I just found out about 9th age being it's own rule set (I just assumed it was slang for AoS) and have skimmed through some of the rule boom and it really hasn't changed all that much. What I personally can't stand are the army books and I'm curious how folks who have played the game feel about it. With unit caps are lizards going back to skink clouds and are saurus even worth taking? Why is light armor 20 pts? Why do clanrats (to jump armies) cost one point less than orcs and is Skavens tactic going back to slave bombs? Seems more like 8th ed rules with 7th ed armies and more restrictions. Like if Skyrim was still called an open world but all you could do was fast travel to and explore the cities. Thoughts?