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I've checked the PFSRD, but I can't find an item description for an alchemist or investigator's formula book. Should I use a wizard's spellbook as a template, or is there somthing else that I missed that would work better?

Particularly, how much does the book weigh? What does it cost? How many pages does it have? How much space does a single formula take up?

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You can find information about Formula Books on the Pathfinder PRD.

To answer your questions, the formula book weighs 3 lbs, costs 15 gp and has 100 pages and formulas take up 1 page per spell level. It even notes that it follows the same rules as a spellbook.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ Yep. The only difference from a spellbook is that wizards can't copy from a formula book (though alchemists can copy from a spellbook). \$\endgroup\$ – The Spooniest Oct 11 '16 at 15:02

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