A spellbook was a type of book that wizards and other arcane spellcasters used to record their known spells.[3][4]


The complex notation of a spell took up several full pages of a spellbook: the more powerful the spell, the more pages it took up. A spellbook could have any number of pages.[3]

A typical spellbook in the 1370s DR and after the Second Sundering had one hundred pages.[3][2][1] A typical spellbook circa 1479 DR had one hundred and twenty eight pages.[5]

Types of SpellbooksEdit

Notable spellbooksEdit


A working spellbook, or arcanabula, containing research notes and markings.



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