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Information on this page refers to the Legacy Client Ravenfall 1.0. While Ravenfall 2.0 will be similar all the information here may not translate exactly.

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Introduction[edit | edit source]

Ravenfall is a semi-automatic game which you can play as passively or actively as you like.

You can join a Twitch stream anywhere Ravenfall is being played and use your same character's saved stats and inventory. You can have up to 3 characters, which are independent and persistent. You can only use 1 character at a time in each Twitch stream, but you can move characters between streams.

Once you !join a twitch stream with your character, the main way of interacting with your character is to choose which training tasks they perform, which they will continue doing until you tell them otherwise. Different training tasks give you different stats and inventory items.

Mined resources can be used to craft weapons and armor.

Periodically, there are Dungeons and Raids to join, which give extra inventory Items.

Joining a Game[edit | edit source]

!join [1-3]
Join and play the game. This is required before you can do anything in the game.
!join and !join 1 uses your first character, !join 2 uses your second character, and !join 3 uses your third character. You can only play on a stream with one character at a time, but each character can be used in different streams at the same time.
Leave the game. Although joining a different stream automatically moves your character from its current stream, it is always recommended that you leave a game before joining a new one. Not leaving a stream first can cause glitches.
The game will tell you the current location of your character.
The !island command only works with the RavenfallOfficial bot, not with custom bots.
If your character is stuck, this will send your character to the nearest dock.
!show [name]
This is a mods-only command that will immediately show a character on stream.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

These commands can be used to change the look of your character

You can also go to the Ravenfall website to modify the appearance of your characters in more detail.

!toggle helmet
Toggle the visibility of your helmet, if you have one. This does not affect the stats of the player and is only cosmetic.
!toggle pet
Switch to a random pet in your inventory.
!pet [pet name]
Change your active pet to the indicated pet, if it is in your inventory.

Training[edit | edit source]

Display which skill you are currently training.

Combat skills[edit | edit source]

Attack and defense skills must be improved to equip better weapons and armors. Health increases whenever you train a combat skill and cannot be trained by itself.

!train all
Trains all three melee skills at once: attack, defense, and strength. Your exp will be split evenly between all three skills.
!train attack
!train atk
Trains attack. Attack is required for equipping better melee weapons. It also increases your chance of inflicting maximum damage, and counters your opponent's defense skill.
!train defense
!train def
Trains defense. Defense is required for equipping better armors. It also decreases the chance your opponent will inflict maximum damage.
!train strength
!train str
Trains strength. Strength increases your maximum melee damage.
!train magic
Trains magic. Magic utilizes a staff to attack enemies at range, and enables you to equip better staves. It does not require attack to improve your chance to hit.
!train ranged
Trains ranged. Ranged utilizes a bow for ranged attacks, and allows you to equip better bows. It does not require attack to improve your chance to hit.
!train healing
Trains healing. Healing is a support skill restores health to a nearby player with the lowest health. Staves greatly increase your healing.

Gathering skills[edit | edit source]

These training tasks are used for gathering resources. Improving these skills also increases your resource yield when participating in Raids. If you train a noncombat skill during a dungeon or raid, your level in that skill will determine your melee stats, and you will receive extra EXP for that skill.

!train mining
Yields raw ore resources for crafting, as well as other mineral ores in your inventory.
!train woodcutting
Yields wood resources. Wood can be converted to Wood Planks, which are used for crafting.
!train fishing
Yields fish resources. Not currently used for anything. To be used in a future update.
!train farming
Yields wheat resources. Not currently used for anything. To be used in a future update.

Stats[edit | edit source]

Display the current stats of your character in the chat, including skill level and progress towards the next level. The stats are also available at
This command also shows your combined "Combat" skill, which is not available to view individually, or on the website.
This command also shows your weapon "power, "aim", and "armor" stats, which are not available to view individually, or on the website.
!stats [skill name]
Check the stats of an individual Skill. Useful if you're monitoring a certain stat and don't want to flood the chat.

