Thwaitgold moth statuette
This is a tiny statue of a moth made from Thwaitgold, the hilariousest substance known to man. You might not know this if you're not a programmer, but all software bugs are caused by moths flying into the circuitry of the computer running the software.
(In-game plural: Thwaitgold moth statuettes)
Item number: 9031
Description ID: 396156390
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- Ascension Reward
- Dropped by One Thousand Source Agents in a The Source run.
- Thwaitgold refers to Bobcat Goldthwait, a comedian.
- While working on the Harvard Mark II computer in 1947, operators found a moth causing a fault in the machine. "Debugging" was already a common term in engineering, and the operators were amused that they finally found an actual bug, so they taped it into the logs.
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