Battletrap occasionally mulls the coincidence that his split Duocon forms were an early attempt in the Triple-Changer process developed by Shockwave. And years later, that very process saved him after being diagnosed with Machanimus Disjunctus. The two halves of his brain located in his separate vehicle modes were developing immunity to each other, preventing them from fully merging when attempting to combine into robot mode. Now with both parts of his brain reunited, Battletrap is rediscovering the full depths of his processors. He is still a Decepticon excited by the rough and tumble rather than intellectual pursuits, but he now possesses creativity and cunning he was unable to access in his Duocon body.
Perhaps still not comfortable in his new brain, Battletrap finds himself content in the most mundane activities, everything from hauling cargo for his team to standing guard for Megatron or providing the muscle needed to subdue opposition. He is armed with a double-barreled missile launcher for ranged attacks and a Night-Fire Blade for melee attacks.