It Suprised me a bit as I thought most of today's youths preferred online RPGs.Yeah, between folks sitting around bored and enjoying the act of bidding on ebay/collecting, and folks looking for games to play online with their friends, I think it just totally jacked the prices up across the board. It's not just D&D stuff, either. Pretty much all RPG materials, especially old out of print stuff, went up in price. In some cases it went up, like, 100% (e.g., old adventures that went for $10-15 are now $20-30), in others it was less (e.g., books that went for $100 went up to $130-150), but it all went up in price.
But she started playing D&D with her friends too!
I guess its a different experience thatvthey sort of missed out on unlike us.
Plus they get into costume too, then again she does enjoy a good Cosplay..
And Stranger Things has certainly opened a lot of curiosity.