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Subj: Re: Why did Captain Jack live so long in the DR ?
Posted: Thu Jun 18, 2020 at 08:21:49 pm GMT (Viewed 55 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Why did Captain Jack live so long in the DR ?
Posted: Thu Jun 18, 2020 at 01:59:36 pm GMT (Viewed 47 times)

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So there will come a time in future history where just Dr, Jack, and Clara exist period?

What about that viking girl who got that tech in her from Dr, is she also immortal?


It depends on how Immortal they really are. In Jack's case he probably IS literally immortal given what Rose did, and how she did it, he has proven to be unkillable so far. In Ashildr's case she was made 'immortal' by technology, and I would hazard a guess is not as invulnerable as Jack has shown himself to be. Bill Potts became a cosmic being of some sort so she is anyone's guess... Clara is quite complex to judge as she became a time paradox and eventually does have to return to her fate and die where and when she did, somewhere the Brigadier(deceased) is now a Cyberman and roaming the earth, but that isn't immortality, so...

In my view the last man standing, if any, would be Jack. Whether he actually does survive to reach the far futures and end of time, as seen in 'Utopia' and 'Listen' though, seems unlikely on the face of it.




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