Judge Dredd is undoubtedly the most famous character from Rebellion’s iconic 2000 AD series, but characters like Strontium Dog (a galaxy bounty hunter from 2180) and Rogue Trooper (a genetically changed superhero solider).
We don’t have a cover preview for Tour of Nu-Earth 1 yet, but three internal sheets have been shared, or six pages, from the book.
These previews suggest that the book will have;
- Six ready to run Mission Reports (and it looks like a typo on the graphic still needs to be sorted out)
- Scenario guidance for both Nort and Souther PCs
- New equipment options such as variant hoppers
A summary adds;
In an alternative future where vast interstellar corporations reign supreme there is only one thing that dominates each citizen’s life… war! The Great Nordland Republic and Souther Confederacy have been battling for longer than anyone living can remember, although that isn’t surprising considering the countless conflicts that have claimed billions of lives across innumerable battlefields.
The battle between the Nort and Souther armies is heavily focussed on Nu-Earth, a prized transit point close to a black hole providing access to other parts of the galaxy. After years of chemical and biological warfare waged by both sides, the atmosphere and biology of Nu-Earth is often toxic and deadly in the extreme. With both sides seemingly stuck in a stalemate that claims thousands of lives almost hourly, can your actions provide the heroics that break the sickening deadlock?
Tour of Nu-Earth 1 is a collection of scenarios written for the Rogue Trooper roleplaying game. The anthology presents several adventures that can each be run as a solo scenario or easily dropped into an already established campaign. Pull on your chemsuit and check your ammunition, there’s a war to win soldier!
Requires the Judge Dredd & The Worlds of 2000 AD core rulebook and Rogue Trooper supplement.
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