Planet-Eater Reincarnation (in Star Wars)
He wakes up without being able to see, taste or hear. Or even smell! But, after developing an eye for himself, he's able to recognize two facts: one, he is no longer human, and two, he's not on Earth anymore. He's in the middle of an asteroid field, stuck on a moderately large one with nothing around him but endless space. Heck, he's not even in the solar system!
And now it's up to him to grow larger and stronger in order to avoid being eaten. Going by the leviathan-sized creatures swimming about the asteroid field, he has a long way to go before he can so much as try to live calmly.
Don't let the fanfiction tag scare you off. This only barely takes place in that universe since I like the basics of the lore and nothing more. It will barely feature a single prominent character, and the focus will mostly just be on the main character trying to grow himself out of danger, in the meantime denying the very idea that he could possibly be lonely.
The first few dozen chapters will entirely focus on him growing from almost a gnat all the way to a real asteroid-eater. After that, an actual story will appear.
Got the idea when I was reading the 2017 Darth Vader comic and my mind suddenly flashed back to that scene in the original trilogy when they're in some asteroid field and almost get eaten by a big monster. I loved that scene, and my inhibitions will no longer chain me. Enjoy, but don't take this too seriously.
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I like the Author and his works.
I love the idea for this story. Concept is unconventional and light.
I strongly support only tangential connection of the story to Star Wars Universe.
I hope the story will be long, regularly updated and written with similar high standards as other works of Palt.
a solid story that gives what it promisses a reincarnation into alien/monster story where the mc has potential for limitless growth. this story is good for what it is a simple road of constant growth.while so far there is nothing really intricit it does not really need it to be good. its just a fun story watching the mc fight for his life in a cruel galaxy as he grows stronger. it reminds me of some of the earlier chapters of snake report. its simplicity is actually one of its selling points its the kind of story where you can turn your brain off and enjoy like a good b horror movie.if you want a story where you can just enjoy the ride i recomend it.if you are looking for a intricit and complex story with lots of development with an indepth power system then you are in the wrong place. its got a good few laughs from me and im happy with what i got. really hope the auther does not get detered by people who get mad that this story is not what they wanted like i have seen many of these kinds of storys on this site.
You have probably never read about a Star Wars reincarnated as a friendly planet-eater fanfic. Actually you are unlikely to even find a SW isekai that is not about the Jedi or the Sith. Yes, the concept is original and stays true to itself. No harem out of nowhere, no sudden human transformation, no forest bandit attacking a merchant, no following the movie plot, no nasty surprise. If the trope does not make sense then it is not in the story.
The execution however is very unoriginal. This might not disappoint that many readers. Some actually expect isekai to follow a certain pace and some criteria. Thus you get a standard LitRPG -- literary RPG. You get blue boxes, many blue boxes filled with numbers that keep increasing. You also get a slow and long solitary road to power, unlimited power.
Once the story gets started, Mort--the protagonist--just tries to befriend everyone like the big pacifist puppy that he is. By the time you reach that point you would expect nothing less. Mort is voluntarily written as a naïve character. Yes, the SW world is dystopic--always in a state of war--and Mort does seem out of place in SW. Foreboding? Maybe, but they may not actually be able to hurt him.
I like this story, I mean it's decently well written, and it's one of my better liked less serious stories. I will say that I agree with the author that monster MC are one of the best...tropes? I think it's a trope, so I'm calling it that. Anyway as it is now, it has potential to be a good story, but it's...kinda bland? There hasn't really been a lot of excitement. Specifically the 'I want the MC to succeed in there goal' not just 'Don't die'.
This story is amazing. A real page-turner, even if the main character seems a little... slow? Dull? Not quite either of those, but almost? Ah, I'm not sure how to word it. I have one question for the author though, as they tend to answer review questions in the author notes of new chapters - can the MC grow a tentacle inside of another tentacle? Like tiny muscles? Or perhaps a tiny tentacle with an eye on the end, so they don't have to force their body into small spaces that they want to peek inside of? Maybe they could look inside themself? Grow an eye inside the main mouth? Who knows! I'm definitely curious, though. Also, could they grow a pocket out of themselves? Like a Venus fly trap opening of tentacles? They could safely move living things that way.
Also, could they just grow eyes on eyes one eyes to get compound eyes? 🤔
I'd love to finally see the whole "memories" from crystals bit explored more in-depth, too!
At chapter 25
There's not much story yet, but it makes sense as in the story
He has just reached a (Jedi?) temple on his first visited (crashlanded on) planet. Not enough story to judge it really.
I'm quite curious about the time period in that universe. It feels satisfying enough to read and I do search for the next chapter button. Grammar seems to have no problems, romance is impossible with his looks, which is a good thing for me. MC's quite calm usually as he can't feel pain. I think this is my first review on RR and as a guy who likes stuff explained nice, simple and fast, I don't appreciate the 200 word requirement. I don't really know what falls into it's category, but as I found no problems that I could relate to the word style, it is probably fine.
A couple more curiosities: how is he going to interract with other characters? Will he find a way to actually become smaller, or just use the same tactic as with the temple? How's he gonna leave the planet? Advanced reviews on RR are a no go. I'm not a girl, my mom or my language teacher, I'm not good enough at blabbering about useless stuff to leave advanced reviews.
[done at ch. 19] We need more space tentacle monsters, be they in the Star Wars universe or not. This story has been enjoyable from the start and it's getting better. Would be nice to see our MC interact with other sapients though. Now that's all that I've got to say on it but the review must be 50 words long so this is a bit awkward... have a good day I guess?
Space tentacle monster, but not like what you're thinking. Om nom nom.
Fun story, I found this because of his ongoing other fictions. Simple to enjoy and see where it goes. If you're looking to kill some time without getting sucked into a lengthy new fantasy fic, here you are.
Okay, it's a fun story about a monster/giant space alien. So far the story hasn't done any of the cringe things fanfictions tend to do and all in all, has been a very unique and very enjoyable story. All ask is that you give it a go.
Also, bring back the pet bug I miss him very very much :(
Attention! To the Jedi scum who will eventually break into these records and decrypt the missives that have occured halt. For anyone else who may be aligned with the Empire, proceed.
This tale is a grand one of mythical creatures, super powered light beams, ten thousand ton monsters, and one heluva guy. It's a wonderful tale that really brings backstory into the world of these strong and proud Empire.