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Destiny Sport of Random-ness Wiki is a basketball game and spiritual successor to Destiny Battle of Random-ness Wiki.
There are four character types in this game...
- Balanced: These characters have no particular expertise. Possessed by 11 characters.
- Swift: These characters move quickly, but can't throw the ball very accurately. Possessed by 9 characters.
- Skilful: These characters can throw the ball with great accuracy, but don't have a good throwing distance. Possessed by 8 characters.
- Tough: These characters can throw the ball particularly far, but can't move quickly. Possessed by 3 characters.
|Miroir||Human||Original||Balanced||Human time-traveller. Fond of computing.|
|GingerBrave||Cookie||Cookie Run||Tough||The bravest cookie. Refuses to be eaten.|
|GingerBright||Cookie||Cookie Run||Swift||GingerBrave's sister. Sweet and delicate.|
|Reimu Hakurei||Human||Touhou Project||Skilful||Shrine Maiden of Gensokyo. Wields a Yin-Yang orb.|
|Marisa Kirisame||Human||Touhou Project||Swift||Odinary magician. Sometimes steals stuff from SDM.|
|Sophie Otter||Otter||Original||Swift||A female otter genius. Loves technology and art.|
|Youmu Konpaku||Human/Ghost Hybrid||Touhou Project||Swift||Yuyuko's bodyguard. Slices everything with her sword.|
|Guido||Forklift||Cars||Tough||An Italian forklift. Skilled at bartending.|
|Ansi Molina||Human||Welcome to the Wayne||Skillful|
|PaRappa||Dog||PaRappa the Rapper||Balanced||A Rapping dog. Raps about absloutely everything.|
|Pinto Rappa||Dog||PaRappa the Rapper||Swift|
|Yuyuko Saigyouji||Ghost||Touhou Project||Skillful||The ghost of Hakugyokurou. While she can manipluate death, she has a gentle personality.|
|Susie||Unknown||Kirby||Skillful||Executive assistant of Haltmann Works Company. Often sings praise to her boss.|
|Lissa||Human||Fire Emblem||Skillful||Princess of the Halidom of Ylisse. Capable of healing others.|
|Hana||Human||Fire Emblem||Balanced||A samurai of Hoshido. Princess Sakura's personal bodyguard.|
|Seijou "Seitekina" Taiyo||Human||Original||Swift||A timid, but yet gentle human from another world. Has problems with girls.|
|Asuka||Human||Senran Kagura||Balanced||A shinobi of the Hanzo National Academy. Loves Futomaki rolls.|
|Adeleine||Human(?)||Kirby||Balanced||An artist who can bring pictures to life.|
|Sanae Kochiya||Human||Touhou Project||Balanced||A shrine maiden from the outside world. Serves two nature goddesses.|
|MR Z BRAINZ||Undead Human||Original||Balanced||A zombie from the underworld that likes gaming and memes.|
|Kotura Satibiku||Human||Original||Swift||An adult female gamer that can get in a pretty bad mood sometimes.|
|Alex Coppola||Human||Original||Balanced||A scarlet devil chollima who makes YouTube videos.|
|Gihna Konoka||Human||Original||Swift||A nekomata girl who loves drawing.|
|Ivy Fox||Fox||Original||Balanced||A female fox who loves a lot of things.|
|Terra Branford||Human/Esper Hybrid||Final Fantasy||Skilful||Child of a human and an esper. Skilled at magic.|
|Elijah Eubank/MegaToon1234||Human||Original||Balanced||An unusual wildcard of anything else.|
|Celes Chere||Human||Final Fantasy||Skilful||Former general of Emperor Gestahl. Fond of flowers.|
|Destin la Reisevoir||Goddess of Reservoirs||Original||Balanced||A wakasagi reincarnated as a goddess of reservoirs.|
|Unmei no Supotsu||God of Sport||Original||Tough||An ocean god of sports seeking faith.|
Every character has an alternate outfit, which is unlocked by completing their Story Mode. If there are two of the same character in a game, one of the two characters wears their alternate outfit.
