Even when he does reappear, he'll be pretty much unidentifiable as this Blaster, being essentially the Alliance's slightly hip secretary "Basically dudes, it seems Unicron did enough", whilst reading aloud to them, looking horrified in the background of shots, and getting blasted apart in the background of shots. A certain toughness will be implied by virtue of a) being one of the last five on Klo, and b) getting up again after what looked like a bad hit and fighting in the final battle whilst bandaged (?!), but that's it. The battles on the moon are good, and it's a pleasure to see most of Team Ark all together again, plus the occasional Wrecker. Perhaps Sandstorm, Broadside, and Twin-Twist have pen-pals on the Ark and Springer and Grimlock organised some kind of student exchange scheme? For UK fans, Skids' presence is harder to fathom, but maybe he has a brother. Maybe the original pre-crystal Skids was a Wrecker and came to Earth occasionally under the same scheme. Regardless, notably, the 'camera' more or less entirely stays with the Ark brigade during the battle, with Formic Morecambe's team almost ignored, apart from himself. He, once again, super super robot that he is, does absolutely nothing of consequence during the battle, other than abdicate responsibility to a floppy disk. Good, too, to see the final rescue of the original Decepticons.