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Tirek really does strike as a villain who would keep fighting until he destroys himself. Even when all-powerful forces work against him, he uses every fiber of his being to fight back. And i bet, just like Megatron, and The Shredder, he wouldn't give up fighting back - even if it meant his own end. That's another reason why he's one of my favorite villains, and you incorporate that well in this series: even if he's not the main focus, and his time is somewhat limited, he still felt like a powerful presence. Only the Nothingness dwarfed him in terms of threat, funnily enough.
Indeed, it is. But I honestly feel that's what makes them admirable as villains: they NEVER give up, even when death is at their doorstep. They bend to noone's whim except their own. And Tirek stands in that same field.
Silly Tirek. You as you currently are is a fragment of a broken timeline held together by a spirit of chaos having a bet with previous iterations of himself. Now with the one who maintains time back at full power and reweaving the timeline. All fragments must go back in place including you.
Too bad we won't get to see a certain someone from the future show up to save the day. You know. Someone with a broken horn. Exotic appearance. Armour donning the mark of the royal guard of friendship- oh look, a squirrel!