Online:Dwarven Scarab (pet)

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This article is about the pet. For the creature, see Dwarven Scarab (creature).

Some adventurers call animunculi like these nuisances since they get under foot easily. Some who prefer constructed companions recommend the Dwarven Scarab over any other type, stating that not only are they pleasing to the eye but also neat as a pin.
Dwarven Scarab
ON-icon-pet-Dwarven Scarab.png
Dwarven Scarab
Type Exotic
Default Name Ambler
Acquired From Searching for Antiquities in The Reach
Category Non-Combat Pets (Exotic)
Quality Legendary
Limit Type Special Collectible

The Dwarven Scarab is a Dwarven construct that can be obtained via the Antiquities system with the Markarth DLC. Its default name is "Ambler".

The pet is split into 7 fragments. Leads for each fragment drop from any mob in Bthar-Zel in Blackreach: Arkthzand Cavern. The Leads have an extremely low drop rate, primarily as all mobs in this dungeon (mostly Dwarven Architon mobs) rarely drop any loot upon death, let alone an Antiquity Lead.

After collecting, scrying, and excavating all 7 leads, the pet will be unlocked in your Collections menu.


The table below shows the fragments in the order that they appear in the Antiquities menu:

Lead Source Location
ON-icon-style material-Dwemer Frame.png Thin Dwarven Hinges Any mob Bthar-Zel, Library of Arkthzand (including courtyard)
ON-icon-quest-Dwarven Part 04.png Sloped Dwarven Stalks
ON-icon-fragment-Golden Dwarven Thorax.png Golden Dwarven Thorax
ON-icon-style material-Dwemer Scrap.png Dwarven Internal Machinery
ON-icon-quest-Insect Wings.png Faceted Dwarven Wings
ON-icon-fragment-Dwarven Segmented Legs.png Dwarven Segmented Legs
ON-icon-head-Mandibles.png Dwarven Scarab Head


There is one achievement associated with this skin.

Achievement Points Description
ON-icon-achievement-Dwarven Scarab.png Dwarven Scarab 50 Find all the fragments in Bthar-zel, in Blackreach, and assembly the Dwarven Scarab antiquity.