Thanks a lot, Lifstan.
As you can see, most of the theme and stuff are there thanks to Gareth Ryder and Francesco Nepitello, who have given us so many raw ideas to go with that building an adventure is just a matter of putting the pieces together. Also I have to say that the whole adventure started with an illustration by Jon Hodgson, the cover for Tales from Wilderland (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CbNNFHTW4AEhRPi.jpg
). I love this picture, and was one day wondering "this scene doesn't belong to any of ToW adventures, does it? It deserves to have an adventure of its own".
With all that in mind, and wanting to have a beginner's adventure at Lake-town (the Lake-town supplement lacks an adventure of its own, too!!) that introduces a group of unknown characters into a fellowship of heroes, the rest was just a matter of putting bits and pieces together.
And I can't but thank both Arthadan and Tolwen, who have given shape to the most difficult parts (from a lore respectful perspective), like the undead, the oak and the jewel's light.
Also Zedturtle was implied in the making, reviewing and proofreading the adventure once finished.
So far I've runned it like 6 times, all with groups that wanted to get introduced to TOR, and it has worked very well.
I'd be glad to hear your experience if you get to run it!