Just like computers and cars, the latest version of a roleplaying game system is generally considered better than its predecessor. Sure, gamers pick it apart, we complain about changes, often times regardless of how much sense the change makes, but at the end of the day, we all go out and buy the new game books. That is why I was so intrigued to learn that my friend Rich, a guy I look to for innovative “outside of the box” thinking with regards to table top roleplaying games, was not using the fourth edition of “Dungeons and Dragons” for the D&D game he was running. I asked him to explain himself….