The allegorical story where the diseases map to the twelve master grades (dan) of judo.
The comedic story about herbologists where the characters map to the twenty letters of the Druidic Alphabet.
The crime story where the chapters map to the four temperaments (sanguine-choleric-melancholic-phlegmatic).
The dramatic road trip story where the main character moods map to the four forces of Taoist internal alchemy (Void-Spirit-Vitality-Essence).
The epic story taking place in a town where the sections map to the three Fates.
The high fantasy story where the locations map to the three dimensions (height-width-depth).
The psychological story where the major buildings map to the Seven deadly sins (lust-gluttony-greed-sloth-wrath-envy-pride).
The romantic story about guardians where the characters map to the eight Beatitudes.
The screwball comedy story about writers where the characters map to the twelve master grades (dan) of judo.
The sentai story where the character's abilities and vehicles map to the Eightfold path of Buddhism.
The story about astrologers where the main character moods map to the sixteen Minor Arcana of the tarot.
The story about druids where the characters map to the twenty-two paths of the Kabbalah.
The story about emperors where the characters map to the twelve Olympians of Greecian Legend.
The story about genies where the characters map to the five worlds of the Maya.
The story about space fighters where the character relationships map to the four suits of Tarot Cards (disks-cups-swords-rods).
The story where the dimensions map to kinds of plants.
The story where the major roadways map to the three primary colors (red-yellow-blue).
The story where the moral codes map to the seven wonders of the ancient world.
The story where the races map to the five ages of Man created by Hesiod (Golden-Silver-Bronze-Heroic-Iron).
The story where the towns map to the three kinds of life (flora-fauna-mycotia).
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