In routine mission to explore the unknown regions of space with our allies the Gundam Collective we stumbled upon an uncharted section of the extended outer rim we named Ja1-Ma!_KA. According to my preliminary scans this sector demonstrates similar characteristics as the charted “Planet Cubicle” explored by our allies a few years prior.

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Agility and Skill

After landing in a permacrete structure encountered a giant feline beast, who, at first seemed a threat. We resisted the urge to open fire as the creature had closed the gap with such agility and skill we could have been destroyed even before realizing there was a presence watching us.

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We remained silent as the creature seemed to inquisitively investigate our presence as it sniffed around us, its giant nostrils momentarily disturbing the de-pressurization sensors in my cockpit. It was at this point I closed my eyes fearing that with one fell swoop of its earth shaking paws I would have perished on my 19th exploration mission for the Empire.

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Whiskers meet armour

It was then a transmission came though to the pilot of the Gundam Astraea Type-F which seemed to startle the creature, its whiskers producing a near-unbearable sound as it passed across my colleague’s gundanium alloy armour.

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I closed my eyes and instinctively started the launch sequence for my First Order Special Forces TIE Fighter; the computers beeped giving me the all clear to launch.

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I peered around to see a final glimpse of the creature as disappeared into the distance towards a large lake. I breathed a sigh of relief as I remembered the dismembered remains of Chibi Gundam Exia who fell to an opponent named cHiLd.

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Code-name assigned

I have hereby chosen to assign the giant feline the code name LYNXX, I will endeavor to return to provide intelligence to the science bureau as we learn about more uncharted lands for the glory of the Empire.

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