The Graphtic Scroll is an ancient parchment that appears in Tangled: The Series. Written by Lord Demanitus, it depicts the legend and research of the Sundrop and the Moonstone and shows instructions of how to wield the unknown "Ultimate Power".
Over a millennium ago, the scroll was written by Lord Demanitus when he was researching on the Sundrop and the Moonstone. However, after defeating/banishing his nemesis Zhan Tiri, the research he had written proved to be valuable as well as dangerous, if it were to fall into the wrong hands. So, he tore the scroll and hid the pieces. At some point, two of them ended up in the possession of Quirin and Adira, while the other two were hidden in the Spire and inside the Path of Demanitus.
The journey to reassemble the scroll would not begin until Rapunzel, the embodiment Sundrop, found the first piece in Quirin's home in Old Corona. When Rapunzel began her journey following the Black Rocks, she met Adira along the way, who gave her the second piece and instructed her to continue her path to the Dark Kingdom. Adira would later give them another lead on where to find the third piece of the scroll, which was kept inside The Spire. As they neared the Dark Kingdom, Demanitus, in the body of Vigor, guided Rapunzel and Eugene to find the final piece hidden inside a maze. Once they had all four fragments, they magically reassembled.
Demanitus explained that the fourth piece of the Scroll contains the instructions on how to wield the ultimate power of the combined Sundrop and Moonstone. In the right hands, the power can be used for good; however, in the wrong hands, it could be used for evil. If the Sundrop does not join with the Moonstone, the black rocks will reawaken and seek out Rapunzel and her friends forever, destroying everything in their path.
After Rapunzel returned from the Dark Kingdom, the Scroll was returned to Varian so he can continue his work.
At the end of "Islands Apart", Cassandra and the Enchanted Girl arrive at the Great Tree looking for scrolls to help them unlock the full powers of the Moonstone, but discover they're all destroyed. The Enchanted Girl is disappointed and mentions the only other scroll that could provide more information is the Demanitus Scroll, but believes it to be destroyed. Upon mention of the scroll, however, Cassandra realizes they need to go to Corona.
In "Cassandra's Revenge", Varian had discovered a third incantation that would unleash the power of the Moonstone, as well as the mention of a fourth that is apparently not visible on the scroll. The scroll is soon stolen by Cassandra along with Varian, as he had destroyed the translation cipher, leaving him the only one with the information she sought. Under the influence of his own truth potion, Varian divulged the third incantation, enabling Cassandra to control the Moonstone and create a fortress in the former spot of Rapunzel's Tower.
The scroll was subsequently left with Varian as he was imprisoned on a precipice at the top of the tower. Enchanted Girl soon appeared before Varian in a dream, hinting that only "the sun can illuminate the sun" on the scroll. When he awoke, Varian failed to understand until his goggles focused a ray of sunlight, illuminating invisible ink on the back of the scroll, revealing the fourth incantation. But as his goggles were too damaged to focus the sun to expose the inscription, Rapunzel passed Eugene her ring she intended to propose to him with and he passed this to Varian. Though he was able to reveal the fourth incantation, the scroll was accidentally set on fire, though thankfully Varian was quickly able to transcribe the fourth incantation before the scroll was destroyed. As Varian and Eugene were brought back inside the tower, Pascal quickly snatched the incantation scroll with his tongue, enabling Rapunzel to recite it and unlock the full power of the Sundrop.
- In "A Tale of Two Sisters", Gothel is shown to have done a self made copy of the scroll, that is the largest of her other notes that she has on the Sun Drop, its Healing Incantation and the Moonstone.
- Gothel's version has a few notes on it and is written in away that makes it much easier to read.