DestinyMilestoneActivity class

Sometimes, we know the specific activity that the Milestone wants you to play. This entity provides additional information about that Activity and all of its variants. (sometimes there's only one variant, but I think you get the point)




activityHash int
The hash of an arbitrarily chosen variant of this activity. We'll go ahead and call that the "canonical" activity, because if you're using this value you should only use it for properties that are common across the variants: things like the name of the activity, it's location, etc... Use this hash to look up the DestinyActivityDefinition of this activity for rendering data. [...]
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activityModeHash int
The hash identifier of the most specific Activity Mode under which this activity is played. This is useful for situations where the activity in question is - for instance - a PVP map, but it's not clear what mode the PVP map is being played under. If it's a playlist, this will be less specific: but hopefully useful in some way. [...]
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activityModeType int
The enumeration equivalent of the most specific Activity Mode under which this activity is played.
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hashCode int
The hash code for this object. [...]
read-only, inherited
modifierHashes List<int>
If the activity has modifiers, this will be the list of modifiers that all variants have in common. Perform lookups against DestinyActivityModifierDefinition which defines the modifier being applied to get at the modifier data. Note that, in the DestiyActivityDefinition, you will see many more modifiers than this being referred to: those are all possible modifiers for the activity, not the active ones. Use only the active ones to match what's really live. [...]
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runtimeType Type
A representation of the runtime type of the object.
read-only, inherited
variants List<DestinyMilestoneActivityVariant>
If you want more than just name/location/etc... you're going to have to dig into and show the variants of the conceptual activity. These will differ in seemingly arbitrary ways, like difficulty level and modifiers applied. Show it in whatever way tickles your fancy.
read / write


noSuchMethod(Invocation invocation) → dynamic
Invoked when a non-existent method or property is accessed. [...]
toString() String
A string representation of this object. [...]


operator ==(Object other) bool
The equality operator. [...]