@Rogue Star - You have already explained that city better than GW has, at least in the article that mentioned it. I think the problem I have with the AoS setting is the way they present it; with WFB the setting was based on history, all be it with fantasy creatures, and so much of the basic logistics and details of the setting didn't need explaining as we were already familiar with them. But, in AoS the setting is extreme with gods walking about and epic god-beasts all dwelling in fantasical realms. GW did a rubbish job at the start of explainng it all and that has improved but they still have some way to go. The Cities of Sigmar book has the potential to really flesh it out and make a place for the common human believable but I suspect it will be little more than a compilation of old minis. I'd love to be wrong though.