Li'l Judd

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Li'l Judd
Li'l Judd S2.png
Species Cat
Hair color
Eye color Black
Gender Male
Relations Judd (older clone)
Location Inkopolis Square
Breaking news! We've confirmed the identity of the furry creature seen previously in both video footage and the recent Testfire event! Ready for it? Everyone, meet Li'l Judd!

Okay, I'll be the first to admit he's adorable, but from what we've been able to observe, he's gunning for Judd's spot as premier Turf War judge like a bloodthirsty tiger crouching in the jungle underbrush. The details of his origins are still shrouded in mystery, but rest assured our research on this fuzzy subject will continue.

Li'l Judd is a cat in Splatoon 2 that resembles a smaller version of Judd, with whom he judges multiplayer matches.


Like Judd, Li'l Judd is a bipedal domestic cat with a large head and body, small limbs, a tail that ends in an arrow shape, and tuxedo-like fur patterning. However, Li'l Judd has a smaller face in relation to his head, and his eyes are small and beady. His fur is fuzzier, and has a much lighter color. Additionally, his limbs are even smaller in comparison to his body.

Splatoon 2

Together with Judd, Li'l Judd judges Turf Wars and Ranked Battles. Judd represents the player's team, called "Good Guys", and Li'l Judd represents the enemy team, called "Bad Guys". When the "Good Guys" win, Judd brandishes a flag in their ink color and Li'l Judd falls down in defeat; the opposite happens when the "Bad Guys" win. Li'l Judd can also be seen in Inkopolis Square sitting on top of a sleeping Judd. In Sunken Scroll 27, it is implied that Li'l Judd is a clone of Judd, created upon reactivating the device that brought him to the future.

According to Live from Squid Research Lab, Li'l Judd wants to take over Judd's job.[1]


"Meow! (Looks like you've leveled up enough to put your skills to the test in Ranked Battles! Ranked battles are for Inklings who mean business. Press Button1 Minus.png in the lobby to check out the rules.)" --Said after reaching Level 10.

"Meow! (Do you have any Ability Chunks yet? When you scrub gear or reallocate abilities, the original abilities become ability chunks. Ability chunks don't do much by themselves, but you can combine them to make abilities on demand! And keep an eye out for the young urchin lad. He knows just what to do with ability chunks!)"

"Meow! (To master Shooters, it's impurrtant to get your reticle firmly on your opponent. When you've got the enemy in your sights, the reticle will change into an × symbol. Wait to see this symbol before pressing Button1 ZR.png to pull the trigger. And when your attack strikes your opponent, you should be able to hear and see it. Knowing whether you're hitting the opponent or not will help you adjust your aim if necessary.)"

"Meow! (Splash Walls and Ballers can prevent your ink from hitting your target. However, if either of them hit a Splat Bomb or Suction Bomb, the bomb will detonate immediately. Use this fact to destroy Splash Walls and Ballers quickly!)"

"Mew! (Keep an eye on the icons at the top of the screen to see which team has the advantage. Tread carefully if your team's numbers are low, and be bold if you've got the enemy on the ropes!)"

"Mew! (Swimming around fast in ink will make little ripples that your opponent's might notice. Tilt Button1 LS.png gently to swim slowly and sneak up on opponents without making a splash!)"

"Mew! (In Tower Control, the team that rides the tower into the opponent's goal wins. You can make the tower's path safer by splatting any oppawnents in its way ahead of time.)"

"Mew! (In Splat Zones, the team that keeps control of the Splat Zones in the stage wins! You'll need to plan out the best way to keep the Splat Zones free of enemy ink. Don't try to be a hero. Coordinate and attack together as a four-purrson team!)"

"Mew! (In Rainmaker, the team that carries the Rainmaker to the other team's goal wins. The Rainmaker is powerful, but it's not good at close range. Work with your team to stay safe.)"


  • According to the relationship chart posted by Nintendo, Li'l Judd was aware from the moment he was born that he is a clone of Judd.[2]
  • The Art of Splatoon 2 states that Li'l Judd "is waiting for his chance to stab Judd in the back".





Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
FlagJapan.svg Japanese コジャッジくん
Mr. Little Judge
FlagNetherlands.svg Dutch Justus jr. From "Justus" (male given name derived from latin "iustus" which stands for the adjective just) and jr. (junior)
FlagFrance.svg French Mini Charbitre Pun on "chat" (cat) and "arbitre" (referee), with mini at the beginning
FlagGermany.svg German Mini-Miezrichter Pun on "Schiedsrichter" (referee) and "Miez" (kitty), with mini at the beginning
FlagItaly.svg Italian Giudigattino Pun on "giudice" (judge) and "gattino" (kitten)
FlagRussia.svg Russian Судокотик
FlagSpain.svg Spanish Justito From "justo" (fair) with the "-ito" diminutive.