The allegorical story about husbands where the characters map to the twelve apostles.
The allegorical story where the character evolution maps to the sixteen geomantic symbols.
The comedic fantasy story where the main character moods map to the three gems of Buddhism.
The comedic story where the major plot twists map to the seven heavens.
The dramatic story about monsters where the characters map to the five oceans of Earth (Arctic-Atlantic-Indian-Pacific-Southern).
The epic story about dwarves where the characters map to the elements of the periodic table.
The fantasy story where the chapters map to the twenty-four Norse Runes.
The philosophical story where the major 'plot devices' map to the six Buddist realms of incarnation (hell-hungry ghosts-animals-humans-angry gods-gods).
The post-apocalyptic story where the major plot twists map to the five senses (sight-smell-sound-touch-taste).
The psychological story where the heavenly bodies map to the six primary emotions (sadness-happiness-anger-fear-disgust-surprise).
The romantic story where the main character moods map to kinds of animals.
The screwball comedy western story where the character evolution maps to the two tablets of the Ten Commandments.
The story about husbands where the characters map to the three components of an atom (proton-electon-neutron).
The story about miners where the major plot twists map to the four cardinal directions (north-south-east-west).
The story about zombies where the characters map to Japanese Gods.
The story taking place in a building where the floors map to the eighteen Bronze Monks of Shaolin from Chinese legend.
The story where different styles of martial arts map to the thirty-three degrees of Freemasonry.
The story where the cities map to the four humors (blood-yellow bile-black bile-phlegm).
The story where the diseases map to the Seven Virtues (chastity-moderation-liberality-charity-meekness-zeal-humility).
The story where the towns map to the eight Beatitudes.
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