Rogue Trooper: In The Battle For Nu-Earth, Choosing A Side Is Never Straightforward

Rogue Trooper, a full-colour hardcover setting book for Judge Dredd & The Worlds of 2000 AD, is now available to buy!

After a wildly successful Kickstarter in late 2018, Judge Dredd & The Worlds of 2000 AD launched last year, in 2019. In the year since then we've published several adventure books set in Dredd's world, as well as two hardcover setting books - Strontium Dog, and now Rogue Trooper! This year - with the pandemic creating obstacles! - the 2000 AD RPG line became available in hobby stores in Europe and America.


In Rogue Trooper’s universe, the battle for Nu-Earth dominates everything. The Greater Nordland Republic and the Souther Confederacy wage an endless war for control of a poisoned planet. Desperate for an edge, the Southers have developed superhuman soldiers known as Genetic Infantrymen, or GIs, and thrown them against their enemy in the hopes of stalling the Nort’s inexorable advance. Despite being outgunned and outnumbered, even a single GI can often be enough to turn the tide of a battle.

Whether as an enlisted human or GI clone, it’s time to join the Souther defence against the relentless assault of the Norts. Welcome to Nu-Earth. Do not leave home without your chemsuit.

Rogue Trooper offers several new species such as the Genetic Infantryman and Srigoi, a raft of new careers that define a character’s military service on either side of the conflict, new equipment and vehicles designed to keep the characters safe during their mission, a full gazetteer of Nu-Earth, plus tips and trick to running games of Rogue Trooper in other settings with different themes. Set against the backdrop of the unending war for control of Nu-Earth, this supplement provides a completely new experience for the Judge Dredd & the World of 2000 AD roleplaying game.

Requires the use of the Judge Dredd & the Worlds of 2000 AD core rulebook.
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Russ Morrissey

Russ Morrissey


Well, that was fun
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No covers? That sounds like a printing issue! I've never heard of that happening!

If you contact DTRPG they'll send you a replacement.

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