Codex - Ebon Dwarven Wolf Head
Thelist of codex entries of the antiquity Ebon Dwarven Wolf Head in the ESO-Database.
Eastmarch Codex - Ebon Dwarven Wolf Head
- Dwarven Spine-Coupling Amazing! The craftsmanship of this metal spine allows it to move almost as well as an animal's spine. But, which animal? Pretty remarkable that a race that constantly recoiled from messy mortality used natural structures in their designs!
- Dwarven Steam Conduit Such a small conduit! It makes me think this belongs to an automata of some sort. Perhaps a vamidium? The metal features several reinforcing clamps. The Dwarves clearly designed this to withstand tremendous pressure.
- Dwarven Rib-Frame These metal strips all curve inward from edges that clearly must attach to another component. Resembles a rib cage, I'd say. Probably built to protect vulnerable components while allowing access to talented architects.
- Aligned Dwarven Plates A series of connected ebony plates and Dwarf-metal accents? It almost resembles the structure of a snake. I've heard tales of similar creatures in the Clockwork City. By Auri-El, if I ever make it to that place, I'll faint on the spot!
- Weathered Dwarven Cogs Interesting. Traces of ebony make me think this cog was set within that type of metal. So, black and bronze? Someone was building for drama! You don't often see that kind of alloying in Dwarven work.
- Worn Dwarven Gears Given the size, these gears belong to something smaller than a Dwarven Centurion, but bigger than a Dwarven Sphere. How exciting! An as-yet unknown animunculus just waiting for assembly!
- Cracked Dwarven Gear Shafts These shafts connect to a frame. Is the Dwemeris inscription supposed to be instructions? They clearly socket into another segment of a larger machine. Something with multiple limbs by the looks of it.
- Aetherquartz Tonal Resonator This translucent stone makes a sound when properly placed in its setting. I can feel a bit of a zing when I touch it, so it has residual charge left. Extraordinary! I wonder what this relic empowers!
- Dwarven Leather Saddle Seat Aha! This clearly belongs to a vamidium. I would say a quadruped. Perhaps a horse? The Dwemeris inscription appears much fiercer than the ones I've seen on other mechanical mounts. Could this object be a weapon of war?
- Dwarven Horngrip This handle clearly belongs to some sort of vamidium, but the ebony styling is unlike any I've seen before. I can scarcely imagine watching someone take that grip in hand and swing their leg astride a hissing steed!
- Sloped Dwarven Guards Hmm. Amalien can correct me if I'm wrong, but I definitely get the sense that these plates were meant to protect and reinforce a limb or other potential load-bearing element. They look quite sleek by Dwarven standards!
- Inclined Dwarven Paneling Judging by the minor scrapes I see, these metal plates overlay each other, forming what might be a neck? Odd, considering Dwarves prided themselves on precision. Someone must have attempted to reassemble it, only to fail.
- Dwarven Breastguard This plate clearly connects to a spinal and neck structure that holds inner workings of a vamidium's shoulder-machinery. It lacks some sort of stone, though. Perhaps a resonator sockets in there somehow.
- Ebony-forged Dwarven Limbs Four limbs! Four! A quadruped! The shapes indicate a large dog or wolf, perhaps. Oh, but I shouldn't get my hopes up. Knowing my luck, they'll wind up belonging to some ugly, four-legged crab.
- Dwarven Articulated Paws These are vamidium dog or wolf paws, which makes me wonder if Dwarves saw these creatures the same way Solitude's Nords see their silver wolves. Probably not. Of all the races of Tamriel, the Dwarves were the least sentimental.
- Large Aetherium Lenses Ah, precious aetherium! These gems might provide some form of vision, perhaps serving as lenses in a farseeing device? Certainly not meant for a person of Dwarven scale. These probably belonged to a vamidium or other large animunculus.
- Ebon Dwarven Wolf Head Ah. A wolf's head shaped in metal. For all their brooding and reclusiveness, it seems even Dwarves weren't immune to the dog's inherent charm! Everyone loves a loyal dog, right? Given the scale, this wolf almost certainly wants for a rider.