Valid skills: Attack, Defense, Strength, Health, Magic, Ranged, Woodcutting, Fishing, Mining, Crafting, Cooking, Farming, Slayer, Sailing, Healing

Display a permalink to view your character's stats and inventory.
!inspect [name]
Display a permalink to view someone else's character's stats and inventory.
Checks the current village boost granted by its huts. The streamer sets up buildings, proportional to the village level, to grant leveling bonuses to one or more skills, and assigns a player to each building as a mentor who will increase the village bonus, based on their level in the skill being boosted.
Checks your current EXP multiplier, including scroll boosts, Patreon tier rewards, village hut bonuses, and the rested multiplier.

Leaderboard[edit | edit source]

Displays your rank on the leaderboard.
!leaderboard [skill]
!highscore [skill]
!hs [skill]
Displays your rank on the leaderboard for a particular Skill.

Valid skills: Attack, Defense, Strength, Health, Magic, Ranged, Woodcutting, Fishing, Mining, Crafting, Cooking, Farming, Slayer, Sailing, Healing

These commands are listed in the game's source code, and should display your highest skill, but currently do nothing.

Inventory[edit | edit source]

Your Inventory can be viewed in one of two ways:

  • Using the !inspect command to get a permalink to your current character
  • Logging into and clicking the Inventory tab. Logging in lets you see all 3 of your characters, which each has a separate Inventory.

You can also use !inspect [name] to see the Inventory of other players.

Gifting[edit | edit source]

This allows you to give Inventory Items to other users.

!gift [username] [item name]
!gift [username] [item name] [amount]
This will gift the item to the user. If the amount indicated is greater than the quantity of the item in your inventory, you will only gift the actual amount you possess.

It is not possible to gift Raw Resources, such as Ore. It is only possible to gift Inventory Items, such as Ore Ingots. Tokens and Scrolls also can't be gifted.

Selling to Vendor[edit | edit source]

The Vendor is an NPC character who buys Inventory Items for a set price of coins. It is not possible to buy from the vendor, so essentially items sold to the vendor cease to exist.

!value [item name]
Checks the number of coins you will receive for selling the item to the vendor.
!vendor [item name]
Sells the item to the vendor.
!vendor [item name] [amount]
Sells the specified number of items to the vendor.

Marketplace[edit | edit source]

The marketplace is where players can list Inventory Items for sale, and buy items from other players. It is a global marketplace which is shared between all streams, and persists over time.

All Marketplace listings are available at

!buy [item] [price per item]
!buy [item] [amount] [price per item]
Buys the number of items from the marketplace matching the item name and amount provided. You will always buy the cheapest items on the marketplace. The buy amount can be specified, but if left out you will only purchase one. The max price can be defined by using postfix like 10k, available postfixes: k,m,b.
!sell [item] [price per item]
!sell [item] [amount] [price per item]
Puts an item on the marketplace matching the item name provided. The sell amount can be specified, but if left out you will only post one. The max price can be defined by using postfix like 10k, available postfixes: k,m,b.

Resources[edit | edit source]

Check the number of raw resources your character currently has: wood, ore, fish, wheat, and coin.
These raw Resources are only displayed with the !res command, and are not displayed in your Inventory. It is not possible to !gift these raw resources. It is only possible to gift Inventory Items.
Required for all crafting. Must first be converted to Ore Ingots using the !train crafting command. This is the most important resource in the game.
Acquired by selling Items to the !vendor. Can only be used to !buy items using the marketplace.
.Required for crafting. Must first be converted to Wood Planks using the !train crafting command.
Not currently used for anything. To be used in a future update.
Not currently used for anything. To be used in a future update.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Increasing your crafting skill will unlock items you can craft. You must be training crafting in order to craft an item. If you train crafting during a dungeon or raid, your crafting level will determine your melee stats, and you will receive extra crafting EXP.

