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Dragon+ issue 38 was released on June 29, 2021 and updated after D&D Live 2021 on July 18 to include a missing In The Works section and other content. It contains the following articles related to the Forgotten Realms.
- 1 Imagining The Ampersand: Lucas Graciano
- 2 In the Works
- 3 Magic: The Gathering – Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Exclusive Card Reveals
- 4 When Magic: The Gathering Met Dungeons & Dragons
- 5 Magic: The Gathering – Adventures in the Forgotten Realms
- 6 Magic: The Gathering – Saturday Morning D&D Secret Lair Drop
- 7 Magic: The Gathering – Using Magic Cards in D&D
- 8 Maps (and Art) of the Month
- 9 Appendix
Imagining The Ampersand: Lucas Graciano
This issue's cover artist lights up a zombie dragon and exonerates a background character!. [citation template]
In the Works
A look at several upcoming releases, and upcoming content for existing releases: [citation template]
- The Wild Beyond the Witchlight and Beadle & Grimm's Platinum and Silver Editions
- Fizban's Treasury of Dragons
- At the Spine of the World collection
- Starlight Enclave
- Mindbreaker: Baldur's Gate III
- Dungeon Academy: No Humans Allowed!
- Neverwinter's Jewel of the North update and Bard class
Magic: The Gathering – Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Exclusive Card Reveals
When Magic: The Gathering Met Dungeons & Dragons
- By Peter Adkison and Steve Conard.
Peter Adkison and Steve Conard take a wander through the history of Magic: The Gathering and its early ties to D&D. [citation template]
Magic: The Gathering – Adventures in the Forgotten Realms
- By James Wyatt and Jules Robins.
Magic: The Gathering – Saturday Morning D&D Secret Lair Drop
- By Matt Chapman.
Magic: The Gathering – Using Magic Cards in D&D
- By Matt Chapman.
If you're looking for inspiration not perspiration or you just want to add flavor to your D&D campaign, a set of Magic cards has you covered.[citation template]
Maps (and Art) of the Month
|2015||Dragon+ #1 • Dragon+ #2 • Dragon+ #3 • Dragon+ #4 • Dragon+ #5|
|2016||Dragon+ #6 • Dragon+ #7 • Dragon+ #8 • Dragon+ #9 • Dragon+ #10 • Dragon+ #11|
|2017||Dragon+ #12 • Dragon+ #13 • Dragon+ #14 • Dragon+ #15 • Dragon+ #16 • Dragon+ #17|
|2018||Dragon+ #18 • Dragon+ #19 • Dragon+ #20 • Dragon+ #21 • Dragon+ #22 • Dragon+ #23|
|2019||Dragon+ #24 • Dragon+ #25 • Dragon+ #26 • Dragon+ #27 • Dragon+ #28 • Dragon+ #29|
|2020||Dragon+ #30 • Dragon+ #31 • Dragon+ #32 • Dragon+ #33 • Dragon+ #34 • Dragon+ #35|
|2021||Dragon+ #36 • Dragon+ #37 • Dragon+ #38|