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Dragon+ Magazine

Dragon+ is your official mobile source for all-things Dungeons & Dragons

Dragon+ is your official mobile source for all-things Dungeons & Dragons

Dragon+ Magazine

by Wizards of the Coast
Dragon+ Magazine
Dragon+ Magazine
Dragon+ Magazine

What is it about?

Dragon+ is your official mobile source for all-things Dungeons & Dragons. This free app for iPhone or iPad has everything you want to know about D&D in one easy place.

Dragon+ Magazine

App Details

Version
3.1
Rating
(436)
Size
18Mb
Genre
Magazines & Newspapers
Last updated
November 21, 2017
Release date
April 23, 2015
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App Store Description

Dragon+ is your official mobile source for all-things Dungeons & Dragons. This free app for iPhone or iPad has everything you want to know about D&D in one easy place.

What you get:
• Game strategies and insights
• In-depth look at the current D&D storyline
• Informative interviews
• Ongoing comic series
• Great bits of lore
• Forgotten Realms world information
• Community updates and fan submissions
• Entertaining videos

In addition to ongoing up-to-the minute news updates, every second month you’ll enjoy a new issue of Dragon+ showcasing what’s new in Dungeons & Dragons – from backstory and world information to discussions about what’s coming next from the creators and developers of your favorite D&D products.

There’s always more about the world of D&D to learn and the Dragon+ app is your light in the dark and your constant D&D companion.

Subscribe now to get the latest issue delivered straight to your iPad or iPhone. Welcome to Dragon+!

What's New in Issue 14:

Join us as Dragon+ heads off on its travels! This is no holiday, mind, as we visit the unexplored jungles of Chult; a lost world that contains the latest lethal mausoleum to test your mettle: Tomb of Annihilation. Following in the grand tradition of Tomb of Horrors, you’ll face an array of monsters, traps, trickery, and dinosaurs (yes, we said dinosaurs!) in this deadly structure.

Having been bitten hard by the travel bug (2D6 damage to the soles of our feet, ouch!), we also visit players around the globe to chronicle their D&D experience. Are there more similarities than differences in the way we all play?

Elsewhere, Rat Queens author Kurtis Wiebe pens an exclusive scenario starring his feisty characters, we chat with the creators of the upcoming Dragonfire deckbuilding card game, artist Nicholas Little reveals the secrets of a great gif, and we revisit the Dragon archives to uncover the makings of a major undead—perfect if you’ve always wanted resting lich face!