Spellbook Page

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Written by sad, stay-at-home wizards with big dreams and rudimentary Photoshop skills, these poorly-assembled tomes contain magic spells of unspeakable lethality, nestled in between long passages of copyrighted characters having sex with each other! Awooooo!
— Spellbook's publicity blurb

The Spellbook Page is a tool item. It is represented as a couple of old, worn pages with text written with an unknown alphabet on them, with some pictures on the top one as well.

There are five types of pages: Audere, Congeriae, Gratanter, Tumidum, and Veteris. Players may use Spellbook Pages on an Unfilled Fancy Spellbook to fill it; once three pages have been added, it is replaced with the Fancy Spellbook. Adding Spellbook Pages to the Fancy Spellbook has no effect other than increasing the page counters in the spellbook's description.

Spellbook Pages are available as random bonus items found when opening Halloween Packages, which are obtained by completing Halloween Contracts (also known as Merasmissions), or by performing a Halloween transmutation. One Spellbook Page, the Page of Tumidum, can only be obtained by completing the Helltower: The Mann-tastic Four achievement. Prior to Scream Fortress 2015, Spellbook pages could only be found in Haunted Halloween Gifts.

Related achievements

Item icon Spellbook Magazine.png Bereavements

Helltower: The Mann-tastic Four
Helltower: The Mann-tastic Four
Earn 4 of the Helltower achievements

Update history

October 29, 2013 Patch (Scream Fortress 2013)

  • The Spellbook Page was added to the game.


  • The names of the spells are in Latin, and translate to the following:
    • Audere can mean dare, venture, or risk.
    • Congeriae can mean chaos, collection/accumulation, heap/pile/mass, or ruins.
    • Gratanter can mean with joy/rejoicing.
    • Tumidum can mean swollen or causing to swell.
    • Veteris can mean old, long-standing, or previous.
  • The backpack icon for the Spellbook Page is a screenshot of its model, which comes from a "Halloween prop" that is not used in any Valve-made maps. It was later used on the Corruption map as part of the environment.

See also