Okay so I was re-watching Hetaoni (because I hate myself I guess) when I decided to do some math.
Each number on the floor represents the number of survivors in the group that have reached that room. Therefore, each number is a different time loop. I counted them, (but knowing me I probably over or under counted, so give or take a few), and got 83.
That means Italy has been through at least 83 time loops.
But I’m not stopping there! I multiplied 83 by five, assuming that the average time loops lasts about five days. Then, I divided that by 365, the number of days in the year. I got a total of 1.136. That means Italy has been going through this for about… a year. Which is sad. But you wanna know what makes it worse?
That’s only counting the number of times he’s made it to this room.
Not only that, but there are a couple 1’s on the ground, meaning that only Italy made it to the room. But we learned in the earlier scene that you need a least like three people to enter the room. (2 on certain numbers, one to click the switch.)
That means Italy had to drag the bodies of his friends up here on more than one occasion