In 2372, Quarkdreamed that he met Gint at the doorway to the Divine Treasury, where Gint told him that his life was more important than fulfilling a contract. Gint argued that the Rules were actually supposed to be nothing more than guideposts. (When asked why he decided to call them "Rules", Gint countered, "Would you buy a book called Suggestions of Acquisition?")
In his dream, Quark visualized Gint as resembling his brother Rom. (DS9: "Body Parts")
Gint was played by actor Max Grodénchik in an effort to intentionally resemble his character of Rom.