Through many rerolling and observing the IDs of registered PAD accounts, I have found a pattern which directly relates to the date you registered your PAD account. We pretty much all know that the third digit of your ID determines which group you're in (Ex. 308,208,322 is in D group since the third digit is either 3 or 8). But what does this tell you? You can't have a bunch of A registered in the same time, so the third digit must be evenly given. You're probably confused by now, but here's what I have called the "Age-Hybrid Identification Code." Notice how I bolded some of the letters. The bolded ones turns out as: AGEHBDIFC. And again you will notice something... That these nine letters are the first nine letters of the English alphabet! This is what you should do to find out: Your ID is ABC,DEF,GHI, and you need to change it to AGEHBDIFC to see about when you created your account. And by subtracting the result by 323795846 and then add 1, you will see you are the xth person to register PAD. For example, mine is 308,208,322, which translates to 330202288, subtract by 323795846 and add one gives 6406443. This means I am the 6406443th PAD player on the NA server and there are 6406442 people before me. This is a notation that I used while rerolling. As many Chinese will do, I look for "lucky numbers." Chinese consider 8 and 6 are lucky, while 4 is unlucky. So as you might find, non of my accounts contains 4s, and most contain many 8s or 6s. If you make A the first digit of your ID, and B the second, C the third, until I the ninth digit, you will find about when did you create your account. With this method, I found Daike Yamamoto (YamaP)'s ID: 396,534,278. This is the first ID in the whole NA server, and you couldn't find anyone before that. There's no 395,534,278, there's no 394,534,278. But there's 397,534,278, and that is the person who played PAD absolutely first (excluding YamaP). And this explains two people here on the forums who got 600 day log-in bonuses. Let's start with Daike Yamamoto's ID: 396,534,278. (323795846) The next one will be 397,534,278. (323795847) Then it will be 398,534,278. (323795848) And then 399,534,278. (323795849) However, it doesn't turn to 400,534,278. It turns back to 390,535,278. (323795850) And when it reaches 399,539,278, (323795899) the next one will be 390,530,279. (323795900) And it keeps going, when it is 399,539,279, (323795999) we change the D-digit, making it 390,630,270. (323796000) And it keeps going, when it is 399,939,279, (323799999) we change the B-digit, but in this case, it will change the H-digit also, making it 300,030,280. (323800000) And it keeps going, when it is 399,939,299, (323999999) we change the E-digit, making it 300,040,200. (323796000). However, the eight digit became 0, why? Because there's a general rule: changing any digit from 9 to 0 will change the digit in front of it (in AGEHBDIFC order). Here is where most of us on the forums' ID comes along: 300,040,200 to 399,999,299. I call it the "324 to 329 Age" because the IDs translates to 324xxxxxx to 329xxxxxx. If you're first, seventh, and fifth digit of you're ID is small, this means that you started the game quite early. Especially those with 323 when they translates, they probably have played everyday and achieved the day 600 bonus. Now, we have gone over from PAD's release to February 16, 2014, at 10:53 AM, where the most awesome ID is created... 300,000,300. I missed that ID by only six, getting a 306,000,300 instead. So if you are interested, please leave your ID and date registered for a more detailed data in this Google Spreadsheet: http://goo.gl/A2d888. Thank you for being with me for such a long time.