Below is a list of alternative outfits, including their names and origins.
- Coast to Coast (Miroir): Based on Miroir's "redesign" in Peanut Otter's Disco.
- New Frosting (GingerBrave): Based on one of GingerBrave's costumes in Cookie Run.
- Witch's Garb (GingerBright): Based on GingerBright's halloween costume in Cookie Run.
- Cobalt Maiden (Reimu): Based on Reimu's alternative palette in Immaterial and Missing Power.
- Snowy Magician (Marisa): Based on Marisa's alternative palette in Scarlet Weather Rhapsody.
- Hamster Fanatic (Sophie Otter): Based on Sophie's Hamtaro t-shirt in the Peanut Otter's Disco episode, "Madcap to the Max!"
- Obsidian Blade (Youmu): Based on Youmu's alternative palette in Immaterial and Missing Power.
- TBA (Guido)
- TBA (Ansi)
- TBA (PaRappa)
- TBA (Unikitty)
- TBA (Puppycorn)
- TBA (Pinto)
- Ghostly Robe (Yuyuko): Based on Yuyuko's alternative palette in Scarlet Weather Rhapsody.
- Corporate Spy (Susie): Uses a colour palette similar to Max Profitt Haltmann's.
- Sky Rider (Lissa): Based on her appearance as a Falcon Knight in Fire Emblem Awakening.
- Blessed Archer (Hana): Based on her appearance as a Priestess in Fire Emblem Fates.
- TBA (Seijou)
- TBA (Asuka)
- Stormy Painter (Adeleine): Based on the art shown when Adeleine defeats the player in "Boss Butch", a game mode in Kirby's Dream Land 3.
- Zephyr Maiden (Sanae): Based on her first alternative palette in Unthinkable Natural Law.
- Sanitised Zombie (Brainz): Based on the concept of a failed clone of Brainz.
- TBA (Kotura)
- TBA (Alex)
- TBA (Gihna)
- TBA (Ivy)
- Narshean Princess (Terra): Based on her second alternative outfit from Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy.
- TBA (Elijah)
- Opera Floozy (Celes): Based on her disguise as Maria in the opera scene in Final Fantasy VI.
- Draconic Garb (Destin): Wears an outfit based on the Velodragon.
- Sea-God's Veiling (Unmei): His disguise as a human seen in Story Mode.
When they first start the game, the player is given the option of going through some of these tutorials. If they refuse, they can still view these tutorials, among others, through the main menu.
- Dribble. This vital action allows the ball to touch the ground, needed for various interactions.
- Guard the Ball. Because dribbling determines the ball's position, it can be used to avoid enemy steals.
- Shoot. By throwing the ball into the basket, points can be earned.
- Charge Shot. It is possible to charge a throw in order to improve its accuracy.
- Pass. Throwing the ball to a teammate. Useful for getting out of tight spots, or to get the ball across the court quickly.
- Run and Dribble. By running in the same direction as you dribble, your speed will increase.
- Quick-Dash. Dribble in one direction while moving in the opposite direction to perform this effective evasion move.
- Slam Dunk. Performing a throw while near the basket results in a slam dunk.
- Steal. When you do not have the ball, performing a steal on whoever has the ball will cause them to drop it.
- Jump. Jumping can be used when you do not have the ball in an attempt to intercept enemy throws.
- Jump Steal. It is possible to perform a steal in midair, useful for intercepting slam dunks.
- Swap Characters. You can freely swap characters on the defence, to have the best chance of getting the ball back.
