Sea of Thieves: A Pirate’s Life Expansion introduces a lot of concepts to new story missions, but many of these items and other features also move into the bigger game. Trident of Dark Tides is one such feature – it’s an item that you can pick up and use as a weapon. In fighting AI enemies or players, it’s similar to Ashen Winds Skull, if you fire and breathe deadly flying bubbles. But how does it work in Trident Games, and it’s hard to find?
How to find the Trident of Dark Tides
Trident of Dark Tides will be available during the scripted moments in the high life literature of A Pirate, but the main adventure mode has several ways to find and obtain one or more of these crews. Here are some of the ways we and other community members found Trident of Dark Tide:
- Defeating a Siren Leader
- Sinking a Skeleton Ship
- Finding one in a shipwreck
- Opening a Skeleton Fort vault
- Found randomly washed up on a beach
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How to use the Trident of Dark Tides
Keep in mind that this is an item that you carry – you can’t run or run with anything else, including your inventory, while playing Trident of Dark Tides. You can put it on the ground if you need to use your hands for something else, or if you want another player to collect it for their personal use. Shooting bubbles with a trident involves holding the main fire button or trigger; Leave to release a bubble. This will be much easier if you hold down the alt-fire button or trigger, as this will propel your trident forward and be ready.
There are three different levels of bubbles that you can fire at enemies, and it totally depends on how long you hold the main fire button. Small bubbles are good for impacting enemies directly and in high pressure situations. Medium-sized bubbles have splash damage. And finally, the biggest bubble you can make will cause a high amount of damage and fall.
Tier 1: Smallest and fastest energy bubble
- Deals 30 damage
- You can take 30 shots approx. before it empties
Tier 2: Bit slower and bigger bubble than the previous one
- Deals 60 damage
- Runs out of charge in 15 shots approx
Tier 3: Slowest but biggest
- Deals 90 damage
- Only 10 shots before the Trident is emptied
Note that the trident has a finite charge, as indicated by the blue crystal. As the blue light fades, your bubble’s ammunition is emptied. Your team’s color will also start to turn gray. Once the trident is completely taken off, it will actually dissolve in your hands.