Wizards & Warriors had an interesting incentive to register. Sending in your card entered you in a contest to win a full sized mounted replica of a 16th century suit of armor. Some copies of the game even came with a sticker on the front touting this contest. In case you were wondering, second place was a $200 gift certificate from Ral Partha and there were ten Activision game packs as third place prizes.
The game was slated to be a Virgin Interactive release. When the USA branch of Virgin was shutdown, EA kept its Westwood branch alive. "Swords & Sorcery" (including "NOX") development was continued under the Westwood label. Heuristic Park and Westwood parted ways a year later. Another year later, Activision voiced an interest in publishing the RPG as "Wizards & Warriors"
There is a Collector's Edition containing (apart from the CDs and the manual) two miniatures, a mini strategy guide detailing on the character classes and races, and a map of the game world.