Temples are twice as efficient. "Lure even greedier adventurers to retrieve your cookies. Now that's a real idol game!"
Own 5 temples
Temples are twice as efficient. "What's a life to a gigaton of cookies?"
Own 25 temples
Temples are twice as efficient. "And lo, the Baker's almighty spoon came down and distributed holy gifts unto the believers - shimmering sugar, and chocolate dark as night, and all manner of wheats. And boy let me tell you, that party was mighty gnarly."
Own 50 temples
Temples are twice as efficient. "Free the primordial powers of your temples with these annual celebrations involving fire-breathers, traditional dancing, ritual beheadings and other merriments!"
Own 100 temples
Temples are twice as efficient. "Enough spiritual inadequacy! More divinities than you'll ever need, or your money back! 100% guaranteed!"
Great Baker in the sky
Own 150 temples
Temples are twice as efficient. "This is it. The ultimate deity has finally cast Their sublimely divine eye upon your operation; whether this is a good thing or possibly the end of days is something you should find out very soon."
Own 200 temples
Temples are twice as efficient. "Stories have been circulating about the origins of the very first cookie that was ever baked; tales of how it all began, in the Dough beyond time and the Ovens of destiny."
Own 250 temples
Temples are twice as efficient. "You've turned your cookie empire into a perfect theocracy, gathering the adoration of zillions of followers from every corner of the universe. Don't let it go to your head."
Sick rap prayers
Own 300 temples
Temples are twice as efficient. "With their ill beat and radical rhymes, these way-hip religious tunes are sure to get all the youngins who thought they were 2 cool 4 church back on the pews and praying for more! Wicked!"
Own 350 temples
Temples are twice as efficient. "A theologically dubious and possibly blasphemous blend of fortune-telling and scripture studies."
War of the gods
Own 400 temples
Temples are twice as efficient. "An interesting game; the only winning move is not to pray."
A novel idea
Own 450 temples
Temples are twice as efficient. "You don't get rich starting a religion. If you want to get rich, you write science fiction."
Own 500 temples
Temples are twice as efficient. "You've booked a deal with the higher-ups that schedules one weekly earthly apparition by a deity, angle, ascended prophet, or other holy figure. This should boost interest in cookie religion among youths as long as you can secure a decent time slot."
15 temples and 1 grandma owned
Grandmas are twice as efficient. Temples gain +1% CpS per 5 grandmas. "A nice priestess to praise the great Baker in the sky."
75 Farms, 75 Temples and "Synergies Vol. II" purchased
Farms gain +5% CpS per temple. Temples gain +0.1% CpS per farm. "A deeply spiritual ceremonial involving complicated dance moves and high-tech cloud-busting lasers."
15 Temples, 15 Portals and "Synergies Vol. I" purchased
Temples gain +5% CpS per portal. Portals gain +0.1% CpS per temple. "Some deities are better left unworshipped."
75 Temples, 75 Antimatter condensers and "Synergies Vol. II" purchased
Temples gain +5% CpS per antimatter condenser. Antimatter condensers gain +0.1% CpS per temple. "Turns out God is much tinier than we thought, I guess."
75 Temples, 75 Prisms and "Synergies Vol. II" purchased
Temples gain +5% CpS per prism. Prisms gain +0.1% CpS per temple. "Something beckons from within the light. It is warm, comforting, and apparently the cause for several kinds of exotic skin cancers."
Random fortune from news ticker
Temples are 7% more efficient and 7% cheaper. "Not all guides deserve worship."
The achievement "Church of Cookiology" is a reference to the real world Church of Scientology. Additionally, the flavour text of the upgrade "A novel idea" is a reference to the truth that Church of Scientology is founded by a science fiction writer.
The achievement "Wololo" is a reference to Age Of Empires, wherein priests would attack by converting enemy units whilst chanting the aforementioned phrase.
The upgrade "Golden Idols" is a reference to Indiana Jones and The Lost Ark, where the main protagonist attempts to retrieve a golden idol from a temple filled with traps.
The achievement "My World's on Fire, How About Yours?" is a reference to the song All Star.
The achievement "It belongs in a bakery" is a reference to Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade where Indiana Jones states "That belongs in a museum" while reclaiming the Cross of Coronado form 'Panama Hat'.
The achievement "New World Order" may be a reference to Cyrus from Pokemon, who tried to reshape the world to hat he thought was perfection.