!train crafting
Training crafting will convert wood into wood planks, and ore into ingots at a rate of 10/1 every 10 seconds. This causes crafting to level much more quickly.
!craft [item name]
!craft [item name] [amount]
Craft a specific Item which is added to your Inventory.
A full valid item name must be specified.
!craft [item category]
Craft the best item in that category, which you can both craft and equip.
Valid categories: Weapon, Armor, Helm, Chest, Gloves, Leggings, Boots
!craft Helm is interpreted as !craft Armor
  • This command produces duplicates. It does not matter whether you already have that item, or whether you are missing any other item.
  • For example, if you have boots but no leggings, and are able to craft both boots and leggings, but the boots you can craft are better than the leggings you can craft, !craft armor will only produce boots.
!req [item name]
Check the requirements of an item
This command tells you the crafting level required, as well as all the Inventory Items required, including how many of those items you have.
!req Dragon Amulet
You need 42/10 Gold Nugget, 42/1 Dragon Scale, 42/35 Ore Ingot, crafting level 75 to craft Dragon Amulet
In this example, the "42" indicates the number of the item you have.

Cooking[edit | edit source]

In a future update, you will be able to cook Fish and Wheat into consumable items. For now, you can still train your cooking skill. If you train cooking during a dungeon or raid, your cooking level will determine your melee stats, and you will receive extra cooking EXP.

!train cooking
Cooking does not consume or produce anythinng

Equipment[edit | edit source]

Equipment must be equipped to use it.

!equip all
Equips every slot with the best item from your inventory that you are able to equip.
!equip [item name]
Equips a specific item from your inventory, if you are able to equip it.
!unequip all
Unequips all items currently equipped, moving them to your inventory.
!unequip [item name]
Unequips a specific item, moving it to your inventory.

Sailing[edit | edit source]

You can train sailing by sailing between islands, or by sailing with no set destination. If the captain seat is free, you will grab it and start dancing! Improving the Sailing skill currently has no tangible benefit.

Sail without a destination. You will keep sailing the seven seas until you feel content and disembark.
Feeling seasick? Disembark at the closest island. This will stop your character from sailing as soon as they reach a dock.
!sail home
Sails to the home island.
!sail away
Sails to the pirate island.
!sail ironhill
Sails to the island of dragons.
!sail kyo
Sails to the samurai island, which is also where the Onsen is located.
!sail heim
Sails to the home of the vikings.
!travel [destination]
Similar to !sail, but a destination is required.
  • Message: "You must specify a destination, !travel [destination]"

Requirements[edit | edit source]

Each island has an EXP multiplier, and minimum level requirement before training is possible. You do not need to meet all level requirements of an island to train there, just the skill you are training. With the exception of Heim, you can train any combat skill as long as your combat level is high enough for the current island.

Island EXP


Skill Level Ranges
Combat Mining Woodcutting Crafting Farming Fishing Cooking
Home 1x 1+ 1-150 1-180 1-100 1-130 1-140 1-100
Away 1.33x 50+ 75-250 90-200 50-150 65-400 70-400 50-150
Ironhill 1.66x 75+ 125-400 100-400 75-400 N/A N/A 75-400
Kyo 2.5x 200+ 200-600 200-600 200-600 200-600 200-600 200-600
Heim 5x 300+ 300+ 300+ 300+ 300+ 300+ 300+

Resting[edit | edit source]

Resting is only available on Kyo and Heim, but does not have a level requirement.

Shows your current resting status.
  • Message: You're not rested. Sail to Kyo and use !rest or !onsen to rest.
  • Message: You're currently resting and will have 0x more exp for 0s
Starts resting. If not already on Kyo or Heim, an error message is displayed. If already on Kyo or Heim, there is no message response.
  • Message: The onsen is only available on Kyo. You're currently on [island].
!rest leave
Your character leaves the onsen and resumes training the most recently trained skill.

Raids, Dungeons, and Scrolls[edit | edit source]

Raid bosses and dungeons become available every 15-50 minutes. A raid boss or dungeon can also be initiated by anyone with a raid or dungeon scroll. If you change the skill you are training during a raid or dungeon, you will revert back after the fight is over.

