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Yields Dragon Heartscales
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It was named after the dragon that was worshipped by a particular sect of a dragon cult. According to Tolfdir, the cult was quite fond of ritual sacrifices to the extent that the High Priest would spend a great deal of time sharpening the dagger so it was always ready for its next victim.
Tolfdir will ask the Dragonborn to use the dagger to retrieve Dragon heartscales for him. The dagger can be kept and used to gain further dragon heartscales even after completing the quest. The dagger cannot be stored or dropped until completion of the quest, It can however be removed from the inventory if placed in a weapon rack or display case in a house.
- Kavohzein's Fang must be wielded in the right hand in order to collect heartscales.
- It cannot be improved at a grindstone.
- The Dragonborn will not receive a message noting that heartscales have been added to the inventory, but they will nonetheless appear among the miscellaneous items in the Dragonborn's inventory.
- The weapon can be enchanted to the specified enchants available for weapons (absorb health, absorb stamina, banish, etc).
- High Gate Ruins after defeating Vokun in the A Scroll for Anska quest.
- Forelhost Refectory after defeating Rahgot, the Dragon Priest.
- Ragnvald after defeating Otar the Mad, the Dragon Priest.
- Valthume, in the chest in front of the Word Wall.
- Lost Valkygg, in the large chest near the deep hole and a Draugr Deathlord.
- Volskygge, in a chest by the throne of the final Draugr boss before the mountain top exit.
Alteration Ritual Spell has been accepted. As the dagger is a quest item, it will become stuck in the inventory. It can however be removed from the inventory if placed in a weapon rack or display case in a house.Kavohzein's Fang may appear before the
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (First appearance)
- ↑ The Elder Scrolls V: Official Skyrim Game Guide