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  • Klingon-Cardassian Alliance
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  • Flag Territory In the mirror universe, the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance was a coalition government formed by the Klingon Empire and the Cardassian Union in 2295 as a counter to the Terran Republic, the short-lived successor state of the Terran Empire, as neither power alone possessed the strength of arms to defeat the Imperial Starfleet. The key to such an alliance between these two nations was the Republic of Bajor, whose role as a power-broker ensured a level of equality that otherwise would not have been able to exist. The Alliance defeated and conquered the Terran Empire, already weakened by the reforms of Terran Emperor Spock, and condemned all non-Alliance races and cultures to slavery. (DS9 episode: "Crossover")
  • In the mirror universe, the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance was the dominant military and political power of the Alpha Quadrant, after its overthrow of the Terran Empire. The Klingons agreed to this alliance after the explosion of Praxis (Glass Empires, The Gift).
  • Bajor became a sovereign planet in the Alliance by the late 24th century, after the Alliance liberated Bajor from the Terran Empire. In the latter half of the 24th century, a Terran rebellion against the Alliance was created due to interference from individuals from the primary universe. (DS9: "Crossover")
  • Origin No information Foundation No information Headquarters No information Commanders No information Agents No information Powers/Skills No information Goals No information Type of Villains No information The Klingon-Cardassian Alliance is an unholy alliance between the Klingons and the Cardassians in the Mirror Universe which is part of the Star Trek Multiverse.
  • In the mirror universe, the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance was a coalition government formed by the Klingon Alliance and the Cardassian Union in the 2290s as a counter to the Terran Empire, as neither power alone possessed the strength of arms to defeat the Terran Starfleet. The key to such an alliance between these two nations was the Republic of Bajor, whose role as a power-broker ensured a level of equality that otherwise would not have been able to exist. The Alliance defeated and conquered the Terran Empire, already weakened by the reforms of Spock, and condemned all non-Alliance races and cultures to slavery.
  • The Alliance was the historic union of two former enemies, the Klingons and the Cardassians, in the face of aggression from the Terran Empire. The Alliance itself was led by a Regent, who delegated authority to various Intendants who administrated the individual sectors of Alliance territory. As of 2372, the Alliance was ruled by Regent Worf. The Alliance conquered the Terran Empire, following a series of reforms by Spock, the leader of the Empire, that had left it vulnerable to attack. When the Alliance was finished, the Terrans and the Vulcans were reduced to a slave race filling the mines of various Alliance planets.
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  • Emblem of the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance
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Found
  • Early 23rd century
Goals
  • To keep the Terrans enslaved and to keep the Prime Universe's counterparts from influencing events in their universe
Origin
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Name
  • Klingon-Cardassian Alliance
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  • mir
Head of Government
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Government
  • Coalition
Military
Foundation
  • Mid-Late 23rd Century
Alias
  • The Alliance
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Commanders
  • Regent Worf
Headquarters
  • Qo'noS or Cardassia Prime in the Mirror Universe
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  • Unknown
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  • Klingon-Cardassian Alliance
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  • Klingon-Cardassian Alliance
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  • ,
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  • no
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Size
  • 188
Agents
  • Elim Garek
  • Intendant Kira
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  • 220
type of villains
  • Oppressive Interstellar Empire
major species
  • Klingons, Cardassians, Bajorans
sovereignty
  • 2295
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  • Flag Territory In the mirror universe, the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance was a coalition government formed by the Klingon Empire and the Cardassian Union in 2295 as a counter to the Terran Republic, the short-lived successor state of the Terran Empire, as neither power alone possessed the strength of arms to defeat the Imperial Starfleet. The key to such an alliance between these two nations was the Republic of Bajor, whose role as a power-broker ensured a level of equality that otherwise would not have been able to exist. The Alliance defeated and conquered the Terran Empire, already weakened by the reforms of Terran Emperor Spock, and condemned all non-Alliance races and cultures to slavery. (DS9 episode: "Crossover")
  • In the mirror universe, the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance was the dominant military and political power of the Alpha Quadrant, after its overthrow of the Terran Empire. The Klingons agreed to this alliance after the explosion of Praxis (Glass Empires, The Gift).
