Ravenskye City: Free Energy Cheat and Tip

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In Ravenskye City, it can be really frustrating when it seems like you’re always running out of energy. There’s not enough of it to really get done what you want to get done, to chop up all of your wood and crush all of your rocks, and then to finish building everything that you want to finish building. There’s all kinds of downloads out there that promise to offer free energy, but cheat bots are always getting weeded out by the makers of Ravenskye City, and they’re a good way to get your account banned from playing Ravenskye City. But there’s a way to get free energy without using any cheat bots at all. It’s a cheat, but it’s something you can do entirely within the game itself. How’s that? Read on!

This is very simple and easy to do. Go and loginto your Ravenskye City game. Now, look below the bottom of the game screen, and there will be a link that says “Click here to getyour daily free energy!” or something of the sort. Click it, and you will have a free energy link sent to your email. Don’t open it yet though. If you do, you won’t be able to do this trick.

When you click it, there will be a pop up that confirms that your energy was sent. It will also have a button that says “Click to resend”. Click this button over and over. Click it as many times as you want.

Now, go back to your email and start opening all of your Ravenskye City emails one by one. Click the free energy link inside each one, wait for the game to load, and then close it once it tells you that you received your free energy. Do this again and again until you run out of links to click in your emails. You can absolutely load up on free energy this way.

To confirm that your free energy is there, go to your Inventory, go to Special, and check out how much energy you have in your inventory.You should be loaded up on free energy with this trick!

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