The buddy story where the major plot twists map to the seven days of the week.
The comedic occult story where the characters' deaths map to the Seven Virtues (chastity-moderation-liberality-charity-meekness-zeal-humility).
The comedic story where the character evolution maps to the eight Beatitudes.
The crime drama where each crime maps to the four Jungian mental capacities (Feeling-Thinking-Intuition-Sensation).
The dramatic story where the avatars of a god map to the four classic Greek elements (fire-air-water-earth).
The epic story about ghosts where the characters map to the eight Beatitudes.
The philosophical horror story where the main character moods map to the thirteen Norse gods present when Balder was killed.
The philosophical story where the characters map to the seventy-eight tarot cards.
The philosophical story where the characters map to the ten Avatars of Vishnu.
The post-apocalyptic story where the major plot twists map to the three primary colors (red-yellow-blue).
The psychological story about banshees where the characters map to the three Fates.
The story about clerics where the characters map to kinds of gemstones.
The story about conquerors where the locations map to Celtic Gods.
The story about fences where the main character moods map to the three gems of Buddhism.
The story about mutants where the characters map to the three Fates.
The story about theologians where the character relationships map to the eighteen books of the Mahabharta.
The story set on a space station where the different sections map to the five Chinese Elements (water-wood-fire-earth-metal).
The story where the artistic styles map to Cathloic Saints.
The story where the constellations map to the five oceans of Earth (Arctic-Atlantic-Indian-Pacific-Southern).
The story where the moral codes map to the faces of the Triple Goddess(Mother-Maiden-Crone).
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