The comedic story involving a computer system whose components map to the four seasons (spring-summer-autumn-winter).
The comedic story set in a world where the different professions map to the Ten Commandments.
The comedic story where the kingdoms map to the seven wonders of the ancient world.
The dark steampunk story where the chapters map to the nine circles of heaven in the Divine Comedy: Paradiso.
The dark story about elves where the characters map to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (war-famine-pestillence-death).
The fantasy story where the chapters map to kinds of metals.
The light-hearted story where the main character moods map to the sixteen personalites of the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Inventory).
The philosophical story where the moral principles map to the three Abrahamic religions (Judaism-Christianity-Islam).
The road trip story where each destination maps to specific stars.
The satirical story where the characters map to the three stages of the scientific method.
The satirical story where the countries map to the five senses (sight-smell-sound-touch-taste).
The story about guardsmen where the characters map to the four temperaments (sanguine-choleric-melancholic-phlegmatic).
The story about husbands where the characters map to kinds of weather.
The story set in a world where the punishments for crime map to the eighteen Bronze Monks of Shaolin from Chinese legend.
The story where the cities map to the eighteen books of the Mahabharta.
The story where the countries map to the eighteen chapters of the Bhagavad-Gita.
The story where the galaxies map to the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac.
The story where the moons map to the seven colors of the rainbow (ROYGBIV).
The story where the towns map to the seven colors of the rainbow (ROYGBIV).
The swashbuckling character study story where the locations map to the thirty-six righteous people (Tzadikim) of Jewish legend.
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