While I've seen pretty much every era of Transformers, G1, BW/BM, RID, A/E/C, and the Movie eras... I just want to know. What precisely is a "Different Continuality? Is it a different timeline? Or a completely dimension/universe of Transformers? Or are the characters really different from the previous series. But here are some examples. I do realize that the Japanese series don't use "different continualities" like the US versions. They just use completely different characters or almost completely different characters, and a different commander aka. Convoy in every series. The original Convoy I know is different from Fire Convoy, who is also different from Grand Convoy, Galaxy Convoy, and so on. The US versions use different versions of the G1 characters such as Energon Ironhide, who I shall make a demonstration of continualities. In G1, he was a strategist, and a weapons specialist similar to Movie Ironhide. But in Energon, why is considered the "newbie" soldier among the Autobots? My theory is, certain eras occur in different dimensions that are parallel to others. Which is why in the Unicron Trilogy, Ironhide is more of a "rookie" than an honored veteran. And Animated Prime is not the commander, unlike the previous versions. This is all due to the different continualities of every era. The REAL question is, what is the true meaning of a "different continuality"?