D&D 2nd Edition, D&D 3rd Edition, Star Wars D20, Pendragon (only once), and soon I'll be playing BESM (Big Eyes Small Mouth).
And to answer your question battlefrost, lots of things are new. Die rolls have been changed around to be more consistent, spells have been balanced out better, there's more freedom to multiclassing, the feats and skills system is new... and, umm, yeah. I could ramble for quite a while on the changes.
And about your mom, geeze. Dungeons & Dragons hasn't a bloody thing to do with any of that; if she can't see that it's just a game, she needs to be declared legally blind. I'm sorry, but that's just my personal opinion on it (speaking from experience, too! Has she ever played an RPG? Probably never even picked up a book and looked at it herself.) Er, umm, sorry about my random mini-rant.
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on Sat Dec 13, 2003 7:45 am, edited 1 time in total.