Captain Jack Harkness, ladies and gentlemen.
Casual reminder that Jack spent 1874 years buried beneath Cardiff.
Presuming that it takes him four minutes to be revived each time he dies of things which don’t require his entire body to re-grow itself (based on how long it took for him to revive after Suzie shot him), and that it takes six minutes for him to suffocate (brain death occurs roughly four minutes after loss of consciousness), he dies 52 595 times per year.
That means he died 98 563 030 times while buried underneath Cardiff.
Did you account for the fact that once the usable air is out of the coffin it is out? There will come a point to where the only thing hell be breathing is CO2 the entire time and it will be soon after the first suffocation.
Can we also take this moment to remind ourselves this technically means Jack spent more time repeatedly dying than time the Doctor has spent alive?
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→ This new regeneration, it’s kinda cheeky!
And then there’s this.
((This is the best thing ever.))
Thank you. I didn’t know I needed this. xD