Feb 24th 2012 12:47PM Imagine all of the guild names in English that wouldn't make any sense...
Dec 22nd 2011 5:03PM C'mon and get in the boat, fish.
Dec 22nd 2011 5:01PM Yes please.
Dec 19th 2011 5:16PM Please.
Dec 16th 2011 1:21PM I will refer you to two exhaustive studies on this subject: Back to the Future and Back to the Future Part II.
Dec 14th 2011 3:19PM Doing a bit of looking around, it appears that none of the standard databases captured this change though, not wowhead, mmo-champ or the Armory one itself.... so I can see how one might think the change did not occur, as it went unannounced and unnoticed, apparently. However, in-game, it does indeed have pretty much identical stats and sockets/bonus as the offhand in all 3 difficulty ranges (with minor variations of spirit and haste, as I noted earlier).
Dec 14th 2011 3:06PM When I posted I was looking at the items in-game side-by-side. If they had previously not been similar, it seems that was fixed. I'm glad that in these days of instant response on the web we can use outdated information to support claims that are no longer valid.
Dec 13th 2011 9:41PM The shield that drops from Blackhorn is slotted for paladins and shamans only on LFR, and it shares the same stats and sockets as the offhand off Ultraxion with two exceptions. The shield has 2 less spirit but 4 more haste rating. I'm failing to see why this is an issue.
Dec 1st 2011 2:11AM To be fair, being the Aspect of Magic didn't work out so well for Malygos, so I'd say Kalecgos got off light.
Jun 14th 2011 12:13PM Honestly, so long as you steer clear of Bud, Coors, and other similar macrobrews, you should be okay. A number of pubs I've been to offer flights, where you get a selection of small half-pint beers (4-6 in most cases). Also, in a good pub you can always ask for samples, and the barkeep will give you a sip or few in a glass for you to try.
It takes a little understanding of what makes beers different from one another to figure out what you're seeing in each type. You've got your lagers (which in my experience often have a similar sort of character) and ales (where you've got a huge range of tastes). Ales you'll have your hoppy ones (like IPAs or other pale ales, bitters and whatnot), your malty ones (often sweeter, thicker types like stouts), and an array of grain-determined ones (from wheat ales, hefeweizens, etc)... There's a huge range out there, and the best way to find one you like is to try them.
For a first beer, Guinness isn't a bad choice. Neither are a few of the others suggested in the comments here. When my nephew turned 21, I bought him his first as a local amber ale, a very middle-of-the-road taste, and some of my friends and I were able to coach him towards a very good (for him) second beer based on what he liked or didn't like about that first one (I believe he settled on a hefeweizen of some sort for his favorite of the night).