Welcome to the 9th Age Rules Lexicon section! Fantasy Battles: The Ninth Age brings you a free and balanced way to play tabletop games. To be balanced and fair it involves rules. And there are a lot of rules. Some are easy to understand, some logical, but overall there is simply a lot to memorize. To make things easier for our players we made this Rules Lexicon project, so they may have those rules within their reach without needing to open up their rulebook every time. It works fairly easily: whenever you type the name of a specific term or rule, it creates a lexicon link. By hovering over the link you will see a shortened version of the rule, and by clicking on it you will be taken to its full, unabridged version. We are working hard to get all the relevant terms and rules under the Rules Lexicon. If you find some errors, omissions, inconsistencies, discrepancies, or if you think some rule should be added, please let the Lexicon Team know! Greatness lies in small details – let’s try to make this project even better. Happy gaming, T9A
Welcome to the 9th age miniature section. Since Fantasy Battles: The Ninth Age is a project focused on bringing you free and balanced rules to play tabletop games with, we also would like to help you find models to play our game with. We are not a miniature company in any way or form, but luckily enough you can find several models for each army and where to buy them right here on these pages. Building, painting and basing the miniatures you play with is a joy in itself, and the way your army looks can be as important for you as the rules itself. That's why we encourage all the players, newcomers and oldtimers to check this page. Just select one of the armies below to show you the catalogue with all the models we know off to represent your army. It will also include links to the site where you can buy all these beautiful models from. If you know of any models that would fit the armies of the Ninth Age, please edit the wiki accordingly to add it to our collection.
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