The action-packed story about blasphemers where the characters map to The Four Noble Truths of Buddhism.
The allegorical detective story where the characters map to the twenty-four Norse Runes.
The dramatic story involving a computer system whose components map to the twenty-two Major Aracana of the Tarot.
The dramatic story where the characters map to Aztec Gods.
The epic story where the main character moods map to the duality of good and evil.
The fantasy story where the kinds of magic map to the ten Avatars of Vishnu.
The psychological horror story where the locations map to the three kinds of life (flora-fauna-mycotia).
The psychological love story where the main character moods map to the thirty-two Kabbalistic paths of wisdom.
The psychological story about occultists where the characters map to Celtic Gods.
The psychological story about super computers where the characters map to the four Jungian mental capacities (Feeling-Thinking-Intuition-Sensation).
The road trip story where the characters map to the seven liberal arts (grammar-rhetoric-logic-geometry-arithmetic-music-astronomy).
The screwball comedy story where the constellations map to the four basic stages of matter (solid-liquid-gas-plasma).
The slice-of-life story where the moral codes map to the seven lucky gods of Japanese legend.
The story about bounty hunters where the characters map to the four cardinal directions (north-south-east-west).
The story about musicians where the character relationships map to the twelve tribes of Israel.
The story where different styles of martial arts map to kinds of metals.
The story where the diseases map to the seven Biblical days of creation.
The story where the moral codes map to the fourteen stations of the cross.
The story where the seas map to Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics.
The swashbuckling story where the moral codes map to the three dimensions (height-width-depth).
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