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The Wild Goose is Pico's machine starting from the first F-Zero game and onward. The machine was created by General Repeat of Death Wind with a focus on combat as a special unit in the Polipoto military. When the general retired, the Wild Goose's military history was recognized, and it was adopted for racing. The soldier who designed the Wild Goose is a member of the strong fighting spirited Polipoto tribe of Death Wind. It is able to withstand heavy damage and was made to perform attack runs thus making it suitable for Pico's aggressive driving nature. It also has above-average acceleration and average drifting ability.
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The Wild Goose has four color options: Green, purple, red, and blue
|The general of Death Window, the most elite fighting unit of the Poripoto military, designed this machine for use in command of the unit. When the general retired, the Wild Goose's military history was recognized, and it was adopted for racing. It is very resistant to damage and was made to perform attack runs. However, its weak acceleration and below-average drifting ability in corners are a bit disconcerting.|
Super Smash Bros. series
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the Wild Goose appears as a sticker.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, the Wild Goose appears as one of the platforms in the Mute City stage, and as a trophy.
|Wild Goose||NTSC-U: Pico was given this machine when his commanding officer retired from the military. The Wild Goose trades handling and acceleration for durability—fortunate, since Pico isn't afraid to swap paint with his rivals. Speaking of paint, does it look kinda...duck-like?
PAL: This machine was given to hot-headed soldier Pico when he retired from the military. Designed as a war machine, it's too heavy to be quick or good at cornering, but it's perfect for Pico's aggressive driving style...which might explain the name.
- (1998) F-Zero X instruction manual (in English). Nintendo, pp. 22.
- [1991-08-13] in Nintendo EAD: F-Zero instruction manual (in English). Nintendo.
|Pilots||Captain Falcon • Dr. Stewart • Pico • Samurai Goroh|
|Machines||Blue Falcon • Fire Stingray • Golden Fox • Wild Goose|
|Venues||Mute City • Big Blue • Sand Ocean • Death Wind • Silence • Port Town • Red Canyon • White Land • Fire Field|
|Track Features||Dash Zone • Pit • Jump Plate • Anti-Gravity Guide Beam • Mine • Magnetic Field Block Coat • Rough • Left-Pull and Right-Pull Magnet • Down-Pull Magnet|
|Modes||Grand Prix • Practice • Records|
|Other||Rocket Start • Short Cut Foul • Official Recorder • Drift • Drift Turn • Energy • Boost • Mr. Zero • Album|
Super Smash Bros.
|Games||Super Smash Bros. • Super Smash Bros. Melee • Super Smash Bros. Brawl • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|
|Characters||Captain Falcon • Samurai Goroh *|
|Special moves||Falcon Punch • Raptor Boost • Falcon Dive • Falcon Kick • Blue Falcon|
|Stages||Mute City • Big Blue • Port Town Aero Dive • F-Zero Grand Prix|
|Trophies||Captain Falcon • Samurai Goroh • Dr. Stewart • Jody Summer • Mute City • Falcon Flyer • F-Zero Racers • Pico • Mr. EAD • The Skull • Blood Falcon • Black Shadow • Zoda • Blue Falcon • Fire Stingray • Golden Fox • Wild Goose • James McCloud • Deathborn|
|Stickers||Captain Falcon • Blood Falcon • Blue Falcon • Dr. Stewart • Fire Stingray • Golden Fox • Gomar & Shioh • Iron Tiger • Mr. EAD • Octoman • Red Gazelle • Samurai Goroh • White Cat • Wild Goose|