From publisher blurb:
Wardens of the Wild is a lorebook of all things elven. Within these 216 pages are the details of their rich history, culture and relations with the other races along with some excellent fiction. As a lorebook, it is a compilation of vast amounts of new and existing elven character options all in one easy to reference sourcebook. This title is compatible with both the Pathfinder(TM) and 5e Dungeons & Dragons(TM) RPGs.
- The core elven subraces (High, Grey, Sylvan) have been redefined and reimagined.
- New elven subrace: Umbral elves, a mysterious lost tribe of elves trapped on the plane of shadows only to return and find themselves unwanted
- New elven subrace: Elflings, a mischevious breed of elf and myriad other fey creatures
- Half-elves reimagined with options for the various elf bloodlines
- Elven craftsmanship is detailed, providing information on elven masterwork items, elven item qualities and exotic elven equipment, weapons and armors
- Over 100 elven feats, including new feats for the Song of Swords combat style and newly introduced Reverie feats
- Dozens of elven traits
- 21 elven archetypes such as the Spider Champion (Antipaladin), the Forest Sentinel and Ley Line Channeler (Druid), Spelldancer (Magus), Limb Strider and Lone Wolf (Ranger)
- 2 new classes, the Rampart alternate magus class, whom excels at defending and the Thorn Warden, a druid/rogue hybrid, who brings the spirit of the forest to life in battle.
- Dozens of new spells and magic items
- Flora and fauna of the elven woods, including the great Arsae'Ladir trees of life, and elven Cu Sidhe hound