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As for Pathfinder games turning out like GoT or LotR, it sounds like this will probably help. There's also Skull and Shackles for something with a rather different feel. Unless you mean in terms of seriousness/grittiness?
I mean I'm surprised by the number of players who seem to want deadpan seriousness and dark gritty horror. Sure, I like LotR and GoT/SoI&F, but does *EVERY* game need to be like that? It seems like everybody wants to go out of their way to make each game "scary," "dark," "gritty," and so on.
I'd like a book that goes the other way--tips for adding more whimsical elements. The "We Be Goblins" and "Harrowing" modules were steps closer to what I would like to see.
I'm sure Horror Adventures will be a good book for those who want even more "horror" but I just find it tiring and old hat now.