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Bludgeon is a Decepticon from the Revenge of the Fallen portion of the live-action film series continuity family.


Bludgeon was nearly destroyed in a fight with the metallikato master Whirl. Forced to retreat and hide, he scanned a new vehicle mode and disappeared into the southeast Asian jungle. He is desperate to get his revenge on the Autobot.

Like Whirl, Bludgeon is also a master of Metallikato. His favourite weapon is his Cybertainium forged Katana. On Cybertron he used to train with his only friend, Banzaitron. He is a feared opponent among the Autobot ranks.


Titan Magazines

Located in Bloemfontein, South Africa, is the NEST maximum-security containment facility and Bludgeon is about to escape. Breakdown looks on as he reveals a Scalpel from his arm, who cuts through Bludgeon's chains. He pulls out his Katana and cuts through the cage.

NEST detect the breach and send Smokescreen, Brawn and Wideload to counter. Bludgeon frees Breakdown. After Breakdown insults Bludgeon, he disciplines him by stabbing Breakdown through the Spark chamber, killing him.

He later frees the other Decepticons, including Lockdown and Reverb, who were being held in the facility. Inside Out!

Unite for the Universe

IDW movie comics


Revenge of the Fallen

  • Master of Metallikato (Deluxe, Toys R Us exclusive multi-pack, 2009)

Deluxe class Bludegon

Bludegon is a redeco of Wreckage, with no remoulding. He is green and brown and turns into a personal assault carrier. He is packaged with Whirl.
  • Bludgeon (Voyager, 2009)

Bludgeon is back, Whirl isn't. HAHA!

Bludgeon is now a green Japanese tank. His humanoid mode resembles a samurai with two Japanese swords and a skull mask. This is actually directly related to his deluxe-class component, saying that he was badly damaged by Whirl and fled to South-East Asian Jungles to make repairs. His humanoid mode resemble his Generation 1 counterpart's outer shell.
This mould was repainted into Transformers Banzaitron.

I cannot remain in this unacceptable operational status!

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