DaiMon Bractor was the commanding officer of the Ferengi marauder Kreechta.

In 2365, the Kreechta stumbled upon a Starfleet battle simulation being conducted by the USS Enterprise-D and the USS Hathaway; Bractor believed that the two ships were involved in some sort of internal struggle and that the Hathaway contained some equipment of high value to warrant the attack from the Galaxy-class starship. He demanded that Enterprise-D Captain Jean-Luc Picard turn over the Hathaway to him. However, the Kreechta left the area in disgust and disappointment when it appeared that the Enterprise-D destroyed the Hathaway to prevent it from falling into enemy hands.

The Hathaway was actually safe a short distance away after employing a clever trick devised by the Enterprise-D crew using a precisely timed warp jump and coinciding weapons fire from the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Peak Performance")

Bractor was played by Armin Shimerman, who went on to play Quark in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
Although wearing all three insignia types typically worn by a DaiMon, Bractor was only referred to as "Leader."
Bractor appears in the novel The 34th Rule, which was co-written by Shimerman and features Quark in a prominent role. At one point, Captain Sisko comments that Bractor looks familiar.

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