The action-packed adventure story where the characters' deaths map to the eighteen books of the Mahabharta.
The action-packed story about officials where the characters map to the four Jungian mental capacities (Feeling-Thinking-Intuition-Sensation).
The allegorical story where the characters map to the six tastes in Indian Medicine (sweet-sour-salty-bitter-pungent-astringent).
The comedic crime story where the major plot twists map to the four fundamental forces (electromagentism-gravity-weak nuclear force-strong nucelar force).
The dark story involving a computer system whose components map to the four parts of a day (night-morning-afternoon-evening).
The dark story where the kingdoms map to the three energies of Taoist internal alchemy (Spirit-Vitality-Essence).
The light-hearted story where major magical artifacts map to the seven heavens.
The psychological retro-futuristic story where the character evolution maps to Japanese Gods.
The puzzle/mystery story where each challenge maps to kinds of animals.
The romantic pirate story where the major plot twists map to the thirty-three degrees of Freemasonry.
The romantic story where the characters' births map to the two tablets of the Ten Commandments.
The sentai story where the character's abilities and vehicles map to the animus and anima of Jungian psychology.
The slice-of-life story where the character evolution maps to the four parts of a day (night-morning-afternoon-evening).
The story about bowmen where the characters map to the Ten Commandments.
The story set in a world where the different professions map to the three kinds of life (flora-fauna-mycotia).
The story set on a space station where the different sections map to the seven lucky gods of Japanese legend.
The story taking place in a town where the sections map to the twenty-four letters of the Greek alphabet.
The story where different styles of martial arts map to the seven lucky gods of Japanese legend.
The story where the levels of hell map to the three Abrahamic religions (Judaism-Christianity-Islam).
The story where the moons map to the Ten Sephiroth of the Kabbalah.
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