The Relentless Dragon is a game store located in Nashua, New Hampshire, specializing in collectible/trading card games like Magic: the Gathering, Pokémon, and Yu-Gi-Oh!; non-collectible card games like Dominion, Star Realms, and Munchkin; role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons; miniature games like X-Wing, Armada, and Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40K; and table-top/board games such as Catan (formerly Settlers of Catan), Ticket to Ride, and Carcassonne.

We provide a large playing area of tables and chairs which can accommodate over 80 players. This space is free to use for game-related purposes which are consistent with our vision. Reservations are not required, though if you’re planning a large gathering, they are recommended.

Tournaments for various games are held on a regular basis. These tournaments include both manufacturer-sponsored and non-sponsored events.

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Aether Revolt Pre-Release Events

Saturday and Sunday January 14-15, 2017 Saturday and Sunday January 14-15, 2017 Aether Revolt is the latest set for Magic: the Gathering, and the final set in Kaladesh block. Aether…
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Bulk Magic: the Gathering Rares – Now $0.75 in 2017!

Great news! We have repriced all of our bulk Magic: the Gathering rares from $1.00 to $0.75 each for the new year. Get 25% more Magic for your buck! 🙂

Pokemon Sun & Moon Pre-Release

Join us for the exciting Pre-Release of Pokemon Sun and Moon on Saturday January 28th. Registration begins at 10:00AM and the event will begin at 11:00AM. The cost to enter…
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Magic Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifier (PPTQ)

Relentless Dragon is proud to host a Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifier for Pro Tour Nashville. Format: Standard Competitive REL, deck lists required Tournament Structure: Swiss rounds with a cut to…
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Pokemon League Cup

Join us for the 1st Pokemon League Cup for Evolutions season! Date: Sunday January 8th Registration: 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Start: 11:00 a.m. Format: Standard Entrance Fee: $20.00 for Seniors and Masters,…
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