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Later that year, it was learned that his son, Rugal, had survived the attack in 2362 and was being raised by a Bajoran family, as the boy was thought to be an [[orphan]]. Pa'Dar and the government were informed about Rugal's existence, and Pa'Dar immediately traveled to [[Deep Space 9]], anxious to reunite. Dukat planned to use this evidence in an attempt to politically disgrace Pa'Dar. Dukat's plan was foiled when [[Elim Garak]] and [[Julian Bashir]] found out that Rugal was deliberately left behind by Dukat. Sisko then returned the boy to his father and they returned to [[Cardassia]]. ({{DS9|Cardassians}})
 
Later that year, it was learned that his son, Rugal, had survived the attack in 2362 and was being raised by a Bajoran family, as the boy was thought to be an [[orphan]]. Pa'Dar and the government were informed about Rugal's existence, and Pa'Dar immediately traveled to [[Deep Space 9]], anxious to reunite. Dukat planned to use this evidence in an attempt to politically disgrace Pa'Dar. Dukat's plan was foiled when [[Elim Garak]] and [[Julian Bashir]] found out that Rugal was deliberately left behind by Dukat. Sisko then returned the boy to his father and they returned to [[Cardassia]]. ({{DS9|Cardassians}})
   
{{bginfo|Pa'Dar was played by [[Robert Mandan]]. His name was misspelled as "Kotran Pa'Dar" in the {{ste|4|2|119}} and the ''[[Star Trek Customizable Card Game]]''.|According to the {{Star Trek Minutiae|resources/scripts/425.txt|script}}, the pronunciation for Kotan Pa'Dar was "KOE-tan puh-DAR".|Pa'Dar appears in all three novels of the ''[[Star Trek: Terok Nor]]'' series. In ''[[Day of the Vipers]]'', he is a scientist who travels to Bajor aboard the ''[[Kornaire]]''. Pa'Dar also appears in the novel ''[[The Never-Ending Sacrifice]]'', which gives the names of his grandfather, father, mother and wife as Ghret Pa'Dar, Tirim, Geleth Pa'Dar and Arys Pa'Dar, respectively.}}
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{{bginfo|Pa'Dar was played by [[Robert Mandan]]. His name was misspelled as "Kotran Pa'Dar" in the {{ste|4|2|119}} and the ''[[Star Trek Customizable Card Game]]''.|According to the {{Star Trek Minutiae|resources/scripts/425.txt|script}}, the pronunciation for Kotan Pa'Dar was "KOE-tan puh-DAR".|Pa'Dar appears in all three novels of the ''[[Star Trek: Terok Nor]]'' series. In ''[[Day of the Vipers]]'', he is a scientist who travels to Bajor aboard the ''[[Kornaire]]''. Pa'Dar also appears in the novel ''[[The Never-Ending Sacrifice]]'', which gives the names of his father, mother and wife as Ghret Pa'Dar, Geleth Pa'Dar and Arys Pa'Dar, respectively.}}
   
 
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