Pico's machine is the Wild Goose, which lacks in acceleration, but its durability and cornering make up for it. The machine has the second highest max speed in the first F-ZERO game. In this game, Pico's homeworld was Death Wind. The general of Death Wind, which is the special unit of the Polipoto 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. 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. However, it's 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 alongside Pico in a Trophy dedicated to its pilot.
- "A war veteran who used to belong to a special-forces unit of the Poripoto army. He runs a small shop, but there's a rumor that he works behind the scenes as an effective assassin. His aggressive personality is also reflected in competition as a reckless pilot. The durable nature of his machine, the Wild Goose (#06), supports this destructive racing style."
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
The duo is once again featured as a trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
- NA: "An ex-soldier from the Poripoto army, he hails from the planet Death Wind. He comes off as aggressive in interviews, and his driving is very similar. I always feel bad for the interviewers! Some say his reckless driving caused a major accident in a race..."
- EU: "A former soldier of the Poripoto army from the planet Death Wind. It's not clear if his aggression in interviews is just the way he is or some kind of act. Considering the way he races, it's probably the former. Rumour has it he was the cause of a major accident some time ago."