The comedic story about guardians where the characters map to creatures of Greek mythology.
The comedic story where the eras of history map to The Five Books of the Torah (Genesis-Exodus-Leviticus-Numbers-Deuteronomy).
The dramatic story involving a computer system whose components map to kinds of gemstones.
The fantasy story where the character relationships map to kinds of spices.
The fantasy story where the races map to the four classic Greek elements (fire-air-water-earth).
The light-hearted story where the heavenly bodies map to the fourteen stations of the cross.
The romantic story taking place in a building where the floors map to the four suits of playing cards (hearts-diamonds-clubs-spades).
The romantic story where the worlds of the afterlife map to the Eight Levels of conciousness (Leary).
The satirical story where the kingdoms map to the twenty letters of the Druidic Alphabet.
The screwball comedy story about barbarians where the characters map to the four canonical Christian Gospels (Matthew-Mark-Luke-John).
The story about blasphemers where the characters map to the fifty-two playing cards.
The story about guardsmen where the character relationships map to the four cardinal directions (north-south-east-west).
The story about heroines where the chapters map to the thirteen guests at the Last Supper.
The story about hunters where the characters map to the seven lucky gods of Japanese legend.
The story about rangers where the characters' deaths map to the seven liberal arts (grammar-rhetoric-logic-geometry-arithmetic-music-astronomy).
The story about talking animals where the characters map to styles of art.
The story taking place in a building where the floors map to the pieces on a chess board.
The story taking place in a town where the sections map to the two tablets of the Ten Commandments.
The story where the oceans map to angels.
The treasure hunt story where each treasure maps to the four suits of playing cards (hearts-diamonds-clubs-spades).
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