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Bludgeon

 

Decepticon

Function: Interrogation & Electric Warrior Bodyguard

 



Modes

 

Parts

Small Sword
Sword

 

Tech Spec

"To know your limits, you must first know your foe's limits."
A merciless, emotionless master of Metalikato, the deadly Cybertronian martial art, he attacks his emenies' fracture points while remaining outside their line of fire. High-powered antennas produce electrical fireballs with a range of over 400 yards. His battle armor secretes odorous, mucus slime. Smoke generators in his legs produce billowing clouds of black smoke that disorient the enemy. The inner robot is armed with a high-voltage electric cannon.

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available with San Diego Comic Con 2013 Hound (2013), San Diego Comic Con 2013 Jetfire (2013), San Diego Comic Con 2013 Blaster (2013), San Diego Comic Con 2013 Steeljaw (2013), San Diego Comic Con 2013 Ramhorn (2013), San Diego Comic Con 2013 Eject (2013), and San Diego Comic Con 2013 Ravage (2013) exclusively at San Diego Comic Con 2013 in 2013.

Additional Versions of Bludgeon:

Bludgeon
(1989)
Recolors: This mold was never recolored.
Remolds: This figure was remolded from the G.I. Joe Retaliation figue Budo. Please see his entry at YoJoe.com.

Name Reuses: The name Bludgeon was reassigned to Robots In Disguise Bludgeon (2003), Movie Decepticon Bludgeon (2009-2010), Kre-O Decepticon Bludgeon (2013), and Prime Decepticon Bludgeon (2014, Europe, Canada, Hong Kong).

The name Bludgeon was modified and reassigned to Deceptihog Bludgeon (2014).