Be a tree-hugging wizard as the new Warden class in The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind | PCGamesN

Be a tree-hugging wizard as the new Warden class in The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind

The Red Mountain

If I had the power to summon a massive grizzly and make it attack anyone who disagrees with me, I’d definitely have my own catchphrase. I’d be dropping “bear with me” into every single conversation, fluttering my eyebrows and tilting my head towards Gary (my bear is called Gary, okay). You would laugh. If you didn’t, I would say “it bears repeating”. If you still didn’t laugh, Gary would rip off your face.  

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It’s probably a good job I’m not a Warden, the new, tree-hugging, nature-loving, bear-having class in The Elder Scrolls Online. As you can see in the new trailer above, they’re not all about bears, they’re also about trees, birds, butterflies, and other stuff that can be weaponised against meaty targets.

“Revealing themselves to the world for the first time, Wardens possess a wide assortment of abilities to help defend the wilds and people of Tamriel,” says the official blurb. “With the versatility to act as a damage dealer, a healer, or protector (or any combination in between) the Warden’s powerful and unique nature-based magic brings an entirely new element to ESO.”

As with all of the game’s classes, you can customise your Warden to suit your playstyle, so yours doesn’t have to be quite as infatuated with bears as my dude. The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind releases June 6, giving you the right to bear arms. Get it? Eh, eh? Gary, eat their face.