The combination is Hawk – Wolf – Dragon (top to bottom) which does not appear on the claw but is suggested by the etchings Tharstan found.
The two halves of the Amethyst Claw can be found by going through the gates on either side of the chamber. These are closed when entering the chamber and opened with the previously mentioned handle on the base. Before turning the handle, follow the instructions on the etched plaque: Make a sacrifice.
Location. Can be found on the corpse of a Draugr Deathlord in Vahlok’s Tomb.
The combination is hawk – wolf – dragon (top to bottom), which does not appear on the talon but is suggested by the etchings Tharstan found. Once the door opens, up the stairs is an iron gate that is opened by a pull chain and leads to the main burial chamber where Vahlok the Jailer rests.
Vahlok is the only notable Dragon Priest not assigned a mask. He is the only known dragon priest, with the possible exception of Otar before his madness, who was known for his kindness. His in-game name is Vahlok the Jailer (not Jailor).
Shalidor used the Wooden Mask in an attempt to access Konharik by bending time around the shrine, but failed when he realized he needed the other 8 Dragon Priest Masks, so hid them he the wooden mask mask so nobody can use it.
Maneuvering through the dungeon is fairly straightforward. Eventually, the Dragonborn will encounter a riddle door guarded by a leveled enemy. Looting his corpse spawns the Diamond Claw, which unlocks the door and allows the player to exit the temple.
The Ebony Dragonclaw is found in Korvanjund during the quest “The Jagged Crown”. Depending on which side of the war you support, you can find it in the Hall of Tales near the corpses by either two Imperial Soldiers or two Stormcloaks.
Interior. To advance further, an ancient Norse pickaxe must dig through the sarcophagus to the west to reveal a secret passage to a lower chamber. The passage turns south and leads to a locked iron door that can be opened with the same key found in the chest mentioned above.
Vahlok’s Tomb is an ancient Norse tomb found on Solstheim in The Elder Scrolls V: Dragonborn. It is south of the village of Skaal and east of Kagrumez. It can only be accessed after the Lost Legacy quest has been started.
Vahlok’s Tomb is located south-southeast of Thirsk Mead Hall, just east of Kagrumez. Make sure you stock up on potions and your best weapons, then make your way to the tomb. You can find the entrance at the end of the passageway caused by the earthquake.
They are Daedric artifacts attributed to Hermaeus Mora. There are seven different Black Books scattered throughout the ruins of Solstheim. Three are guarded by the dragon priests Ahzidal, Dukaan, and Zahkriisos. Many of the books can be found through the repeatable quest “Lost Knowledge”.
Used to open gates and gain access to treasuries in Kagrumez. Each time they are used to open a door in Kagrumez, they are returned to inventory.