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For the mirror universe counterpart, see Groumall (mirror).

The CDS Groumall was a Cardassian starship, a Galor-class battleship in Cardassian Guard service in the 2370s decade. (ST video game: Armada mission: "A Call to Power")


The Groumall inherited the name from the Groumall-class freighter CDS Groumall (CUF-2700), sacrificed by the infamous Gul Skrain Dukat to return to glory in 2372. (DS9 episode: "Return to Grace")

In 2376, Admiral Sela of the Romulan Star Navy operated from a Romulan starbase in the Devron system near Cardassian Union territory when the Cardassians met with a Ferengi delegation for the sale of an omega particle. Cardassian Central Command dispatched Galor- and Damar-class destroyers to prevent the Romulans from seizing the particle but were defeated after Sela bribed the Ferengi Latinum Consortium into accepting a ceasefire. (ST video game: Armada mission: "A Call to Power")

In 2377, the Groumall joined the Cardassian uprising, led by Gul Kentar, against the Klingon Empire that occupied Cardassian territory following the end of the Dominion War. The ship saw action against Klingon Defense Force assets deployed by Chancellor Martok himself. (ST video game: Armada II)

No specific history or definitive final fate was established for this vessel as its name was selected for a battleship by the Armada game developers, and is sometimes placed randomly when the ship appears.



Ships named Groumall
Cardassian Union, Cardassian Guard CDS Groumall (CUF-2700, Groumall-class)CDS Groumall (Galor-class)see also: Groumall-class Cardassian Union emblem icon image.
Klingon-Cardassian Alliance, Cardassian Union
(mirror universe)
CDS Groumall (Galor-class) Cardassian Union emblem icon image.
Galor-class battleship starships
Cardassian Union AgiadonAldara • (Arrestor) • (Avenger) • BoradBraineBralekBremmo • (Challenger) • (Charger) • (Conqueror) • DatthaeliusDerell • (Despoiler) • (Dictator) • Dognaineun • (Enforcer) • ErantEtraceFalleins • (Fanatic) • FellGadaczGalauseGalorGalvarGianourGonniane • (Grenadier) • GrosvakGroumallHararthunHondis • (Infiltrator) • (Inquisitor) • (Intruder) • (Invader) • KarsuKenzhaKercediusKlakarKovatKraxonKyriaLyniusMabones • (Mangler) • (Marauder) • (Mauler) • (Menace) • ModdanMourlinNawade • (Overseer) • Parn • (Pillager) • PiniaPrakeshPrakesh • (Privateer) • (Punisher) • RajanRavageReklarRekleenRugg'l • (Sentinel) • SerronSoukara • (Striker) • (Subjugator) • (Swift Striker) • TaranorTavracetTerak • (Terminator) • Thidri • (Torturer) • TragerTurronVandir • (Vanquisher) • VelainVetarVexon • (Vindicator) • (Zealot) • unnamed Galor class starships Emblem of the Cardassian Union.
Klingon-Cardassian Alliance
(mirror universe)
Bak'rikanHebitiaGroumallTrager Emblem of the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance.