Miniature Wargaming Club Leuven
'Schild en Vriend' is an old Flemish battlecry, used in the rebellion of the city of Brugge against the French, May 18, 1302. Legend tells that it was used to differentiate between the French-speaking (who could not pronounce 'schild') and Flemish-speaking citizens. Nowadays, historians tell us that it was probably 'Des Gilden Vriend'.
Schild en Vriend
The 'historical' group consists of about 6 regular players, and a bunch of irregulars ;-). If you're interested in who we are, take a look at our utterly uninformative members page. We regularly play on Tuesday-evenings, at the Lonely Mountain gameshop, Leuven. Feel free to visit if you're interested in seeing a game in action!
A CrossFire game in progress. British paras in the house try to stop German attackers. If you click the picture you will see more CrossFire pictures.
We maintain a schedule of upcoming games for the historical group. However, this schedule is liable to change, so please check with one of the regulars if you want to visit unexpectedly.
If you're a seasoned wargamer, you might want to know what our popular rulesets are. And for those of you wondering what the elements in our coat of arms mean, this is the place to go.
Finally, if you're interested in the Warhammer activities of the club, click here.
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Schild en Vriend Miniature Wargaming Club Leuven