So the first thing I did when I jumped in the beta was to create a worgen warrior. The Worgen starting experience is amazing, even better than the DK starting zone. The questline isn't finalized, as after the most epic quest in WoW's history there are no more quests and a placeholder NPC ports you to Teldrassil.

I wanted to create a Goblin but Blizzard blocked new Goblin characters because it was crashing the server or something. So I created a Human hunter instead. The human starting zone (Northshire Abbey/Elywinn forest) has hardly changed, except for the Defias being completely gone and the Dragonmaw Orcs from the Burning steppes invading. They consolidated some quests and there's less walking around overall, but it's mostly unchanged.

Next I created a Gnome Priest, the most epic new combination you can ever try. The new gnome starting zone is really fun, although it's really short. You can feel the fun and quirky gnome spirit right from the start. It was my favorite revamped starting zone. Plus, GNOME PRIESTS.

After that I tried a Tauren Paladin AKA Sunwalker AKA Holy Cow.

Overall, paladins are more fun now that you get more spells when you are low level. The Tauren starting zone from 1-5 has changed a lot, and it doesn't require you to dive in that dreaded quillboar maze anymore. Before you get out of the 1-5 zone, you get a very nice quest that sets up the spirit of being a Tauren and why they fight.

Then I tried out a Night elf Mage. This is the zone I found that had the less changes. The quests require you to do the same as before, and the locations haven't changed as far as I've seen (I still haven't done the whole zone, just got to dolaanar and did a couple of quests) but what has changed is the story behind the quests. It's really cool how everything actually makes sense now, and how they tell you the story of the night elves as you go, even including the recently released "Stormrage" novel.

Overall, this really feels like a huge change to world of warcraft. The new tutorials will really help new players, and the new quests are so much better planned. Also, quests rewards were reworked and the models are completely different, and they look much much better than the old ones. The game is REALLY hard at the moment. The mobs hit like a truck and your HP regen is pathetic. I don't know if it's a bug, but I hope so, because as an experienced player I died several times with some of this characters.

I will keep posting about my experiences with the Beta. I will be uploading photos to my imageshack album, you can check it our here, I will be constantly uploading pictures.

So I watched Inception.

3 times.

I don't think I need to say anymore. This movie rocks. It's one of the best movies I've seen in a while, and proof that Christopher Nolan is God in disguise.

Most people say it's a mindfuck, and it is, in a way. But it is not a mindfuck in the way that say, Dune, was. The plot is extremely complex, but it's also extremely well planned, explained and executed. I don't think many people leave the theater feeling that they didn't understand anything about it.

The first 30 minutes or so of the movie are used to explain Inception's world, its rules, and introducing the characters. After the main plot kicks in, it's a non-stop barrage of AWESOMENESS shot at your brain every single second the movie is running. It's a movie you can't stop watching until the credits start to roll in.

Inception brought what was good about the matrix and multiplied it tenfold. It's an action flick with a brain, and with respect for its viewers. It doesn't pander to the lowest common denominator, spouting CGI all over the place for the sake of it. Instead, the special effects are used with conscience, and with purpose. In fact, this movie isn't heavy on CGI at all. Most of the effects aren't CGI, and that makes the action scenes feel even more awesome.

With Inception I've confirmed a few things. First. Nolan is a director that I can trust. Second, movies like this make me feel sad for the industry as a whole. So much crap is churned out every year... like Last airbender! (Yes I don't think I can make a review without mentioning this turd anymore), and so few masterpieces like this one, yet people still go to watch the shit that guys like M Night crap... It's mind boggling. Third: in spite of Hollywood trying to prove it otherwise with every movie released, Great action flicks CAN be made.

Bottom line: Inception Rocks, Nolan Rocks, and you all should support movies like this.

On another (GREAT) news, I got my Cataclysm Beta Key yesterday, so I'll be enjoying (And giving feedback) on all the new stuff in Cata. I'lll probably talk about it all here as well!.

No, I'm not done with this one yet. You see, I am still coping with the fact that this movie was so unbelievably craptastic that I've been thinking of ways to make this movie enjoyable for my friends who haven't seen it yet, or if I ever become utterly insane and watch it again.

So I've devised The Last Airbender Drinking Game!. This game has two goals:

1-Get you completely smashed
2-See if at last one can get some entertainment out of this movie

I would say this game is better played with no mixed drinks, you can pick any raw drink you like. Rum, Whisky, vodka, anything is fair game. Why no mixed drinks? SO YOU CAN FEEL THE PAIN AND DESPERATION OF THOSE WHO WATCHED THIS MOVIE!
You can pussy out of it and get some OJ in your drink or whatever, I'm willing to bet you'll get drunk anyways.

General Rules:

Take a hit when:

-Something that should be shown is instead narrated, or Shyamalan forgets that 90% of the time it's better to Show, Don't tell.
-The plot is exposed so glaringly and so close to your face you feel threatened by it.
-The CGI is so terrible you wonder if they were using the same computers used for the original Tron.
-Slo-mo kicks in
-something that isn't meant to be hilarious, is.
-Something that is meant to be hilarious, is not.
-Someone yells 'NOOOOOOO!!!"
-The editing team fails to do its job.
-Something happens without any explanation prior, i.e.: Zuko appears fine and dandy after the ship he was in was blown. In the same vein, take one hit when...
-Something doesn't makes sense

Finish your drink when:

-Deus Ex Machina kicks in

Although that should be enough for any adult man/woman to get themselves drunk, I want to add some LAST AIRBENDER special rules, as those I've mentioned before could apply to any other bad movie as well.

So, Last Airbender Special Rules:

Take a hit when:

-The name of any of the original characters is mispronounced
-Someone does an unnecesary dance to bend an element.
-The dragon from dragonball appears, instead of avatar Roku.
-Firelord Ozai appears in the scene, completely uncovered.
-You realize someone is acting as the complete opposite of their original counterparts.

Finish your drink when:

-You facepalm, you sigh, you say "Oh my god", "What the fuck" or any combination of those.

I am going to try this next weekend!. I think I'll need at least a couple of bottles of whatever I'm going to drink.