Dengar was a Corellian mercenary and a bounty hunter in the Star Wars universe. During the Clone Wars, he undertook a mission organized by Boba Fett to safeguard a locked chest being shipped by train on the planet Quarzite. When Kage warriors attack, Dengar fights off as many as he can until he is thrown from the train.
At another time, while in the service of the Hutts, they were attacked by forces commanded by Darth Maul and Pre Vizsla. Dengar flees with his fellow mercenaries when it became clear defeat was inevitable.
Grade One active during the Galactic Civil War. The acerbic bounty hunter and pilot of the Punishing One was among an elite group of hunters recruited by Darth Vader to capture Han Solo and the passengers of the Millennium Falcon shortly after the Battle of Hoth. At this time, he was a middle-aged man of heavy build, wearing battered dark brown Stormtrooper armor with a dingy cloth wrapped around his head to conceal the circuitry for his enhanced auditory and visual systems.
In the game Battlefront, he is an Imperial villain, that comes with the Bespin DLC. His weapon is a DLT-19 heavy blaster rifle, which he can use to swing at his enemies, as well as throwing multiple grenades on to a number of targets.
In The Empire Strikes Back, he is played by Morris Bush. In The Clone Wars and Battlefront, he is voiced by Simon Pegg.
- When he appears in Battlefront, there was a glitch where his Rifle Swing would instantly take down Luke Skywalker. This glitch was a patch in under a month.
- In pre-production still photographs from Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, Dengar is pictured holding a modified WWII-era German MG 34 machine gun. In the film, though, that weapon was held by bounty hunter droid 4-LOM, and Dengar was armed with a modified German MG 42.