To make a long story short, I was idiotically running around today with a Drosera regia in my backpack, and it tipped over multiple times and was pretty beat up. When I stopped I scooped what soil I could back into the pot and left it in my sealed backpack for five hours so it wouldn't dry out.
As soon as I got home, I took a close look at it and basically all of the leaves were severely damaged. The roots seem to be intact to me and they are still white, so I repotted it on the off chance that it could somehow survive.
This is what it looks like now:
It is lopsided in the pot because I found out that its roots are leaning towards one side and I didn't want to further stress it out by squishing its roots. Originally it was already growing a little crooked in the pot. Is there anything I can do to increase its chances of survival?
I learned a painful lesson today: never put time over plants (at least not in the way I did)! And I can only imagine what plants go through when improperly packaged for shipping.