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Monster power fantasy. Eat and become Stronger, Bigger, Dominant.

Rain is a survivor who got the short end of the stick in life. Reborn as a terrifying and dangerous monster everything changes and he has the chance to truly grow.

An entertaining popcorn monster fantasy intended to be incredibly visceral and raw. It is set in a litrpg world with a slow burn on the litrpg elements. 

A few of the many art things I've painted for this story:

Aggressive Characters Animal Characteristics Antihero Protagonist Beastkin Beasts Confident Protagonist Demi-Humans Fearless Protagonist Gore Hiding True Identity Monster Girls Monsters Non-human Protagonist Nudity Possessive Characters R-18 Reincarnated as a Monster Revenge Ruthless Protagonist Selfish Protagonist Sex Friends Shameless Protagonist Strength-based Social Hierarchy Underestimated Protagonist Werebeasts
Table of Contents 108
  1. Chapter 108Nov 6, 2021
  2. Chapter 107Oct 23, 2021
  3. Chapter 106Oct 22, 2021
  4. Chapter 105Oct 17, 2021
  5. Chapter 104Oct 7, 2021
  6. Chapter 103Sep 17, 2021
  7. Chapter 102Sep 16, 2021
  8. Chapter 101Sep 10, 2021
  9. Chapter 100Sep 9, 2021
  10. Chapter 99Sep 3, 2021
  11. Chapter 98Sep 1, 2021
  12. Chapter 97Aug 27, 2021
  13. Chapter 96Aug 25, 2021
  14. Chapter 95Aug 20, 2021
  15. Chapter 94Aug 20, 2021
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      New lord_endermutt
      Status: c62

      Too much identity politics 

      Some sjw feminist blm bullsh*t 

      I want to see an edgy story not some bullsh*t about monster racism 

      MC gets tortured and killed and theirs no satisfying revenge 

      And most of his enemies seem to all of a sudden have a deeper background as the story progresses 

      We get hints of world building it just disappears and author just goes back to their female characters 

      Stick to erotica author you seem to be good at that

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      New scorpia95
      Status: chapter 105

      Great novel with frequent releases (on patreon). I love this book!

      It's about a human turned monster who grows by eating. He's been beaten down, betrayed, and suffers from a tragic past. Waking up to his new life, he takes to his new life of a monster, gets a goblin girlfriend, and eats his way to the top of the foodchain.

      Honestly, the cover kept me from reading the novel at first, but I'm so glad I gave it a chance!

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      Status: chapter 18

      This is a good read, the highlight being the fight descriptions. They're brutal, bloody and nasty. The author has a real talent for them.

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      Status: chapter 103

      You know the murderhobo "hero" your fourteen-year-old self set upon everything that moved for fun and profit in Skyrim? The world of Dreadwolf is ruled by them. Levelers they're called: sick, twisted people corrupted by an RPG-like system. Killing monsters, intelligent or not, grants them instantaneous spikes in power. Murder a family of goblins and their pet? You're now as strong as three regular men. Slaughter a few thousand tribes and you've the power of a nation in hand. Take the town of Lynthia's highest leveled citizen, it's "Ranker" for example. His sheer might grants him enough authority to mutilate someone of a lower level for having the audacity to take exception to him using his wife. 

      Dreadwolf is the story of the wretched son of said man, disbarred from society for being related to someone who would dare cross their betters. Rain seeks revenge upon those who oppressed him and his kin, and with the aid of a nightmarish benefactor that turns him into a dark-furred monster that grows stronger the more he consumes, he may just have it. 

      The setup is a snapshot of the sheer brutality and immorality an RPG world has the potential to create. It does an excellent job of establishing the tone of the story and carried my interest without feeling like gratuitous torture porn. A massive point in Dreadwolf's favor. It's far too easy to slip past Goblin Slayer and hit Redo of the Healer with this kind of piece. 

      The litRPG elements feel like an integral part of the story instead of window dressing, it colors the society and culture of the charecters, even if that means said society looks like a bedlam of greifers  and powergamers that only value life for how much exp it's worth. When I started, I was always hungry for the next chapter. Hungry to see Rain cry out against the cruel, unfair world he was born in.

      But my enthusiasm ebbed around chapter 30 and all but sputtered out by chapter 100.

      It wasn't the text, Dreadwolf is fairly competent in that sector. It's clean, easy to read, and free of any quirks that would warrant dropping the story. The only surface-level things that irritated me were the overuse of italicized actions "Rain moved". The first few times, it adds some power behind the mental image it paints, but after the twelfth time in a similar pattern as the last eleven, it just feels bland. This repetition problem, unfortunately, bites through Dreadwolf's prose and into the story itself. 