  • Bajor became a sovereign planet in the Alliance by the late 24th century, after the Alliance liberated Bajor from the Terran Empire. In the latter half of the 24th century, a Terran rebellion against the Alliance was created due to interference from individuals from the primary universe. (DS9: "Crossover")
  • Origin No information Foundation No information Headquarters No information Commanders No information Agents No information Powers/Skills No information Goals No information Type of Villains No information The Klingon-Cardassian Alliance is an unholy alliance between the Klingons and the Cardassians in the Mirror Universe which is part of the Star Trek Multiverse.
  • The Alliance was the historic union of two former enemies, the Klingons and the Cardassians, in the face of aggression from the Terran Empire. The Alliance itself was led by a Regent, who delegated authority to various Intendants who administrated the individual sectors of Alliance territory. As of 2372, the Alliance was ruled by Regent Worf. The Alliance conquered the Terran Empire, following a series of reforms by Spock, the leader of the Empire, that had left it vulnerable to attack. When the Alliance was finished, the Terrans and the Vulcans were reduced to a slave race filling the mines of various Alliance planets. It was not revealed what status the non-Terran races (other than the Vulcans and the Bajorans) of the Empire hold in the Alliance. The Bajorans became a major partner in the Alliance in the later 24th century, after their liberation from the control of the Terran Empire. However, the Bajoran rule would end up leading to one of the greatest threats to Alliance control. On station Terok Nor, a bizarre accident in the Bajoran wormhole brought a Federation runabout from the primary universe into the mirror universe. The runabout's crew, Kira Nerys and Julian Bashir, were only aboard the station for a few days, but their presence incited a rebellion among the Terrans, led by Benjamin Sisko. (DS9: "Crossover") The Alliance tried (futilely) to crack down on the Terran Rebellion, but the rebels managed to elude the Alliance at almost every turn. Although Sisko was killed by the Alliance in 2371, the rebels continued to fight on. By taking refuge in the Badlands, the rebels were able to avoid a confrontation with the Alliance fleet almost constantly. (DS9: "Through the Looking Glass") In 2372, the Alliance suffered a humiliating defeat when the rebellion managed to capture Terok Nor. Regent Worf personally led the assault fleet that attempted to recapture the station, but that fleet was defeated thanks to a powerful new warship the rebels had hurriedly constructed. (DS9: "Shattered Mirror") As if the Terran Resistance Forces' initial victories were not humiliating enough, the Alliance suffered a further defeat during an operation in which Worf attempted to obtain a cloaking device from the prime universe. Regent Worf himself was captured along with the Alliance's flagship by the rebels and taken to Terok Nor in chains. The final fate of the Alliance after Regent Worf's capture is unknown. (DS9: "The Emperor's New Cloak") It is unexplained why the Alliance is seeking cloaking technology from the Klingon Empire of the proper universe as the Alliance demonstrated using cloaking technology on Vor'cha- and Galor-class warships in "Through the Looking Glass" . While the Bajorans of the mirror universe have been influential members of the Alliance ever since the defeat of the Terran Empire, Kira Nerys has apparently been attempting to lead Bajor in rebellion against the Alliance. Her reasons for this are unclear, although it is most likely a simple power grab on her part. (DS9: "Resurrection")
  • In the mirror universe, the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance was a coalition government formed by the Klingon Alliance and the Cardassian Union in the 2290s as a counter to the Terran Empire, as neither power alone possessed the strength of arms to defeat the Terran Starfleet. The key to such an alliance between these two nations was the Republic of Bajor, whose role as a power-broker ensured a level of equality that otherwise would not have been able to exist. The Alliance defeated and conquered the Terran Empire, already weakened by the reforms of Spock, and condemned all non-Alliance races and cultures to slavery. In 2370s, the Alliance was the dominant power in the Alpha and Beta Quadrant region. The Alliance suffered a set back in 2370 when the Terran Rebellion was formed by Benjamin Sisko. The rebellion continued to be a problem for the Alliance, successfully gaining and holding Terok Nor in 2372 and capturing Regent Worf in 2375. (DS9 episodes: "Through the Looking Glass", "Shattered Mirror", "The Emperor's New Cloak")
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