This is the much-discussed Armor Problem: armor only spreads out the force of an impact, so no matter how unbreakable it is the wearer still feels some of the shock. In its mildest form that produces something like Tim Burton’s first Batman scene, where Batman’s suit let him survive bullets but they still knocked him down so hard he had to play possum to get at the gunmen. Iron Man in the comics used force fields on Day One.
It wasn’t long before he stopped using them as often, for the more relatable style that “one more hit and he’ll crack my shell open. It will be interesting though to see what happens next. As long as the Excessive Pronoun use in the writing is really over, I’ll keep watching. You knew the writing was sloppy when all the characters said the same exact pronoun-plagued lines. Rick already said he knew that Judith wasn’t his. But he loved her . A few episodes back. A child doesn’t have to be your to love it.