Entry 2: Terra Zoi

Day 2:

After a full day of exploration, I have finally found a suitable spot to set up camp. DOG and I spent the better part of the morning scouting the area, and we were fortunate to come across a small river running parallel to a small clearing. It was a perfect location for the night, and we wasted no time in setting up our temporary home.

As I was finishing setting up the last of the equipment, I caught sight of movement in the bushes nearby. Slowly, I moved towards the source of the sound and saw a group of xenos lurking in the shadows. My heart rate quickened as I realized they were Bunios. These were creatures I had only read about in books and seen in simulations.

Ten of them, at least, were hunting together in their notorious pack-hunting behavior. Their razor-sharp teeth and lethal talons glistened in the light as they moved through the underbrush. It was an awe-inspiring sight, and I couldn't help but feel a rush of excitement mixed with fear.

As they neared my campsite, I made the decision to stand my ground. I knew that Bunios were dangerous, but I was not going to let them intimidate me. To my surprise, they stopped and stared at me for a moment before retreating back into the bushes. It was then that I noticed the youngest of the group, a small Bunio, trailing behind its pack.

It was alone and clearly lost, so I approached it with caution, observing its behavior carefully. It seemed unthreatening, and I couldn't help but feel a sense of empathy for the small creature. I decided to take it in and care for it, naming it Bunio.

Despite their menacing reputation, the Bunios are creatures that deserve our attention and protection, and I am excited to learn more about this unique species. I am grateful for this opportunity to observe their behavior up close, and I can only imagine what else Terra Zoi has in store for us.

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