The legendary Sword of Fury, otherwise known as a "spikesword" that sits in the middle of an inaccessible isle with no holes teleporters or anyway to even touch the weapon if you are on the island, has been debated on ever since the introduction of Rookgaard to Tibia. Player after player, and quester after quester have sought some method to obtain this legendary weapon--and everyone of them has failed - but that hasn't stopped people from trying. Update after update, Knightmare seems to fan the flames, adding tiny little hints to kindle the sparks of the hopeful many who seek this legendary weapon.
Looking back several years ago, we got to witness the first of a few "clues" Knightmare so kindly thew into the game to inspire those who wish to wield the legendary Spikesword of Rookgaard. Back in the summer update of 2004, what I believe to be a new script, was added to the sword of fury island. Months afterwards, even to this day, the sword of fury is seen, well actually not seen, on Rookgaard from time to time. This has created an illusion in some players minds that people are solving the sword of fury quest. Well, I think they are wrong, and for a simple and rational reason: No one has garnered any form of solid evidence to show that they have the sword. With 77 game worlds today, and the sword of fury missing on at least one of them a day, you would think that a few hundred Rookgaardians would have the sword by now, and that screenshots would be all over the place. But sadly they don't, and if they did, players wouldn't be having this argument.
Another little clue dropped into the game in a past update was the "Maze of Fury" which some players suspect as having something to do with the sword of fury. This one actually does have something to do with my theory on the matter, which will be discussed later on in the article, but lets instead inform you of what it isn't. The maze of fury, plain and simply, is a flavor for the game. "You see a sign. You read: Bozo Jester and escape artist". Apparently Bozo used the maze of fury to get to the continent of Tibia, where he serves to this day as the kings jester. While players seem to think that the hole in the maze of fury is connected some how to the sword of fury, simply throwing rubbish on top of it will disprove that it is a hole leading to a deeper chasm as it will just sit there.
Players have also sported ridiculous theories that were easily disproved - on obtaining the sword of fury. One of my personal favorites was always fisting out the minotaur on top of the mountain theory which stated that if you fisted the minotaur or, a minotaur mage would appear which you would also kill in order to receive the key to the minotaur mage room. Of course I have disproved this first hand, spending a long hard hour on rookgaard fisting out a minotaur to no avail. A second popular theory was always gaining access to the minotaur mage room in some way, shape, or form and using the teleport. To the best of my knowledge the minotaur mage room has only been opened once, on the first test server a few years ago. Players that challenged the minotaur mage were disappointed in the end to learn that the teleport simply sent you back to the temple.
Looking back at one of the interviews with GM Knightmare, he stated quite simply, "There are so many secrets hidden in my areas that never ever were found, only the obvious things seems to attract people's attention and possibly distract it from other things that would be too obvious else ;o)" And obvious is the solution when you take the time to sit back, and look at the clues.
Let's first inspect the sign next to the sword of fury itself, which states that only the humble shall touch the sword of fury. Straight forward and to the point; unless, of course, you don't know what "humble" means. Looking in the dictionary, two definitions popped out at me after taking the time to analyze the situation:
Low in rank, quality, or station; unpretentious or lowly: a humble cottage.
To give a lower condition or station to; abase.
Now, how does that apply to the situation at hand? Firstly lets try and figure out where you are low in rank on Tibia. When you first join a guild ... when you have a low post count on the forums. ... when you start off in Rookgaard ... wait, what's that? Of course, you are low in rank on Rookgaard. But as you progress in levels, your rank in rookgaard rises and you might not be seen as humble as before. So why not head to either the continent of Darama, or the continent of Tibia once you hit level 8. Once again you will find yourself low in rank, and the sword of fury will be quite accessible to you.
But I pointed out two definitions for a reason, let's look at the second one, to give a lower condition or station to. Let us just say that you did manage to find yourself with a sword of fury on rookgaard. Now ponder for a moment, just how much you might be able to sell that for... 1 million gold? 2 million gold? 10 million gold? But what happens if it finds itself on a trip to Tibia or Darama. How much will it be worth then? 1000 gold, 2000 tops? Needless to say, it will have a lower station on the mainlands where weapons such as the Sword of Valor are available as opposed to rookgaard.
Those ideas in mind, along with Bozo's clever escape trip to the mainlands using the "Maze of Fury" can point you to one simple solution as to how to get the sword of fury. "Hi, yes, Thais, knight, yes," or one of a few other combinations of words. To make it a bit simpler, just go to main. I'm not saying this is the only solution though, go ahead and keep trying those wacky antics of yours, or begging the gods, but either way, this plan is full proof.