The action-packed story where the characters' deaths map to the eight Beatitudes.
The action-packed story where the planets map to the five worlds of the Maya.
The comedic story where the heavenly bodies map to creatures of Norse mythology.
The comedic story where the major mountains map to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (war-famine-pestillence-death).
The heist story where each stage of the caper maps to the four letters of the Tetragrammaton.
The high fantasy story where the locations map to the four Jungian mental capacities (Feeling-Thinking-Intuition-Sensation).
The light-hearted story about cyberpunks where the characters map to angels.
The philosophical steampunk story where the characters map to the seven wonders of the ancient world.
The puzzle/mystery story where each challenge maps to kinds of plants.
The romantic story where the eras of history map to the elements of the periodic table.
The screwball comedy story where the chapters map to the twelve labors of Hercules.
The slice-of-life story about dopplegangers where the characters map to the six primary emotions (sadness-happiness-anger-fear-disgust-surprise).
The slice-of-life story where the chapters map to creatures of Egyptian mythology.
The story about miners where the characters' births map to angels.
The story about sorcerors where the characters map to the three energies of Taoist internal alchemy (Spirit-Vitality-Essence).
The story involving a computer system whose components map to kinds of metals.
The story set in a world where the different professions map to the duality of good and evil.
The story where the diseases map to the eighteen Bronze Monks of Shaolin from Chinese legend.
The swashbuckling story where the diseases map to the twenty-four Norse Runes.
The underworld adventure where each level of descent maps to the seventy-two demons of the classic Goetia.
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