With the Island Theme announced, I decided to get back into mapping. I opened up Hammer the only way I could now that Steampipe had broken a lot of things, and started touching things like brushes and entities. I made the giant Halloween skull vomit lava. I was having the time of my life. Then Turbo told me to finish Tachyon. "Oh," I thought to myself, "yeah." It's May 25th, 2013. I then proceeded to open Tachyon... or at least, tried to. It wasn't there. But where was it? It wasn't in the new location or the old location! What could have happened? I had to find it... and there was only one way to do it. I had to find my old computer. Buried in a bag in a closet, I don't know why I haven't sold it or anything. While getting it out, I had already hit it accidentally against the doorframe. Oh well. It's old and dumb, anyways. I remembered why I got my new computer in the first place, now. The old one's battery died, it could only be on if it was plugged in. I found an empty outlet and plugged it in, immediately switched off the wireless, and hit the power button. But it didn't start up. No, no... it resumed. This computer hadn't been active since September 30th, 2012. It opened up to a busy desktop, set to the background of a Source Filmmaker shot for The Blood Agent. The time was 4 minutes fast. The newest thing on that computer were the files for the release of The Stuffed Saboteur, which would later be added in-game in-part as The Scarecrow. The computer can't function without power. If it isn't plugged-in, it shuts down. This has been unplugged for nearly 9 months, yet it resumed. Despite the weirdness of that, I managed to remember my password and I dredged on through to find the files I've been searching for. After digging through countless files, a pre-Steampipe version of Team Fortress 2 from late-2012, and finding a locked secondary harddrive that I couldn't remember the password for, I grabbed my 2GB mapsrc folder, threw it on a flash drive, and took a picture of the screen, also putting that on the flash drive. Feeling as though I disrupted something, I decided to put the computer back into hibernation, leaving a note for whoever opens it another nine months from now, in hopes of creeping them the fuck out, whether it be a new owner, or myself. The world may never know. But at least I have Tachyon back.