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 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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Latest News...

WizKids Paintable Miniatures Are Now In Stock!

WizKids Paintable Miniatures 1

We are pleased to bring in the full range of WizKids paintable miniatures to complement our existing line of Reaper’s Bones line. The new miniatures include two or more miniatures…
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Magic Pro Tour Kyoto Preliminary Qualifier (PPTQ)

Relentless Dragon is proud to host a Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifier for Pro Tour Kyoto. Date: Saturday March 25th, 2017 Format: Standard Competitive REL, deck lists required Tournament Structure: Swiss…
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Closed Today

Due to the blizzard, the Relentless Dragon is closed today.  Please stay safe and warm!

Infinity 2017 Q1 ITS

Join the Relentless Dragon and the New Hampshire Wargamer’s Alliance for an official Infinity Tournament on February 25th 2017. Event details: Registration at 10:30 a.m. and first round starts at…
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Pokemon Sun and Moon League Cup

Join us for the Pokemon League Cup for Sun and Moon season! Date: Saturday March 18th Registration: 10:00AM to 11:00AM Start: 11:00AM Format: Standard Entrance Fee: $20.00 for Seniors and…
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