I went to a toystore that has 2 full boxes of series 3, and began to search and feel the insides, around the tenth, I was lucky enough to feel the handle and shape of the shield, then, to check, tried to feel the bow, and here I am now with mine. It is nice, but i don't feel the need to get more than one.
Don't get me to the pilori, since I haven't opened it yet. His time will come, when one of my MOCs will starve for him.
I have to say he seems quite anxious and the sand green arms are odd (biased feeling for the orcs already use this color) the longbow should have had no arrow on it, or has to exist the two way if some more elves are comming.
And for the quiver, we have many loose, and it is on the PAB, if one wants to put one on his back, but he already has a cape, and I'm not keen on putting more than one neck accessory on a minifig, Majisto is an exception it is hard enough to live with.
It would be nice to see some elvish sets alongside the Kingdoms line, in some complementary sets that those who are fantasy-minded could get while those more historical-minded like me could pass or occasionnally buy for out-world universe or display. Same goes for skeletons, orcs and dwarves, we should get back to more one-faction only sets, with, say, Peasants to fill jails where needed, everyday people are always welcome in any castle legoverse. If only castle line would have been made that way, I would probably have bought more sets, because eventually, almost every set of this line, including MMV (while a present for me), has been bought by my GF, I say almost because I stocked some more wizards and soldiers than the ones she already have had bought.