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In the mirror universe, the Hebitia was a Cardassian Galor-class warship in the service of the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance during the late 24th century.

Service history[]

By the year 2371, the ship had been placed at the disposal of command of Gul Madred, where the ship was able to track Jean-Luc Picard down to the Iconian homeworld which was located in the Romulan Neutral Zone. At the time of the Hebitia's arrival, the Stargazer was aboard to be boarded by the crew of the Romulan D'deridex-class warbird Gath'thong. However, as the Hebitia was equipped with a Klingon cloaking device, it was able to catch the Gath'thong unawares and destroyed the Romulan vessel with all hands. Picard, who had recently encountered the Borg aboard a diamond shaped vessel, attempted to warn Madred of the threat that the cybernetic race posed to the entire Alpha Quadrant. For his part, Madred dismissed the Borg as a archaeological myth and refused to believe him. Using the Br'er Rabbit approach, Picard further advised him to destroy the Iconian probe which was launched from the surface of the planet. As Picard had hoped, Madred took no action, believing it to be a transparent ruse on the part of the Terran Rebellion. Consequently, the Hebitia suffered a total systems failure due to the effects of the probe and was soon destroyed. Picard later used the probe to destroy the Borg diamond before it could assimilate the Klingon homeworld Qo'noS. (TNG - Mirror Universe novel: The Worst of Both Worlds)


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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.


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