Scrolls are purchased from the loyalty page by spending loyalty points. You gain loyalty points by participating in a streamer's Ravenfall server. Moderators and subscribers earn loyalty at an increased rate.

Joins the active raid and teleports the player to the appropriate island. You can only join a raid if a boss has more than 10% health. When the raid is over, the player is teleported back.
!raid start
Consumes a raid scroll and spawns a raid boss for the players to fight. The player starting the raid must also use the !raid command to join the raid.
Queues up to join the active dungeon. You can only join a dungeon before it has begun. If you die during the dungeon, you will be teleported back to where you were training, but you will still receive rewards if it is concluded. When the dungeon is over, the player is teleported back.
!dungeon start
!dungeon scroll
Consumes a dungeon scroll and initiates a new dungeon for players to join. The player starting the dungeon must also use the !dungeon command to join the dungeon.
Consumes an EXP scroll and adds to the current EXP multiplier, as well as extending the current duration. This applies to all streams, though it is also extended for an individual streamer if viewers subscribe, gift a subscription, or donate bits (a subscription adds 5 minutes, 100 bits adds 1 minute). The maximum multiplier is x100.
Checks how many of each type of scroll your character currently has.

Fighting other players[edit | edit source]

The options for PVP fighting are duels and arena.

!duel [player name]
Sends a duel request to a player for a 1-on-1 fight. Great if you want to relieve some stress against someone else. If you already have an active request from that player, you can accept a duel with this command as well.
!duel accept
Accepts a pending duel request.
!duel decline
Rejects a pending duel request.
Join in the arena to fight a free-for-all type of PvP. Last person standing wins! You can only join the arena while on the home island.

Raiding streamers[edit | edit source]

Broadcasters Only: Whenever you're done streaming, as usual, you have the option to raid someone! Alternatively, you can leave your client running while the stream is offline and players will continue to play and gain EXP.

!raid [streamer name]
Bring all your players into the target streamer's Ravenfall server without having them use the !join command. These players will have your logo/profile picture above their names in-game.
!raidwar [streamer name]
Much like !raid, this will bring all players to another stream, but it will declare war against them and both sides will clash and fight each other. A great fun event for whenever you raid a streamer with an equal amount of players.

Tavern[edit | edit source]

Tokens[edit | edit source]

Halloween Tokens

During October and November of every year, Halloween Tokens drop from dungeons, and can be used to buy special pets. It is not possible to gift Halloween Tokens.

!redeem [pet name]
Redeem Halloween Tokens for a Halloween pet.
Pets are displayed in the Tavern. Ask your favorite streamer to enter the Tavern and show you your options.
Available Pets and pricing: Ghost Pet - 5, Bat Pet - 10, Spider Pet - 15, Pumpkin Pet - 20, Werewolf Pet - 25, Yeti Pet - 30
  • You need to specify what to redeem, like: item, exp. See the options available in the Tavern.
  • Could not find a redeemable item matching the query 'invalid pet'
  • Unable to redeem Yeti Pet. You don't have enough Yeti Pet to redeem this item; You need 20 more.
Shows how many Tokens you have
Currently only shows Streamer Tokens.

Tic Tac Toe[edit | edit source]

Inside the Tavern is a Tic Tac Toe board which anyone can play at any time. In order to see the board, the streamer must use free camera mode to go inside the Tavern.

!ttt 1-9
!tictactoe 1-9
Make your move on any of the grid slots between 1 to 9
!ttt reset
!tictactoe reset
Reset the current game

Known Bugs[edit | edit source]

  • The on-screen message after obtaining an item in a raid says you have equipped an item when you have not.
  • !res sometimes does not update raw sources until you !leave and !join - possibly due to not using !leave on a previous stream, or switching characters in the current stream.
  • !redeem message says "you do not have enough [pet name]" instead of "you do not have enough Halloween Tokens" .
does not show Halloween Tokens