The action-packed story where major magical artifacts map to creatures of Egyptian mythology.
The allegorical story about artificial intelligences where the characters map to the three Sephiroth of the Supernal Triad (Kether-Chokmah-Binah).
The comedic story where the major 'plot devices' map to the knights of the Round Table.
The dark spy story where the character evolution maps to the sixty-four non-Trump Tarot cards.
The epic story where the animal species map to the three gems of Buddhism.
The harem anime-type story where each love interest maps to the eighteen Bronze Monks of Shaolin from Chinese legend.
The love story where the characters' deaths map to Cathloic Saints.
The martial arts story where each martial arts style maps to the four classic Greek elements (fire-air-water-earth).
The screwball comedy story where the locations map to the trinity of father-mother-child.
The story about emperesses where the locations map to the eight Neopagan Sabbats (Samhain-Yule-Imbolic-Ostra-Beltane-Midsummer-Lughnasadh-Mabon).
The story about engineers where the chapters map to the seven liberal arts (grammar-rhetoric-logic-geometry-arithmetic-music-astronomy).
The story about lawmen where the characters map to the twenty-two Major Aracana of the Tarot.
The story about priests where the character relationships map to Egyptian Gods.
The story about sentai team members where the character relationships map to the three primary colors (red-yellow-blue).
The story about spies where the characters' births map to the four court cards of the Tarot (Kings-Queens-Knights-Pages).
The story about terraformers where the character relationships map to the Seven deadly sins (lust-gluttony-greed-sloth-wrath-envy-pride).
The story about zombies where the characters' births map to the sixteen personalites of the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Inventory).
The story taking place in a town where the sections map to Aztec Gods.
The swashbuckling story where the characters map to the Eight Days of Hanukkah.
The underworld adventure where each level of descent maps to the fourteen stations of the cross.
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