Quote1 Welcome to the world of magic! Quote2
―Book of Wizdom

Book of Wizdom (or Grimoire) is an S-grade Pet in LINE and an Epic Pet in OvenBreak. It grants the player points at a set interval. It will grant more points at a faster rate when the cookie runs faster and/or get blast jellies.

In LINE, this is the first pet released for Cookie Run: 2nd Story.


(LINE) Extra points for running faster. More points with each upgrade.

(OvenBreak) Gives extra Speed Points at given intervals. The faster you run, the more points. Level Up for even more points.


(LINE) Once opened, the Book cannot be closed. Be careful with it, since it knows all the spells it contains. The faster you run, the more points it gives.

(OvenBreak) Once opened, it cannot be closed. Also, it will start leafing through its pages, casting every spell it comes across. Such chaos! The faster you run, the faster it reads its spells. Let's just hope it doesn't read the Witch summoning spell!


Level Skill Effect Upgrade Cost
Speed points Lv. 1 N/A
Speed points Lv. 2 29,000
Speed points Lv. 3 31,000
Speed points Lv. 4 34,000
Speed points Lv. 5 36,000
Speed points Lv. 6 38,000
Speed points Lv. 7 47,000
Speed points Lv. 8 56,000

Possible Combination Bonus Edit

Cookie Combi Bonus
Wizard Cookie
Wizard Cookie (S) LINE: Extra points for Ice Cream Jelly / OB: +200 points for each Ice Cream Jelly

Updates (LINE) Edit

  • September 4, 2015
    • Increase in Speed Points
  • June 28, 2016
    • Speed Points significantly reduced
  • September 9, 2016
    • Gains a slight increase in Speed Points

Notes Edit

  • Despite being called Speed point, it ticks one score point every 3 tiles. One tile defined as the width unit placement of one flat ground, obstacle, flying platform, hole, etc. The faster you are, the more tiles can be passed within a set amount of time, thus it more often ticks for the points.

Trivia Edit

  • The word "wizdom" is a portmanteau, meant to be a pun on the words wisdom and wizardry.
  • The Japanese name of this Pet is 魔法辞書 (mahou jisho, meaning "Magic dictionary").