Just wanted to say thank you for everyone for voting and congratulations to @scrollbuilderdude for winning and to @Vincent Venturella for coming second!
Not only these two, but everyone in the short-list and all those who received mentions in the nominations thread deserve a round of applause for all they do. For some, the hobby is their local game store, their local meta, playing 1000pts Matched Play every Wednesday night. For others, the hobby is full of Narrative Gamers who travel the length and breadth of the country (and beyond!) to attend events, painting up magnificent armies on wonderful display board. There is a whole host of different ways to play the game and each is valid in its own way. The wider community has helped developed this sense of choice through the production of everything from Matched Play events and packs, all the way to Skirmish and Narrative rulesets and global campaigns.
I have been into AoS for just over a year now and I can safely say I have not been this excited about being a part of the Warhammer Community ever. Thank you to all those who have made it so awesome and keep doing what you're doing! Hopefully this little community champion award has highlighted some cool new stuff out there for those who might not have experienced it before. Perhaps you're a dyed-in-the-wool tournament goer, who now fancies trying out some of the End Times Battleplans within your gaming group? Or maybe you've been stuck with pen and paper for the past year and a bit and finding out about ScrollBuilder.com has transformed the way you write lists? Who knows. Whatever it is, hopefully bringing greater exposure to these Community Champions and, in a very small way, thanking them for what they do was what this was all about.
Dan & the Tales of Sigmar Podcast team