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What's the most expensive RPG product you've bought?

What's the most expensive RPG product you've bought?

  • $1-$20

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • $21-$50

    Votes: 8 7.3%
  • $51-$100

    Votes: 27 24.5%
  • $101-$200

    Votes: 43 39.1%
  • $201-$500

    Votes: 18 16.4%
  • $501-$1000

    Votes: 7 6.4%
  • $1001-$5000

    Votes: 5 4.5%
  • $5001+

    Votes: 2 1.8%

  • Total voters
    110

Morrus

Well, that was fun
Staff member
You can count minis, specialist tables, etc if you like, but I'd draw the line at including your house or your laptop! I'll let you decide what counts.
 

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Retreater

Legend
I'm voting for my gaming table, so $1000+. Other than that, probably in the range of $150-200 for some boxed set Kickstarters I've done.
 


Nytmare

Adventurer
If we're counting minis or Magic cards as an entire purchase, those have got to be the dominant factors, right?

Single item? Probably a box set or collectors board game in the 200+ dollar range.

Single project, but not a product? Probably everything I've purchased so far for the as of yet unfinished game room and table in the new house. 6-700 dollars and growing.

Three Warhammer armies circa 1995? Around a thousand dollars easily.

Almost 30 years of pretty much non stop Magic Card purchases? Haaaa...
 

You can count minis, specialist tables, etc if you like, but I'd draw the line at including your house or your laptop! I'll let you decide what counts.

Single product?

$ 120 for the original ptolus in 2006
$ 150 for the newest ptolus from kickstarter

Around $200 for a bunch rpg books at once
 



Campbell

Relaxed Intensity
~$70 Exalted Third Edition
$72 The Nightmares Underneath

Do not remember the exact cost of Exalted Third Edition
 

schneeland

Explorer
I have paid ~180$ for a used copy of one of the rarer German Cthulhu books in good condition. Otherwise, while my pledges for the respective campaigns sometimes exceeded 200$, I think most limited editions I own(ed) were just beneath 100$.
 




Eyes of Nine

Everything's Fine
I voted Ptolus for $150 recent Kickstarter.

I bought a game store in 1998 for ~US$60k, and after the loan was paid off, it probably "cost" me US$100k. RPG inventory on purchase was probably ~US$7-10,000 at cost.
But I didn't count that.
 


MGibster

Hero
I limited my answer to role playing games only and I think the most I've ever spent for a single book is $60 so that's how I answered. Of course for D&D 3rd edition it cost $90 for all three of the main books.
 


shesheyan

Explorer
I voted 50-100$. I refuse to pay more than 60$ Canadian for a singe RPG book. But then I turn around and buy the whole set of Modern AGE + Fantasy AGE books within 12 months...
 



aco175

Hero
My son got a cool book bag for Christmas for about $75. It has some cool slots for books and such with a foam-lines top for minis and pouches on the sides for dice and pens.

For myself, I bought one of the $50 adventure books.
 

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