The comedic story about shamans where the characters map to the twenty-two Major Aracana of the Tarot.
The crime story where the character evolution maps to the sixteen personalites of the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Inventory).
The dramatic slice-of-life story where the characters' births map to the seven gateways of Innana.
The dramatic story where the moral principles map to the Five Pillars of Islam.
The high seas adventure where each ship maps to the three kinds of life (flora-fauna-mycotia).
The philosophical story set on a space station where the different sections map to Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics.
The philosophical story where the characters' births map to the seven days of the week.
The satirical story set in a world where the crimes recognized by the legal system map to the two tablets of the Ten Commandments.
The satirical story where the space colonies map to the seven wonders of the ancient world.
The screwball comedy story about dancers where the characters map to the nine planets in our solar system.
The story about angels where the characters map to the Archangels of the Four Corners (Michael-Raphael-Gabriel-Uriel).
The story about explorers where the characters map to kinds of metals.
The story about ghosts where the chapters map to the nine days Odin hung from an ash tree.
The story about occultists where the main character moods map to the five ages of Man created by Hesiod (Golden-Silver-Bronze-Heroic-Iron).
The story about rascals where the character relationships map to Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics.
The story about technicians where the characters map to the thirty-two Kabbalistic paths of wisdom.
The story set in an apartment building where each apartment and its residents map to the fourteen meridians of acupuncture.
The story taking place in a building where the floors map to the three kinds of life (flora-fauna-mycotia).
The swashbuckling fantasy story where the locations map to the six senses (sight-smell-sound-touch-taste-psychic).
The swashbuckling story where the diseases map to Egyptian Gods.
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