Mark Hamill
Mark Hamill gestures as he arrives at the European Premiere of Star Wars, The Force Awakens in Leicester Square, London, December 16, 2015. Reuters/Paul Hackett

Luke Skywalker is not alone on Ahch-To, new details about “Star Wars: Episode 8” reveal. The planet is supposedly inhabited, according to the leaked report. There are also details about a battle against a sea monster that is featured on this planet.

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Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) is not alone on Ahch-To, according to a report by Making Star Wars. Little alien creatures supposedly live on this planet. The creatures have been described to be 15 inches tall and resemble the Puffin birds.

The creatures are rumoured to have razor sharp teeth, and sources close to the movie have said that they are mixture of a bird and a Gremlin. One source compared it to the Furby toys available in the market right now. Puppets have been used to bring these aliens to life in the movie.

The aliens on Ahch-To don’t allow anyone to stay there. “Star Wars: Episode 8” will reveal that Luke Skywalker has permission from the original inhabitants of the planet to stay. Hamill’s character now sees his role as “protector” of the islands on this planet.

So, when Rey (Daisy Ridley) comes to the planet, she doesn’t have permission to stay. She will have to battle a sea monster and defeat it in order to prove her worthiness to stay on the planet. This part of defeating the monster to gain entry is yet to be confirmed, he scene may not related to her getting permission to stay.

In the fight sequence between the monster and Rey, Ridley is said to be wearing a black cloak. There are no details about how she fights the creature.

Luke is rumoured to have gone in search of the first Jedi temple. Will “Star Wars: Episode 8” reveal the sacred place to be located on Ahch-To? If Hamill’s character sees himself as a “protector” of this place, it would partly explain his long absence and reluctance to leave.