If you don't know about the fine folks behind the Crypts of Indormancy may I suggest checking out an issue of The Undercroft Zine. High value of inspiration for your investment but little if any is straight up fantasy. Darker, stranger and off balance (not unbalanced), releases from The Melsonian Arts Council tend to push the envelope. What envelope that actual is is probably open to discussion.
How does Crypts of Indormancy differ from other old school adventures (or new school ones at that)?
“Crypts of Indormancy” is an evocative location-based adventure compatible with Lamentations of the Flame Princess and most other Dungeons & Dragons clones. The final book will be a saddle stitched, 40-odd page A5 affair with a gloriously coloured cover and black and white internal illustrations.
-Set in a quasi-Polynesian island chainYeah, this isn't your run of the mill dungeon.
-Dungeon fundamentals done fresh and right, evil wizard and all
-A backdrop of postcolonial elves digging through their imperial past
-Optional rules to help more fully and easily engage with the peculiar background of the world by incentivising culturally specific behavior
-Five memorable and perplexing new monsters
-A confident and distinct literary voice
It's already funded with 22 days left in the funding period.
About 7 bucks to back in PDF, you are looking at around 13 bucks for saddle stitched print plus PDF.
Come on. You know you want to.