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Grand Destiny Star Games

The Grand Destiny Star Games

Destiny CIty Star Festival
Caption THE GORILLA FATE IS YEARNING.
Location Destiny City
Terrain Constantly changing arena
Purpose To determine the strongest magic team in Destiny City

The Grand Destiny Star Games is an annual competition held to determine the strongest wizard team in Destiny City.

Description

An event held in Destiny City, where participating wizard teams compete for the title of being the strongest magic users in all of Destiny City. Additionally, the winning team gets a 3,000,000,000 Destins prize.

History

At some point in time, the Grand Destiny Star Games were once called the Destiny Festival, which was a summer festival that celebrated safe travels and prosperous futures and, fertility of women and the land; Humans, Reapers, Illusions and, Beastkin all celebrated this Festival together after the Third World war in 2001. Nothing has really changed much since the first festival back in 1967, but now contestants dress in various cosplay clothing and custom made yukata with younger contestants wearing just their plain old school uniforms.

Tournament

Referee & Mascot

The events and the battles are announced by Stazt, who wears a risque bikini with a semi-transparent sarong and sandals. Stazt appears to have a sweet, flamboyant and frank personality, however Stazt has a darker hidden side.

Rules

  • Contestants must be in a known Magic Institute and/or at least age 16 or older.
    • Only seven members of each Academy's top clubs/students can compete in the games.
    • Contestants from the same club in-order to form a team, unless the Master Coordinator says otherwise.
    • In 1967, a new rule was created, that stated that each Academy could have multiple clubs enter into the tournament, and as a result, multiple members of each academy can compete in the games.
    • The members of a club team can be replaced by reserve members if necessary. (Students only)
  • Club presidents cannot participate. (Students only)
  • Anyone without the club's badge cannot participate. (Students only)
  • Teams are not permitted to bring ANY type of harm to civilians and/or other competitors after the end of that days' events following the Butchered Bride Incident in 2001.
  • It is forbidden to use deadly projectile and blade weapons (wooden weapons are allowed) against unarmed opponents. Curses and demonic incantations are also forbidden.
  • Each event will remain a secret up until right before they begin, at which point the rules will be explained.
  • All participants must return to the lodgings by 12:00 midnight.
  • Victory is based on who can dominate across several different kinds of competition.

Arena

The competition is held in a large arena called the Calamity Colosseum, which is located on the Illusion Moon, in Sherria's garden. Each of the four corners of the Colosseum are adorned with golden a statue of a scantily clad Valkyrie with a sword and shield that extends inside the arena. Above each statue, there is a silver chain that attach the statute to the ground.

The arena changes its terrain depending on whatever the event is. The arena is capable of changing its environment into several different "magic climes", including swampland, rain forest, volcanic and arctic, sulfurous fields, stormy plains, arid desert, an ocean and beach with a partially sunken ship, and a few others. The arena also has artificial weather effects, such as Thundersnow storms and an artificial sun or moon. There is a powerful force field protecting the spectators from stray spells.

During the team round, the arena is split evenly into two magic climes, which are chosen randomly at the beginning of every fight for each half of the arena. During the doubles round, four magic climes are chosen each fight. In some magic climes, Mana crystals are also scattered around the arena for combatants to use.

The singles rounds take place only in the central part of the arena, with the outer quadrants being out-of-bounds. The finals take place at midnight, in contrast to the preceding rounds and event which took place during the day.

Events

A major part of the Grand Destiny Star Games is the combat tournament, in which competitors in the Grand Destiny Star Games compete.

Naval Battle- For this event, each team has to select a person to participate. The event takes place in a large, aquatic dome-like sphere inside the arena. The rules for the event are explained: a participant automatically loses when they leave the sphere and the last person remaining will be the winner, unless there are still two people left during which a five-minute time limit will be given so that both can compete for victory. When this exception occurs, the loser of the match will be awarded the least points. Each participant in the event dresses in swimwear and proceeds to enter the underwater sphere in the arena.

Fetish Battle- A battle done while wearing fetish fuel clothing.

