Quote from SteamMage »I've asked this question in the past and 2 to 3 months is what the answer was. He spent at least a week on Useless Island, took a day hike to gage the Island's size, five to build his raft and gather supplies, one day he didn't do anything due to dispare, and spent several days building tools( at least three), four days at sea and on More Useless Island before Vraska found him. At least eight days after Vraska found him before the raid on the vampire ship, five days from their to High and Dry.Weeks from there to Ixalan's shores and a day or two to reach Orazca.Quote from OrzhovPlaneswalker »Hey fellow vorthoses, I’m DMing a D&D campaign set in MTG and I need to know how long Jace was absent from his friends, from the ending of Hour of Devestation, to when he reunited with Gids on Dominaria.
This would help me a lot, I imagine it to be 3 months but am not sure.
So I've got a count of 28-29 for sure days, and a number of unknown weeks.
From when he first woke up on Useless Island till Vraska found him was 40days.
From The Talented Captain Vraska:
The galley around them dissolved. Vraska remained seated in her chair, but now sat in a grove of bamboo taller than the masts of her ship. Jace sat in his chair, eyes aglow, and began an illusory summary of his last forty days. Vraska watched as bamboo changed to pristine sand. Rain sprinkled down on an imaginary fire and a very dead fish. She watched him learn to hunt and scavenge, build and survive. The gorgon sipped her tea and marveled at both the beauty of Jace's island and the plethora of things Jace had learned while he was there. He smiled as he showed her what he had learned and built. He clearly delighted in filling the empty gaps in his knowledge, and his enthusiasm was contagious. It was incredible that he constructed fish hooks, a platform, a raft. Vraska finished her tea by the end of the tour, and the island faded back to the familiar wood of the galley.
So I'd say 2 months is the absolute minimum he could have been on the plane.