Scroll of Faith are a set of rares that can be found throughout the Spore galaxy. Like all other sets of rares and artifacts, they are randomly scattered, meaning that there is generally no way of knowing or predicting where they will end up in any specific game.
The Scrolls of Faith are followed by Zealots across the galaxy and as such, they will pay double the price listed. The combined value of the Scrolls of Faith is $450,000. However, if you have all of those in your cargo hold at the same time, the set will sell for $4,500,000 instead.
Scrolls of Faith Book 1Edit
“The questions of a million years oppress us. Who am I? Why was I made? What is my purpose? What is the purpose of the universe? Shall I survive after death? Can I be happy? Scientists can only tell us about forces and matter. Philosophers chase each other in circles. None of them can really answer the questions that we really care about.”
- - Scrolls of Faith Book 1
Scrolls of Faith Book 2Edit
“Only Spode has the answers. Follow the Law of Spode, and all shall be clear.”
- - Scrolls of Faith Book 2
Scrolls of Faith Book 3Edit
“Faith in Spode quiets all doubt. Spode tells you why you exist, assures you that you have a purpose, tells you how to behave, and assures you of eternal happiness. Those opposed to Spode say that there is no evidence for any of these assertions. But what evidence is needed, beyond the joy in the hearts of those who follow Spode?”
- - Scrolls of Faith Book 3
Scrolls of Faith Book 4Edit
“It is natural for the followers of Spode to wish to spread this joy. This is why we engage in missionary work and in conquest, so that more of Spode's creatures can be brought to Spode's Truth.”
- - Scrolls of Faith Book 4
Scrolls of Faith Book 5Edit
“That is why we are vigilant against those who do not accept the Truth. If false doctrine causes a follower to doubt, that person's eternal happiness is in jeopardy! In order to free ourselves from doubt, we strive to eliminate all who reject Spode's Word.”
- - Scrolls of Faith Book 5
Scrolls of Faith Book 6Edit
- - Scrolls of Faith Book 6
Scrolls of Faith Book 7Edit
“The Grox are a machine race incapable of understanding the Word of Spode. They are a blasphemy in machine form.”
- - Scrolls of Faith Book 7
Note: The reference to the Grox as "a blasphemy in machine form" likely has to do with the fact that they are cybernetic, and thus not created by Spode.
Scrolls of Faith Book 8Edit
“The Grox prevent us from shining the light of Spode on the center of the galaxy. On the Day of Reckoning, we shall destroy them in Spode's holy name!”
- - Scrolls of Faith Book 8
Scrolls of Faith Book 9Edit
“The God That Will Come is a false deity. If this god exists at all, it is a demon bent on perverting Spode's worship. Whenever you encounter his followers, you should know you have encountered an enemy!”
- - Scrolls of Faith Book 9
Scrolls of Faith Book 10Edit
“Love Spode and follow his Truth! Otherwise, your life is meaningless.”
- - Scrolls of Faith Book 10
- Once you meet a Zealot empire, they will refer to a quote from the Scrolls of Faith (Reject ye not the traveler, until you know their purpose) which does not appear in this list, however, Scrolls of Faith books 4/5 says something somewhat similar to this idea.