Splatoon 2 Judd Plush – Judd (Japanese: ジャッジくん Jajji-kun) is a cat in Splatoon and Splatoon 2 that plays the role of judge in Multiplayer matches. Unlike other characters, he seems to play a larger role in Splatoon’s story that remains a mystery. Splatoon 2 Judd Plush
Judd was born with the incredible ability to judge turf area at a glance to separate the winners from the losers. It may look like he is wearing a snazzy cat tuxedo, but that’s actually just the naturally occurring pattern of his fur. He is also a bit lazy, just like most cats, but is much more active during the night. This is shown in Splatfests, where he can be found dancing and saying, “Meow!” Splatoon 2 Judd Plush
As depicted in the Sunken Scrolls, Judd’s appearance has changed over time. Judd seems to resemble more of what he currently looks like in the present according to Sunken Scroll #25, but looks much younger and smaller in appearance. Splatoon 2 Judd Plush In Sunken Scrolls #4 and #15, Judd appears to be much smaller and thinner than his current form. Sunken Scroll #14, which was documented at the end of the Great Turf War, shows that between the time of scrolls #15 and #14, he has recaptured his much “heftier” appearance. Splatoon 2 Judd Plush
According to the Sunken Scrolls, Judd is more than 10,000 years old, as his original human owner is implied to have built a capsule designed to keep Judd cryogenically sealed for 10,000 years. Because of this, Judd was the only land life form that wasn’t buried beneath the rising sea levels during the mass extinction at the beginning of the Mollusc Era. Splatoon 2 Judd Plush
Judd may have been released from cryogenic stasis at around 2,000 years before the events of Splatoon, as there are Sunken Scrolls depicting Judd judging ancient Turf Wars and the Great Turf War. super mario nendoroid
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