The comedic story where the major plot twists map to the thirty-six dramatic situations of literature.
The comedic western story where the characters' births map to the six tastes in Indian Medicine (sweet-sour-salty-bitter-pungent-astringent).
The crime drama where each crime maps to the four ages of Man created by Ovid (Golden-Silver-Bronze-Iron).
The fantasy story where the races map to kinds of weather.
The light-hearted story about astronauts where the characters map to common natural disasters.
The philosophical story set in an apartment building where each apartment and its residents map to the four fundamental forces (electromagentism-gravity-weak nuclear force-strong nucelar force).
The screwball comedy cyberpunk story where the characters' births map to the seventy-two demons of the classic Goetia.
The screwball comedy story where the professions map to the twelve labors of Hercules.
The slice-of-life story where the characters map to the Ten Plagues of Egypt.
The slice-of-life story where the characters' deaths map to the Five Pillars of Islam.
The story about astronauts where the characters map to creatures of Egyptian mythology.
The story about jailers where the characters map to the nine circles of heaven in the Divine Comedy: Paradiso.
The story about paladins where the characters' deaths map to the fourteen stations of the cross.
The story about robots where the characters map to the four forces of Taoist internal alchemy (Void-Spirit-Vitality-Essence).
The story taking place in a building where the floors map to the six primary emotions (sadness-happiness-anger-fear-disgust-surprise).
The story where the animal species map to the 'fifteen men on a dead man's chest' from the fictional sea chanty.
The story where the businesses map to kinds of plants.
The story where the moral codes map to the seven wonders of the ancient world.
The story where the professions map to the twenty-two Major Aracana of the Tarot.
The swashbuckling story where the major plot twists map to the four classic Greek elements (fire-air-water-earth).
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