The adventure story where the characters' births map to the four rules of math (addition-subtraction-multiplication-division).
The adventure story where the locations map to the twelve apostles.
The dark story where the character relationships map to yin and yang.
The dark story where the major plot twists map to the twelve months of the year.
The epic story about acrobats where the characters map to the four parts of a day (night-morning-afternoon-evening).
The fantasy story where major magical artifacts map to Celtic Gods.
The fantasy story where the main character moods map to the five oceans of Earth (Arctic-Atlantic-Indian-Pacific-Southern).
The occult story where the chapters map to the fourteen meridians of acupuncture.
The philosophical story where the characters' deaths map to the seventy-eight tarot cards.
The psychological coming-of-age story where the characters' births map to the seven astrological planets(Sun-Moon-Mercury-Venus-Mars-Jupiter-Saturn).
The psychological story where the moral codes map to the four temperaments (sanguine-choleric-melancholic-phlegmatic).
The romantic story where the character evolution maps to the thirty-three degrees of Freemasonry.
The satirical story where different styles of martial arts map to the fourteen meridians of acupuncture.
The story about chief engineers where the chapters map to the five ages of Man created by Hesiod (Golden-Silver-Bronze-Heroic-Iron).
The story about clerics where the characters map to the four elementals (salamanders-sylphs-undines-gnomes).
The story about liches where the characters' births map to the two tablets of the Ten Commandments.
The story about poets where the characters map to yin and yang.
The story where the cultures map to the nine days Odin hung from an ash tree.
The swashbuckling post-apocalyptic story where the locations map to the Ten Sephiroth of the Kabbalah.
The swashbuckling story about knights where the characters map to The Four Noble Truths of Buddhism.
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