When health is low, it has a chance to heal wearer and damage nearby enemies.
|Class: Heavy Armor, Mask|
|Upgrade Material: Gold Ingot|
|Perk: Daedric Smithing|
Unlike the others, it is the only one without an associated dragon priest. The mask also has the highest base armor rating of all nine.
Craftsmanship and unique conditions
When worn, it is distinctly different from the other masks in not only the style of the mask, but the color scheme of the hood. The hood is black with gold trim, compared to the usual brown with grey trim. The mask can be worn with the Archmage's Robes and Hooded Thalmor Robes, but not with other forms of headgear, such as circlets. Because the mask is considered heavy armor, it does not function with the Alteration perk "Mage Armor".
This dragon mask can be acquired after collecting all the previous masks. To collect this mask entry into Bromjunaar Sanctuary is required.
The sanctuary can be found within the central barrow in Labrynthian. Here lies a Wooden Mask that sends its wearer back to a time before the destruction of Bromjunaar Sanctuary. The central focus of the sanctuary is the dragon priest shrine.
Once the eight masks are placed in each respective slot on the shrine, the final mask Konahrik is revealed. The other masks may be taken from the shrine once Konahrik is obtained.
Konahrik bears a unique enchantment called Konahrik's Privilege. This translates into the following possibilities:
On rare occasions, the mask summons a spectral Dragon Priest ally. The Dragon Priest may use Ice Spike and Reanimate Corpse. In the event of no corpses nearby, the Dragon Priest will summon a Storm Atronach.
When the wearer is low on health, there is a chance that the mask will knock back enemies, heal the wearer and any nearby allies, and grant a fire cloak for a brief time. The healing benefit will raise the restoration skill, and the fire cloak will aid the destruction skill. A similar healing effect can be achieved with the perk Avoid Death, which activates when health reaches a critical low with no random variables. However, the perk is limited to one activation per day, whereas the mask's effect is constant.
It can be upgraded with an gold ingot at a workbench, and also benefits from the Daedric Smithing perk, which doubles the improvement. Placing the mask on the Dragon Priest shrine will remove any improvement done via smithing.
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (First appearance)
|Dragon Priest Masks|
|Skyrim||Hevnoraak • Konahrik • Krosis • Morokei • Nahkriin • Otar • Rahgot • Vokun • Volsung|
|Dragonborn||Ahzidal • Dukaan • Miraak • Zahkriisos|