Cooking Contest- Iron Chef like cooking contest

Tug of War- Two opposing teams pull on a pole until one of them is able to successfully pull the other team towards them.

Triathlon: A triathlon

Wrench Pole Competition- The match has opposing teams set up 9 meter long poles on their side of the field. While defending their own pole, competitors have to push down the enemy's pole. It is a very aggressive contest with the use of powers to defend against the opposing team. Moreover, body contact is inevitable.

Eel Grabber- Simply catching eels and the team with the most eels caught wins the event.

Cavalry Battle- Composed of teams of four, three members of the team is supposed to carry the fourth member wearing a cap during the game. The objective of the game is to hold the fourth member while they attempt to remove the other teams' equivalent's hat. The team is likely eliminated when they lose their cap. Apparently, the scale is large enough to require a preliminary match.

Ladle Match- A relaxed match that involves balancing a cooking ladle on a ball with 2 centimeter diameter and running 100 meters with it.

Melon Head- Competitors run on track and are to snatch up a piece of melon bread dangling from a bar and finish the race with the melon bread still in their mouth.

Obstacle Course- A race on a track with obstacle courses on it. It is apparently separated by breasts size and gender.

Ball Roller- Performed in an arena, there are 30 balls three meters in diameter located to the right and left side of the competitors. The rules are that when the match starts, the competitors must push the balls towards the opposing team's line. The winner would be the team who has pushed more than 25 balls pass the opposing team's line. The participants from both sides would have to touch all the balls at least once, as such, during the event, participants could use their powers to obstruct the opponent.

Baseball Bat Race- Competitors spin around their baseball bats until they are dizzy and try to run towards the finish line.

Balloon Sandwich- Teams are given a balloon to inflate before the competition. The objective of the game is for two competitors to hold the balloons between themselves without using their hands and then run towards the finish line. Dropping the balloon is apparently allowed and can be picked back up by the team.

Fruit Cutting- Think Fruit Ninja but with actual swords and fruit.

Flag Racing- While simple in nature, it can be quite difficult and frustrating; it requires the players to run as fast as possible in order to reach a flag at the end of the beach before their opponent does.

Hip Battle- The game challenges the players to knock their opponent off a floating pad using their backside before the same can be done to them. The battle includes: feigns, dodges, normal attacks and strong attacks, which the girls carry out using only their rear-ends.

Beach Volleyball- A team-beach event. Like other variations of volleyball, two teams of two players, separated by a high net, try to score points by grounding the ball on the other team's side of the court.

Swimsuit Modeling- A swimsuit modeling contest that usually turns into an all out free for all battle.

Hide N' Seek- A game of hide and seek with the addition of a giant monster that you should also hiding from.

Banana Crusher- A game in which the player first carries a bundle of bananas with their chest to the other side of the field and then crushes the bananas as fast as they can.

Others

  • Opening Ceremony: Students gather in a football stadium while the opening ceremony commences, which includes speeches of carefully selected members of the Thirteen Wizard Saints by the Grand Magic Council. The ceremony ends at 10:00 AM.
  • Night Parade: A large light festival conducted at the sunset of the the first day of the Grand Destiny Star Games. There is of course a parade with decorated cars and planes, mobile stage processions, and floats. Television sponsors and actors will also participate in the parade. Occurring on 9:00 PM, the festival is so bright that it overpowers the light of the stars.
  • Visitor Numbers: A game stall funded by Kizuna Girls’ Academy. Those who join the lottery need only buy a card, write the estimated number of people that would be attending Grand Destiny Star Games and hand it over to them. Finally, the number closest to the actual target would get the grandest prize.

Notable Winners

Winner Year
Astraea Sears Summer and Winter 1967
Bobbie Butcher and the Boys 2001
Izumi Togami and Kaguya Togami Winter 2006
Kotoha Takeshita and Natalie Hathaway Winter 2009
NEMESIS Summer and Winter of 2010
Team Jinx Summer 2011
Lux Winter 2017

Trivia

3,000,000,000 Destins is equivalent to 24,086,900 Euros, 18,896,800 in British Pounds and, 27,146,400 American Dollars.

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