But over drinks in Ten-Forward, O’Brien approached Daro and explained himself, relating his experiences during the massacre at Setlik III. He confessed to Daro that he didn’t hate Cardassians, but he hated what he had become because of them. TNG: The Wounded
Dejar, Nal – Female – Cardassian female, an operative of the Obsidian Order. In 2371 Dejar attempted to sabotage a joint Cardassian-Bajoran scientific effort to place a subspace relay in the Gamma Quadrant.
The Obsidian Order, angry at the recently signed Bajoran-Cardassian Treaty, sent Dejar to Deep Space 9 to sabotage the attempt, posing as a third scientist. She sabotaged the USS Defiant’s main emitter coupling. When the ship fired at a comet that was about to destroy the Bajoran wormhole, it shattered the comet instead of vaporizing it as planned. Gilora did not wish Miles O’Brien to be blamed for incompetence resulting in the malfunction and she revealed Dejar’s status as an Obsidian Order operative. Dejar was taken to quarters and confined. Gilora was not worried over exposing her, telling O’Brien that the Order would not look kindly on her failure. DS9: Destiny