Judge Dredd Miniatures Game Resources

These handy rules reference sheets for the Judge Dredd Miniatures Game showcase the most common actions, game effects and modifiers, hyper convenient for looking things up in the throes of a Mega-City street brawl! Handily, it also features a comprehensive weapons reference chart, including all the new weapons featured in the Block War expansion!

Both a double-sided portrait version and a single-sided landscape version (shown below) are available for you to print off and reference at your leisure.

2000 AD Prog #2 – Judge Whitey

This scenario is based upon Judge Dredd’s very first story, which appeared in prog #2 of 2000 AD and was reprinted in Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 01. ‘Whitey’ would attempt to take his revenge on Dredd a handful of times after this first altercation before being killed by the Judge in prog #520.

This scenario was written by Paul Mathews.

2000 AD Prog #520-531 – Hour of the Wolf

This scenario is based on the Judge Anderson solo story of the same name. It ran through progs 520 – 531 of 2000 AD and was also reprinted in Judge Anderson: The Psi Files Volume 01. Hour of the Wolf re-established Orlok as a recurring Judge Dredd villain. He would return to plague Dredd and Mega-City One numerous
times. The assassin finally met his end in prog 1337, having been executed for the deaths of 800,000 Mega-City One Citizens in the tourist attraction known as Sin City.

This scenario was written by Paul Mathews.

2000 AD Prog #89-108 – The Day the Law Died

This scenario is based upon the Judge Dredd epic entitled Judge Cal. This story, which marked the debut of the Kleggs, ran through progs #89 – 108 of 2000AD and was reprinted in Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 02.

This scenario was written by Paul Mathews.

2000 AD Prog #273-274 – The Food Raid

The Fatties first appeared in 2000 AD in progs 273 & 274 with the classic League of Fatties story. Fatties would make several appearances in both 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine including the storyline ‘Requiem for a Heavyweight’.

When food rationing was enforced following the Apocalypse War of 2104, the fatties were left distraught. Begging and fraud spread throughout Mega-City One. On the flipside, many ‘norms’ began assaulting them for being fat whilst many were starving (and some suggested eating fatties as a compromise). After numerous protests and rallies, the situation escalated and finally, the short-lived criminal League of Fatties was created by Chairfatty Dick Porker to ‘Fight for Food’. This narrative scenario recreates the first of their food raids.

This scenario was written by Alan Graham

Judge Dredd Annual 1982 – Mega-City Rumble

Block Wars continue to be a very real problem in Mega-City One. Cutting-edge weaponry combined with trigger-happy civilians often leads to episodes of explosive violence between neighbouring habitation blocks. Jimmy Clitheroe and John Wayne are two such city blocks. Each is home to thousands of civilians, and all of them are still angry after a disputed result in a recent Shuggy championship played between the two blocks. Tonight, the Citi-Def forces of John Wayne have discovered a squad from Jimmy Clitheroe attempting to plant a bomb in the sub-basement of John Wayne. Justice Department have dispatched Judge Dredd to deal with the resulting outbreak of blazing violence.

This scenario is based on the story Mega-City Rumble as seen in Judge Dredd Annual 1982. This story was also reprinted in Judge Dredd: The Restricted Files 01.

This scenario was written by Paul Mathews

2000 AD Prog #331-334 – Requiem for the Heavyweights

Mega-City One has won the Apocalypse War against the Sov Block. Now, however, the next battle begins – the battle to rebuild. In the grim aftermath, food, shelter, and manpower are in desperately short supply as Mega-City One has suffered horrific casualties and catastrophic damage to its infrastructure. None feel this shortage in food more than the Fatties. With appetites as big as their gargantuan frames, these foodies are now confined to segregated blocks where they can be fed in moderation.

One such block is the Frank Cannon Segregation Block for the Excessively Fat. For the most part, the Fatties therein have surrendered to both their fates and their shrinking bellies. But, when an anonymous broadcast declares piles of scrumptious grub are waiting just beyond the block’s locked gates, the Fatties go on the rampage, desperate to bust out of the block and feast on the promised food.

This scenario is based on the story ‘Requiem for a Heavyweight’ as seen in 2000 AD progs 331–334. This story was also reprinted in Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 07.

This scenario was written by Paul Mathews

2000 AD Prog #147 – Judge Minty

Judge Minty debuted in the eponymous Judge Dredd story as seen in prog #147 of 2000 AD and Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 03. At the conclusion of this story, Minty is seen taking the Long Walk into the Cursed Earth, there to take the Law to the lawless.

Though details of Minty’s Long Walk have never been detailed canonically in the pages of 2000 AD, the popular 2013 fan-made short film hypothesises what might have befallen the ageing lawman after he left Mega-City One. This scenario, similarly, presents another possible encounter Minty might have had on his long trek through the Cursed Earth.

Leaving behind the crushing hopelessness and authoritarianism of life in Mega-City One, convoys of hell trekkers venture into the Cursed Earth in search of a place to create a new and more emancipated existence. Having joined one such hell trek, the Gizzard family have been left behind by the convoy after their vehicle broke down. They are now the target of marauding Cursed Earth mutants seeking spare parts, new clothes and fresh meat. Fortunately for the Gizzards, they are not alone. Picking up their distress call on his helmet radio, Judge Minty has come to their aid.

This scenario was written by Paul Mathews