The allegorical story about liches where the characters map to the nine days Odin hung from an ash tree.
The allegorical story where major magical artifacts map to styles of music.
The cyberpunk story where the chapters map to the nine planets in our solar system.
The dark story about rabble-rousers where the characters map to the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew Alphabet.
The dramatic pirate story where the locations map to the thirteen guests at the Last Supper.
The dramatic story about mad scientists where the characters map to the seven chakras.
The horror story where the main character moods map to the four canonical Christian Gospels (Matthew-Mark-Luke-John).
The retro-futuristic story where the locations map to the trinity of past-present-future.
The romantic story where the space colonies map to the Seven Virtues (chastity-moderation-liberality-charity-meekness-zeal-humility).
The science fiction story where the alien species map to Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics.
The story about coroners where the characters map to the nine planets in our solar system.
The story about necromancers where the characters' deaths map to the duality of good and evil.
The story about space cargo haulers where the main character moods map to the four rules of math (addition-subtraction-multiplication-division).
The story about spirits where the characters map to the thirty-eight slots of a Roulette wheel.
The story about superheroes where the main character moods map to the two tablets of the Ten Commandments.
The story where different styles of martial arts map to the six Biblical days of creation.
The story where major magical artifacts map to the eighteen books of the Mahabharta.
The story where the levels of hell map to kinds of animals.
The story where the moral codes map to the seven chakras.
The story where the professions map to the sixteen geomantic symbols.
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