Then, I will soon play an assistant in a friend's friend search game. I wanted to make a custom magic item, similar to Efficient Quiver. At that time I had only scanned the Efficient Quivers skills and assumed that it only worked with arrows and bows. So I looked for the rules of creating custom magic items to determine the price of DC and gold to do what is essentially a golf bag for my Metamagic rods that carries many of them.

My guess based on reading the rules; the DC is 5 + the Launcher Level for the item (which I assume is the Launcher Level of my character, in this case 12) and, therefore, the DC for this would be 17. Now we go to the cost, as determined by the formulas found in the "Table: Estimation of the values of the gold pieces of the magic objects", since this new magic object is based on the Efficient Quiver, using the same spell (Secret Chest: Wizard / Sorc 5) and the craftsman's caster level (12), as The effect I want is a continuous effect, the cost formula is as follows: (Spell level × caster level × 2,000 gp squared)

Now I did the calculations, and if I am following PEMDAS correctly, then my mathematical process is as follows

**5 (spell level) x 12 (caster level) = 60**

**60 x 2000gp = 120,000**

**120,000**^{two} = 14 400 000 000gp

This article, which is almost identical to the Efficient Quiver, is 8 million times the price of the item in question.

Am I doing math wrong? Is the formula an error that received frequent questions or errata? Because then this object would be impossible to manufacture.