D is For Destiny, A Children's Book About Grinding In Space

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Destiny, a time-consuming video game which parents can play to avoid parenting, now has an official children’s book.

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It’s called D Is for Destiny, and yes, it really is official: it’s the product of a team of Bungie’s artists and writers, who got together to make something that parents who love being tormented by engrams and children too young to know what Destiny actually is can bond over.

It sounds so dumb on paper, but the book is actually cute as hell. I wish all Fallen carried sweet lil’ balloons around the battlefield.

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Below are some of the pages so you can see what I mean:

Illustration for article titled iD is For Destiny/i, A Childrens Book About Grinding In Space
Illustration for article titled iD is For Destiny/i, A Childrens Book About Grinding In Space
Illustration for article titled iD is For Destiny/i, A Childrens Book About Grinding In Space
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Illustration for article titled iD is For Destiny/i, A Childrens Book About Grinding In Space

If you wanna check out some more adult Destiny work, here’s a collection of the art team’s incredible work on the actual game:

Luke Plunkett is a Senior Editor based in Canberra, Australia. He has written a book on cosplay, designed a game about airplanes, and also runs cosplay.kotaku.com.

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DISCUSSION

W is for Warframe, that’s much better game,

there are space ninjas and their design’s not lame,

classes a’plenty, weapons galore,

and though it is free, you still get much more.