The action-packed cyberpunk story where the chapters map to the twelve signs of the zodiac.
The allegorical science-fiction story where the character relationships map to the seven chakras.
The comedic story about musicians where the characters map to angels.
The dark story about dryads where the characters map to the eight Neopagan Sabbats (Samhain-Yule-Imbolic-Ostra-Beltane-Midsummer-Lughnasadh-Mabon).
The fantasy story where the races map to kinds of metals.
The philosophical story about arch-mages where the characters map to kinds of spices.
The philosophical story where different styles of martial arts map to the sixteen Minor Arcana of the tarot.
The romantic story where the characters' deaths map to the six primary emotions (sadness-happiness-anger-fear-disgust-surprise).
The satirical story where the constellations map to the four ages of Man created by Ovid (Golden-Silver-Bronze-Iron).
The story about arch-angels where the locations map to the five evils of Sikhism (lust-rage-greed-attachment-ego).
The story about artificial intelligences where the characters map to the twenty-two Major Aracana of the Tarot.
The story about cartographers where the characters' deaths map to Egyptian Gods.
The story about clerics where the characters map to the three gems of Buddhism.
The story about ghosts where the character relationships map to the six Buddist realms of incarnation (hell-hungry ghosts-animals-humans-angry gods-gods).
The story set in a world where the different professions map to the twelve apostles.
The story taking place in a building where the floors map to the thirty-three degrees of Freemasonry.
The story taking place in a town where the sections map to the thirteen guests at the Last Supper.
The story where the major 'plot devices' map to the six Buddist realms of incarnation (hell-hungry ghosts-animals-humans-angry gods-gods).
The swashbuckling character study story where the main character moods map to the trinity of father-mother-child.
The swashbuckling story about comics where the characters map to the nine circles of hell in the Divine Comedy: Inferno.
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