The comedic story set in a world where the punishments for crime map to the four ages of Man created by Ovid (Golden-Silver-Bronze-Iron).
The cyberpunk story where major Artificial Intelligences map to Japanese Gods.
The dark story about students where the characters map to the four basic stages of matter (solid-liquid-gas-plasma).
The hospital story where each patient maps to creatures of Egyptian mythology.
The light-hearted story where the locations map to the three kinds of life (flora-fauna-mycotia).
The philosophical story where the cultures map to the three components of an atom (proton-electon-neutron).
The psychological story about knights where the characters map to the eight Beatitudes.
The psychological story about pharmacists where the characters map to the thirty-two Kabbalistic paths of wisdom.
The retro-futuristic story where the characters' deaths map to the twenty-two paths of the Kabbalah.
The revenge story where the character evolution maps to the pieces on a chess board.
The romantic story where the character evolution maps to the four suits of playing cards (hearts-diamonds-clubs-spades).
The screwball comedy retro-futuristic story where the character evolution maps to the four human blood groups (A-B-O-AB).
The screwball comedy story taking place in a building where the floors map to the animus and anima of Jungian psychology.
The story about champions where the characters map to the six tastes in Indian Medicine (sweet-sour-salty-bitter-pungent-astringent).
The story about hunters where the character relationships map to the fifty-two playing cards.
The story about rascals where the character relationships map to Aztec Gods.
The story where the avatars of a god map to the trinity of father-mother-child.
The story where the moral codes map to common natural disasters.
The swashbuckling story about prospectors where the characters map to Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics.
The swashbuckling story set in an apartment building where each apartment and its residents map to the three components of an atom (proton-electon-neutron).
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