The allegorical story where the races map to the eight Neopagan Sabbats (Samhain-Yule-Imbolic-Ostra-Beltane-Midsummer-Lughnasadh-Mabon).
The fantasy story where the races map to the thirteen Norse gods present when Balder was killed.
The harem anime-type story where each love interest maps to styles of music.
The light-hearted story where the character relationships map to the twelve tribes of Israel.
The philosophical story about space hitchikers where the characters map to the twenty-seven books of the New Testament.
The post-apocalyptic story where the main character moods map to the thirty-two Kabbalistic paths of wisdom.
The psychological story about robot pilots where the characters map to specific stars.
The road trip story where each destination maps to the four elementals (salamanders-sylphs-undines-gnomes).
The satirical story where the character evolution maps to the four Jungian mental capacities (Feeling-Thinking-Intuition-Sensation).
The science fiction story where the kinds of spacecraft map to the four temperaments (sanguine-choleric-melancholic-phlegmatic).
The story about devils where the major plot twists map to the seven gateways of Innana.
The story about mercenarys where the characters map to the sixteen personalites of the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Inventory).
The story about pedlars where the character evolution maps to Norse Gods.
The story about writers where the characters map to the three parts of the Fruedian personality (id-ego-superergo).
The story involving a computer system whose components map to the twenty-six letters of the Alphabet.
The story where the artistic styles map to kinds of metals.
The story where the artistic styles map to the four temperaments (sanguine-choleric-melancholic-phlegmatic).
The story where the businesses map to the twenty-four Norse Runes.
The story where the eras of history map to the three Abrahamic religions (Judaism-Christianity-Islam).
The story where the levels of heaven map to the fifty-two playing cards.
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