pipes, cardboard, hot glue, duck tape, wire tape, masking tape, pencil, and knife.
Step 1: Have a four way pipe and have a pipe that is placed in hot glue and slide it into the top of the four way pipe.
Step 2: Grab a three way pipe and have another pipe with hot glue on it and slide it through the three way and make sure it also goes to the other pipe. You might have to cut a hole on the bottom of the three way to make this work.
Step 3: Use duck tape and tape the two pieces with the hot glue in it together to make it more secure.
Step 4: Grab curved pipes and hot glue a small pipe big and small enough to fit on the top.
Step 5: Glue both to the sides on the top and wrap wire tape around the gab a couple of times.
Step 6: Grab to short pipes shorted than the middle and hot glue and wire tape them on.
Step 7: Have small pipes placed under the top and cover the openings with wire tape.
Step 8: Grab a super long thick pip and have it measure 5 feet long.
Step 9: Do the same thing from the first piece and have the curved pipes on the bottom of your handle.
Step 10: Have a bigger pip fit over the small pipe sticking from the bottom and hot glue and wire tape it on as well as placing masking tape on the bottom.
Step 11: At the two ends of the two pieces, have layers of wire tape on the ends in case if you can't fit the two ends together and then place a bigger pipe over the pieces and hot glue the pieces together.
Step 12: Wrap duck tape around the big pipe to properly secure it.
Step 13: Grab a piece of wire tape and place it diagonally between the top three points.
Step 14: Wrap masking tape over the wire tape to make curves.
Step 15: Cut out cardboard shaped points with a rectangle on the bottom so that you can roll it up and snug it in the pipes.
Step 16: Wrap masking tape around the cardboard shapes to secure them.
Step 17: Make a middle point and do the same thing from the last step.
Step 18: Cut two more pieces of the three points so that you have three layers on each point and hot glue them together.
Step 19: Same thing from the top, add curves on the bottom of the trident.
Step 20: Cut out small 90 degree angle triangles and do the same thing from the cardboard steps.
Step 21: Add more curves going with the triangles.
Step 22: Cover any tape with masking tape so that the paint can stick on.
Step 23: Paint the whole trident gold and have two layers of that paint on. Cover any parts that you missed and you are done with your trident.
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