Just putting this whole situation in context... (and as an outsider, I wasn't involved in the organisation of Skulls FB 2015 and am no longer on the Outpost committee)
The main reason Skulls is open list is so that someone who is qualified and willing to answer Warhammer questions and check lists can also play at the tournament.
No experienced TO at Outpost has even passing knowledge of the current state of Warhammer to be able to do the same, and no-one who does have that knowledge was able to step up.
So thankfully Casey stepped up, preserving one of the last venerable Warhammer tournaments in the state--the GW GT is gone, Gauntlet is gone, Feat of Arms is gone, Ultimates is gone. Skulls is likely to join that list unless someone takes ownership of it.
People need to have a look at themselves and the state of the community and decide what they want. If they want these things to continue, they need to step up. And I'm not talking about people like Casey and the others that have started organising tournaments in the last couple of years since the old tournaments have fallen away--I'm talking about the rest of you who play in tournaments and at clubs and are part of the community.
Get involved people! Act, belong and commit and all that
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