The Spellbook – spells cost, captured spellbooks table

The second part of our house rules for spellbooks

SPELLS COST

Spells are jealously gurded in library and academies, but even few shop can have scrolls and lower level ones. Money can buy spells, but it’s rare sometimes to find them, roll for the availability.

• Shops: the cost is always the highest possible for spells level 4 +
• Libraries: you get access to the magical texts by request (1D6 days)
• Academies: only members have access to spells of level 4+
• In libraries / academies Spells above level 4 can also be granted after a quest

Spell Level 1-2: 100 +1D6x50
Availability: shops (30%), minor libraries (40%), minor academies (50%), major libraries / academies (100%)

Spell Level 3-5: 500 +1D6x500
Availability: shops (20%), minor libraries (20%), minor academies (30%), major libraries (60%), major academies (90%)

Spell Level 6 +: 5000 + 1D6x1000
Availability: shops (05%), minor libraries (05%), minor academies (10%), major libraries (50%), major academies (80%)
TYPE OF CAPTURED SPELLBOOK

Format
D6 (modified by the Mage Level Table)
1-3 Scattered Pages
4-5 Parchment
6-7 Book
8-9 Travel Book
10-11 Travel Book (1D2) and 1 Accessory
12 Travel Book (1D3) and 1D6 Accessories

Number of Spells
1D2 for each spell level that the mage can cast modified by the Mage Level table

Mage Level Table
Level 1-3: +0
Level 4-5: +1
Level 6-10: +4
Level 11 +: +6
VALUE OF CAPTURED SPELLBOOK

Material: 30% of the value of Format and Accessories

Spell Level 1-2: 100 +1D6x10
Spell Level 3-5: 300 +1D6x100
Spell Level 6 +: 1000 + 1D6x1000

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