Stephen Machuga pens "When I was offered the opportunity to sit down with the Desert Owl Studios for a meeting, I couldn’t quite place the name Pox Nora. It sounded vaguely familiar, like an itch on my brain that I just couldn’t scratch. And then, with a bolt of clarity, I remembered: Pox Nora was one of the first online collectible card games that I’d ever played on my PC. I mean, we’re talking CRT monitors and 128MB of RAM kind of stuff. And Pox Nora had been doing something unique back then before Wizards of the Coast figured out how they could get Magic the Gathering onto the internet."