Tridents require metallurgy. Metallurgy requires reliably produced heat. Reliably produced heat requires the ability to start fire. The ability to start fire requires not living underwater. Where did King Triton get his trident and crown?
Do you realize how many ships sink during supposedly natural storms? I've never heard word from this so-called king after "natural" disasters claim more treasure galleons.
Face it, any worked metal these saturated savages possess was stolen from honest, dutiful smiths.
Who built the Batmobile?
You can't have hundreds of probably custom parts made by different child companies that don't communicate with each other and expect it to work perfectly once assembled! Someone's going to need to know what the finished machine does!
Batman: The Animated Series addressed this with a private mechanic Batman approached
In the Comics, Lucius Fox is one of Batman's allies and helps him with R&D and practical construction.
He has a slave for that. No, really. His name's Harold, he's a mute hunchback, and he lives in the Batcave and makes gadgets and vehicles for Batman. He died a few years back. I don't think he's canon to the current continuity, though.
I thought it was misinformation in case ze Germans heard about it.
"what's that, Hans? They're moving some water tanks up? I don't care how much tea they're drinking; my feet are sloughing off."
Batman is one of the richest motherfuckers on earth and his entire thing is that he has no fucking life whatsoever and prepared the last 10-20 years for this shit.
He built it him-fucking-self.
Also >>44597951 I am pretty sure in the original stories he's been gifted it by someone. Probably Hephaestus, nigga was a cuck but really damn talented.