My game store is trying to come up with 10 things that have changed since D&D 4E. So far we have,
1. Bards will now be known as "Singing Warlords"
2. It's no longer "Net Neutrality", it's "Net unaligned.
you guys got more?
While we're on the topic of 4th ed, here's a pretty funny conversation I had with my GM:
Me: "So if we play 4E, can I play a witch?"
Him: "We should stick to the base classes only, for now."
Me: "It is a base class."
Him: "No, it isn't."
Me: "Yes, it is." *points to a page in the book*
Him: "That's a warlock."
Me: "A warlock is a male witch."
Him: "Oh, well you could play a female warlock, then."
Me: "But not a witch?"
Him: "I mean, that's what you would be, but not in terms of the game."
Me: "So I couldn't be a witch, but I could be a female warlock?"
Me: "Even though they're the same thing?"
talk amongst yourselves.