Krok had a bit of a spotlight as Bludgeon's buddy.
I really liked Executive Assistant Krok. Fangry also got his first distinct portrayal in that time, and the dynamic between all of them felt like it had potential. I would've loved to have seen more of Bludgeon's early leadership, especially since his spirituality was an interesting contrast to the pragmatism of almost all of the 'Con commanders that preceded him. (Thunderwing is the exception that makes me say "almost", but even he was spiritual only in the sense of being obsessed with acquiring a mystic artifact. Bludgeon seemed like he had some sort of honor-centric worldview built around his quasi-theology.) I could imagine Krok bringing the pragmatism in, with Fangry being a ballsier Starscream who represents the need for Bludgeon to prove himself as leader. And to go fully into headcanon territory, I also like the idea of Octopunch and Stranglehold becoming Bludgeon's personal enforcers, their service to him in the Mayhem Attack Squad being rewarded with high positions.
If only Furman had been able to revisit that series and explore the concepts he'd had to aband-- oh, right.