Post your story of discovering pF! It could be your first experience on one of the servers, being introduced to the community by another member, or stumbling across the website. My memories of 2010/11 are kinda blurry for reasons known to those who know me, but I think it went something like this: I had recently gotten a new MacBook Pro in 2009 and had moved into a house with some buddies of mine. I was in school and had some downtime, so I decided to see if I could run some games on my laptop. Counter-Strike was one of the first online games I played dating back to '99/2000, and I knew it wasn't super resource intensive, so CS 1.6 and Source were my obvious first choices. Sure enough, they ran on the MacBook! ...barely. I think I started out just playing random public servers in 2010, but I was actively seeking out mods. On 1.6 and earlier versions, I was a big fan of Superhero mod, and used to play on NIPPER-map-only servers. If memory serves me right, I first landed on one of the ibis zombie mod reload servers, which got me interested in zombie mod in general. I found that community to be lacking, and continued to look around. One day, probably by sorting the server list by population, I connected to pF Zombie Mod Unlimited Ammo! My earliest memories are running into @doc watson and @Harvey, who were fantastic representatives of the community and got me interested in the group behind the server. One of my first friends was @Seeker, as I think we were both relatively new and played together pretty frequently. We both got admin around the same time, and became more and more immersed in the community. My involvement in the community really solidified when I connected to the pF Ventrilo server for DrinkyThing 2011 organized by @Punkbuster, which was basically a boozed up Counter-Strike party -- right up my alley. There I met @Peter, @Momo @AkaDemikz, @rxn, @Brian, and many others. After DrinkyThing was over, I found myself connecting to the voice comms on a regular basis, even when I wasn't playing on the CS:S servers. The rest is history!