Some how maybe because I haven't transformed Megatronus in a while, but I just noticed that Bludgeon has fake kibble. Normally when a toy has fake kibble it's because the animation model was done first and there's no physical way for the toy to transform the way the animation model does so the toy gets some fake parts. Bludgeon is the only character I can recall being made as a toy first (unless there's an animation model we don't know about) that also includes fake kibble. The design of the robot mode's chest can be seen in vehicle mode except that's not actually the chest. He clearly has treads on his shoulders except the arms transform into the turret. The treads are entirely formed by just the legs. I can kind of understand the chest plate because that's such a unique part of Bludgeon's design they probably just wanted to incorporate it into the vehicle mode. However there's absolutely no reason for him to have treads molded into his shoulders. Unless of course the animators already designed him to look that way and Hasbro figured that kinda looks like Megatronus, we can just remold him with fake treads to look like that animation model. I normally don't use toys to speculate about characters appearing in the cartoon... especially retools... but I don't know of any toy only only characters with fake kibble like this. It would make sense if Megatronus had it too and was just a left over from that original mold but this is a part that's only on this version. Megatronus didn't have fake treads. Maybe someone could give me another example of this happening that either I forgot about or didn't know about. Maybe you agree with my theory. Maybe you have a different theory as to why this mold has fake treads molded into his shoulders. I don't know. Discuss.