Bungie has participated in the ALS Association's Ice Bucket Challenge in the most interesting of ways, by having its characters from Destiny do the challenge for them.

This newest video Bungie has posted on its YouTube page is one of our favorite Ice Bucket Challenges to date. Just a few days ago, Xbox head Phil Spencer did the challenge (seen in the video below). Bungie's challenge is fully rendered using Destiny's engine and features a Wizard on the moon sending a bucket of ice water all the way to Earth, hilariously landing on the Ghost of a random Guardian.

The Ghost's audio might just rehashed dialogue of Peter Dinklage's voice recordings, but we still love it. Hearing Dinklage say "that came from the moon" topped off its awesomeness. At the end of the video, the Wizard nominated the following people: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's Jonathan Irons (played by Kevin Spacey), Joel from The Last of Us and George Lucas. Here's to hoping we get three awesome videos in return and that the ALS Association gets three more charitable donations as well.

Destiny will be launching on Sept. 9 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 4. Until its launch, Bungie is donating 20% of all proceeds from the Bungie Store to the ALS Assocation.

We humbly encourage our readers to visit the ALS Assocation's website and help make a difference.