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Dragon issue 359, Final Issue!, was released in September of 2007. It was the final print issue of Dragon magazine. It contained the following articles related to the Forgotten Realms:

The Last SessionEdit

By Jason Bulmahn, Mike McArtor, Erik Mona, F. Wesley Schneider. p. 8

Erik Mona says goodbye.

Unsolved Mysteries of D&DEdit

By Dungeons & Dragons editors. p. 26–34

In its 33 year history, Dungeons & Dragons has crafted numerous mysteries that have, as a matter of policy or for the sake of mystery, gone unsolved. Finally, after decades of secrecy, we attempt to reveal a few of the unsolved mysteries of D&D. [citation template]

Demonomicon of Iggwilv: ApocryphaEdit

By James Jacobs. p. 42–52

Some notes on demon types, plus stats for six lesser demon lords. [citation template]

1d20 Villains: D&D's Most Wanted; Preferably DeadEdit

By Jason Bulmahn, James Jacobs, Mike McArtor, Erik Mona, E.Wesley Schneider, Todd Stewart, and Jeremy Walker. p. 54–69

Included here are twenty of D&D's coolest, most powerful, and infamous villains, ready to be randomly dropped into your game. In addition to a background, current activities, and source material, each villain includes a sample rules element to add to the villainy. [citation template]

Goodbye and Hello, as Always: One Last Evening with the Wizards ThreeEdit

By Ed Greenwood. p. 79–82

A last meeting of the Wizards Three. [citation template]

Elminster versus RaistlinEdit

By Cam Banks. p. 84

Who'd win?

The Ecology of the TarrasqueEdit

By Ed Greenwood and Johnathan M. Richards. p. 88–95

A scholarly treatise on the Tarrasque. [citation template]

Volo's Guide: Myth Drannor, City of SongEdit

By Eric L. Boyd. p. 102–105

Myth Drannor circa 1375 DR. [citation template]

Class Acts: Wizard GuideEdit

By Amber Scott. p. 118

Everything you need to play a wizard.

Class Acts: Forgotten FaithsEdit

By F. Wesley Schneider. p. 121

Churches and temples rise and fall, just as do all works of men. Faiths that spanned realms one generation are the half-forgotten superstitions of the next, and deities once feared and exalted become myths and memories. But as long as there are those who remember the old ways and keep their faith alive, these aged gods and religions never die. [citation template]

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