- Block. A block can prevent enemies from getting past you on the defence. Best used to slow an enemy's advance.
|Seafront Stadium||Set on a traditional court by the sea.||None.|
|Time Junction||Set in a hotel between time and space.||Time portals allow players to teleport between two pre-chosen points.|
|Witch's Kitchen||Set in the kitchen of a witch's cabin.||The oven in the kitchen releases a handful of stars every now and then.|
|Witch's Forest||Set in the forest outside of the witch's cabin.||There is only one basket, carried by a Celestial Star, which moves based on which team has the ball.|
|Hakurei Shrine||Set in front of an ancient shinto shrine.||A boundary appears at the centre of the court, conjuring items periodically.|
|Forest of Magic||Set in front of a house in a magical forest.||Leaves blow in from the sides, turning into a star if they touch the ball.|
|Lake Hoohaw||Set in a beach by a lake.||Wanda Raccoon's mail boat, Walter Raccoon's recycling boat, and Ootsie and Bootsie's boat pass by, leaving puddles of water onto the court. Players that come in contact with the puddles slip and fall.|
|Hakugyoukoru||Set on a staircase linking one life to the next.||Ghosts float in the air, sometimes trying to steal the ball.|
|Radiator Springs||Set in a town where sentient cars live.||The game is divided into four sets instead of two.|
|The Wayne||Set on the roof of an apartment building.||TBA|
|TBA||TBA (PaRappa's home court)||TBA|
|TBA||TBA (Unikitty's home court)||TBA|
|TBA||TBA (Puppycorn's home court)||TBA|
|TBA||TBA (Pinto's home court)||TBA|
|Saigyou Ayakashi||Set in front of a dead tree at the end of Hakugyoukoru.||Cherry petals fall onto the court, concealing items that appear.|
|Access Arc||Set in Haltmann Works Company's base of operations.||A Security Force roams the area, self-destructing if it hits the ball and causing anyone in the explosion to flinch. It respawns when a basket is made, or at the end of a set.|
|Ylisstol||Set in a mansion in a town in Ylisse.||A Sage stands on the sidelines, teleporting the ball into a random player's hands of nobody is holding it for a period of time.|
|Castle Shirasagi||Set within the castle of Hoshido.||A formation of puppets serve as destructible obstacles. They will respawn at the end of a set or if a basket is scored.|
|TBA||TBA (Seijou's home court)||TBA|
|TBA||TBA (Asuka's home court)||TBA|
|Cloudy Park||Set on a platform of clouds high in the sky.||Kracko floats around, shooting lightning if a player comes directly below him.|
|Mysterious Youkai Mountain||Set on the foot of a mountain waterfall for the first set, and on the shrine on top of the mountain for the second set.||No gimmicks asides from the court changing between sets (in Story Mode, either of the mountain's courts can be played on for the full game).|
|TBA||TBA (Brainz's home court)||TBA|
|TBA||TBA (Kotura's home court)||TBA|
|TBA||TBA (Alex's home court)||TBA|
|TBA||TBA (Gihna's home court)||TBA|
|TBA||TBA (Ivy's home court)||TBA|
|Mobliz||Set in an isolated town near the Veldt.||A carrier pigeon comes in from time to time, moving any items on the court.|
|TBA||TBA (Elijah's home court)||TBA|
|Opera House||Set in the stage for the opera "Maria and Draco".||Visibility is limited, although spotlights shine on the stage as time goes on.|
|Dragon Fields||Set on the field beneath where the Velodragon flies.||None.|
|God's Lake||Set on a stone bridge above the lake where sea-gods dwell.||Tiny dragons hold the baskets, moving left and right as they do.|
Main Article: Destiny Sport of Random-ness Wiki/Story Mode
Stars can be collected during games by dribbling at certain points. Stars increase your point multiplier, but are lost when you make a shot. For every three Stars you collect, a Star Coin is earned. Star Coins have the following purposes...
Main Article: Destiny Sport of Random-ness Wiki/Aquarium Shrine
Every Star Coin you collect in-game will count for one donation to the Aquarium Shrine. Once enough donations are made, the shrine's appearance will improve. This shrine exists exclusively for the player's personal amusement, not having an impact on gameplay.