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I'd have to dig it out, but I believe that The Tempest was, despite being published by Lion Rampant, written mainly by the staff at the pre-WoD White Wolf. (And a check of the Index shows Stewart Wieck as the author, so it would appear I was correct. Of course, White Wolf and Lion Rampant merged towards the end of the year that book was published from what I recall, so do your own math. ) I mention this, as a lot of the review comments sound like a good number of the early WoD adventures.The Tempest is an adventure path for the game that may or may not draw upon the shakespeare play of the same name. It's low on maps, random encounters, and all that solid stuff, and high on plot, NPC characterisations, little clues that pay off down the line, and the kind of adventure arcs that are tricky to pull off without at least a little railroading. Good luck.