      You can see it in the later scenes of Rain eating or lewding. The general motion is samey enough to rob the reader of any sense of progression. Remember when I said that the setup avoids coming off as gratuitous? That bit of praise doesn't hold up past a certain point. I groaned under the weight (heh) of the formula used for R-18 scenes: which with slight variation, dangled a macrophilia and predator/prey fetish around for a bit followed by the love interests climaxing with a loud "AIIIEEEE!". It's like viewing generic H-events in a porn game. The first three instances are fine, but anything more feels awkward at best and annoying at worst. Whenever Rain "chops" meat or eats it, it feels like I'm being fed the same meal with a different colored tablecloth. Of course, I've done enough commissions to understand that some may just want more of the same, so your mileage may vary. If this was my only problem with Dreadwolf, I'd have no problem granting it four stars, but the repetition goes even deeper than that. 

      Besides the narrative's constant indulgence in Rain eating and growing, displays of how crappy levelers are through shock-seeking scenes overcrowd honest worldbuilding, character development, and plot progression. The way antagonists and even the common folk act quickly crosses the fence between practical, malefic evil, and dumb self-destructive evil. There's a point where an inanely cutthroat society leaves you wondering how there're any throats left to cut. I hoped that Dreadwolf would handle the dark, edgy stuff well given how the first few chapters performed, but my hope suffered a painful ignoble death like most of the characters. It doesn't help that the story takes every opportunity to rub your nose in it for what feels like its own sake. I get it. The thing Rain turned into is a primal devourer, levelers are sick and twisted, and the world is dark. I'd like more things to help me latch on to these aspects, more things to make me care. As it is, there's barely enough to keep me invested. Every time significant scenes are passed over or interrupted by a leveler stabbing or abusesing another to prove how screwed up they are, every time Rain gorges on his kills while the narrative enthusiastically declares that he needs more more MORE, it gets less entertaining and more exhausting. I'm disappointed, and I'm not sure if I'll keep reading. 

      Still, Dreadwolf is an entertaining piece. I honestly enjoyed it and I don't regret binging it. Those of you who desire cruelty and blood cut with an occasional floofy fuwah fuwah moment may find none of the complaints I have against it. Quality-wise, the story defies Sturgeon's Law. I'd say it's worth a bite, you might like it. 

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      Status: chapter 32

      I like how unapologetic this novel is about being what it is, whever you like it or not is a matter of taste. The author really goes ham on the edgy dark fantasy tropes. What I don't like is the character being kind of stupid, letting adversaries go whithout chasing or monologuing like a cheap villain, but it does kinda make sense in the story so that's okay I guess. 10/10 IGN

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      Status: chapter 35 (r-18)

      This novel has the perfect balance between being descriptive, yet exciting to read. It has enough action, without taking away too much of the plot. It has some lemons, while still keeping up the pace, and actually building the relationship between the partners. Overall quite a good novel in my humble opinion, 10/10 would reccomend.

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      Status: chapter 30

      All he does is eat and eat and eat and eat and eat and eat and eat and eat. Every single Freaking chapter is all about him wanting to eat more and get bigger while not getting really stronger. Very boring and repetitive. I got tired or reading about him shoving bodies down his gullet. He is a boring edgy one dimensional character that has no redeeming qualities. I recommend you skip this unless you just enjoy dark edge lord wannabe.

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      Status: chapter 41

      Binge-read this story, and this story is so fun. How the author describe every action is just so amazing. Grammar, characters and story are excelent. I really recommend you to read this!

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      Status: chapter 20

      Been an OK read... I liked the premise of the MC needing to eat and get stronger.. and also the dark nature of the story. But it does gets a little repetitive (at least for me after 20 chapters in). The lack of no new evolutions, abilities, like skills or magic for the MC beyond just boring body growth is just a little disappointing. There is no real hook to keep wanting to read on after awhile and is more of the same. Maybe it is still early, who knows but I usually give at least 20 chapters to get the generic gist of how stories goes, and so far it hasn't been any special. Also with the intro of a certain character it did lose another half star for me, as I expected it to be a lot more darker (going from the first chapters) and more revenge focus but it kind of just devolved a little with this character making it more in line with a generic happy anime/probablygoingtobeanotherharem plot. Maybe it's just not for me.. but I'll keep reading for awhile hoping it will come good.

      I think I may have just been spoilt with other similar wolf MC stories like "The Familia Head was Reborn as a Wolf in Another World"

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      Status: chapter 81

      It is a very fun novel with interesting characters and its quality has only increased so far. It is always refreshing to read a novel that is out of the box.

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