The action-packed story about hermits where the characters map to common natural disasters.
The allegorical detective story where the main character moods map to the nine taoist psychic centers.
The comedic story about spies where the characters map to the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew Alphabet.
The comedic story where the megacorporations map to the twelve months of the year.
The fantasy story where the races map to the nine circles of hell in the Divine Comedy: Inferno.
The high seas adventure where each ship maps to the twenty letters of the Druidic Alphabet.
The military story where the military units map to the Ten Marytrs of Judaism.
The philosophical story about druids where the characters map to Aztec Gods.
The pirate story where the main character moods map to the four seasons (spring-summer-autumn-winter).
The romantic story where the character evolution maps to the twelve labors of Hercules.
The satirical story where the major plot twists map to the thirty-eight slots of a Roulette wheel.
The slice-of-life story set in an apartment building where each apartment and its residents map to the five oceans of Earth (Arctic-Atlantic-Indian-Pacific-Southern).
The slice-of-life story where the characters map to the three energies of Taoist internal alchemy (Spirit-Vitality-Essence).
The story about preachers where the characters map to the three Sephiroth of the Supernal Triad (Kether-Chokmah-Binah).
The story about servants where the characters map to styles of music.
The story about superheroes where the characters map to the seven days of the week.
The story about tomb-robbers where the characters map to the fourteen meridians of acupuncture.
The story set in a world where the punishments for crime map to the five occult elements (air-earth-water-fire-spirit).
The story where the cultures map to the thirty-six righteous people (Tzadikim) of Jewish legend.
The story where the eras of history map to the thirty-six dramatic situations of literature.
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