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From what I can gather, belief is expended whenever you use one of your abilities, for now I'm pretty much limited to reshaping the world under my control but it looks like there are plenty of others things that will open up to me later on (totems, etc).

So far, I've established that poking at trees and rocks will give me belief. Oh, and popping bubbles.

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What other actions generate belief?

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  • I voted to close because Godus is still very much in development, this answer can be very different come 1.0 release. O'course with the advent of Steam early access, this may need to be discussed in meta. – Elpezmuerto Sep 27 '13 at 3:22
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    @Elpezmuerto - Minecraft was in development for well over 2 years, and that didn't stop us from answering questions about it. If it's (publicly) available to play, we can answer it. – Robotnik Sep 27 '13 at 3:45
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    @Robotnik I wouldn't even say that Minecraft is out of development now. ;) – SevenSidedDie Sep 27 '13 at 3:47
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    @Elpezmuerto I'm pretty sure it's well established that a publicly-available game is on topic, no matter how it might change in the future. (After all, the developer might get hit by a bus tomorrow and all development halt forever. Topicality isn't determined by things we can only determine by seeing into the future.) – SevenSidedDie Sep 27 '13 at 4:15
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    I bring your attention to the meta discussion that makes this question on topic on this site. – kalina Sep 27 '13 at 8:58
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You can get belief from:

  • Breaking rocks
  • Breaking trees
  • popping belief bubbles
  • cards (there are belief cards)

Breaking wolves takes belief, but doesn't appear to grant belief. I'm also not out of the starting age, there could be different ways in later ages.

UPDATE

This was to version 1.2... There is now version 1.3 coming out soon, read the patch notes and I believe many of these answers to Godus questions will be altered.

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