Scrolls come in many varieties and are sold by a number of denizens, including Mydoin of the Lucretian Athenaeum, Zigfrey in Cyrene, and Oldion on the island of Zanzibaar. Most scrolls have qualities that resemble those of other forms of communication. For instance, like letters, they are one page in length. Similar to journals, they are owned by one person. However, as with manuscripts, they may be written on by more than one person. The scrolls sold by Zigfrey are unique in that they can be custom-inscribed at the buyer's discretion.