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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
The Lyrans are human-sized cats that bore a distinct similarity to Terran lynxes in both appearance and temperament. Bitter enemies of the Kzintis (tigermen eight feet tall), the Lyrans were staunch allies of the Klingons and enemies of the Hydrans as well. Like Kzintis, Lyrans were carnivores known to eat their captives on rare occasions. The Federation assigned each Lyran ship-type a "reporting name" to keep them separate. Lyrans were organized as a feudal society. Twenty-one counties each had a squadron of ships lead by a heavy cruiser; four dukes had dreadnoughts to lead the four fleets, while the king-emperor commanded from the capital.
As the General War dragged on, electronic warfare during direct combat became more and more important. Scouts could jam enemy fire control, “burn through” enemy jamming, and control vast numbers of seeking weapons. Scouts were originally built on the smallest and cheapest of warship hulls, but by the middle of the General War such small ships were easily destroyed by a single volley of the enemy fleet. The only solution was to build scouts on larger and larger hulls that could survive enemy attacks and had enough power to perform all of the required missions. The Lyrans converted their Jaguar war cruiser design (using plans originally developed by the Lyran Democratic Republic for which the Lyrans traded the plans for the light tactical transport) into a highly successful scout design.
The ship is available in a variety of materials. Ships are unpainted, use standard flight stands available from many sources, and, while designed for gaming, make fine display pieces.