Treetop Maximus wrote:Unicron confuses me, so I have many questions.
-Isn't Unicron a multiversal singularity?
Treetop Maximus wrote:-Does the Unicron vs. Primus story hold true to every universe or not?
While it hasn't been mentioned in every continuity, there's no reason to assume it hasn't.
Treetop Maximus wrote:-If so, does that mean the Primacron backstory is retconned and doesn't hold true anymore?
Pretty much. Best bet is to just assume Primacron was taking credit for stuff he didn't do.
Treetop Maximus wrote:-If Unicron only exists in one universe at a time, why did one of his heralds (can't remember if it was Hook, Line, or Sinker) tell Galvatron that a "different Unicron" existed?
Never take anything a Herald of Unicron says at face value, I guess. it stands to reason that "Hook, Line, and Sinker" means "You fell for my lie/trap/trick/etc."
Treetop Maximus wrote:-What's the official explanation for the lack of continuity between Energon and Cybertron in the Unicron trilogy?
There's two, but they don't contradict each other, both are right:
1. The black hole that made up the premis for the series also completely screwed up time and space, causing the timeline to get all wacky. This is the reason given in-universe.
2. Because there was never meant to be any
connection. They wanted to tie in Energon/Armada and Cybertron, despite Superlink and Galaxy Force not having any connection. This didn't slow anyone down. This is the real-life reason.
Treetop Maximus wrote:-How does Unicron keep coming back if he's a multiversal singularity?
There was an official explanation that smart dimension-hoppers will spend some time in dimensions where time stands still or flows backwards, to ensure that if they die in one dimension, they can keep on going elsewhere.
Treetop Maximus wrote:And then The Fallen...
I read on a wiki that ROTF The Fallen is the same guy as the Herald of Unicron Fallen. That seems crazy. Is it true?
It is indeed.