Paper Hidden Blade

You All know about Assassin's Creed. Well, Assassin's Creed Fans usually don't have enough money to buy their own, so I'm showing you how to make one. It's Easy.

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Step 1: Step 1: Materials





Step 2: Step 2: Part 1

Get a Piece of paper and fold it in half long ways. Repeat. Repeat. This will result in a slim piece of paper.

Tape or glue together. Cut your own blade shape. Tape or glue together.

Step 3: Step 3: Part 2


Put the other folded part into a new sheet of paper. Add a little space to the edge. Keep folding repeatingly and glue or tape edge.

Step 4: Step 4: Part 3

Take the blade out of the newly folded piece and press the edges opposite of each other. Get your scissors and make a small cut 1/2 inch away from edge. Repeat on other side. Open up the piece and cut from the small cut to the other, it doesn't have to be straight. Fold the edges outwards and it is the body/ base

Step 5: Step 5: Construction

Get a scrap piece of small paper and fold in half. Fold halfway from that fold on both sides. Glue to the edge of the blade. Put the blade in the body/ base and put the scrap piece up. Just to check, move the scrap piece up and down on the body. The blade should go in and out.

Step 6: Step 6: Gauntlet

Wrap a piece of paper around your arm and tape slightly lose. Tape the blade and body to the gauntlet.

Step 7: Step 7: Join the Brotherhood

You're done.

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    9 Discussions

    Micheal J.C

    3 years ago

    im so confused by step 4 maybe reword it at this moment im typeing this i dont have it yet and i do lots of origami too


    3 years ago

    This sounds great! I'd love to see pictures of your hidden blade!

    4 replies

    Reply 3 years ago

    You can always edit your instructable after it's been published. If you ever do add pictures let me know, I'd love to see them!