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Not to be confused with Goosey.
Sprite for Goose from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Species Craw
First appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)
“Don't tell anyone we're the ones running the Trouble Center, OK?”
Goose, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Goose running the Trouble Center

Goose is a minor character in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. He is the member of the Robbo Thieves in charge of operating the Trouble Center located near their hideout in Rogueport. Should the player choose to do so, Flurrie can blow on the back of the Trouble Center to reveal the hidden back door of the center. Initially shocked, Goose claims that many sketchy requests are submitted at the center and, as such, he would rather it be secret that the Robbo Thieves operate it. Although Goose offers a bribe, Mario does not accept it.


  • "That's Goose. Turns out the Trouble Center was being run by him and Ishnail's boys. He may look violent, but he's actually an intellectual. People surprise you, huh?"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese グース
Goose; a play on「ガース」(Gāsu, Gus)
French Epieuf Cross between "épieu" (lance) and "piaf" (slang word meaning "bird")
German Lanzetto From "Lanze" (Lance)
Italian Gazot -
Spanish Ganvi Lan A pun on "gavilán" (the common name of various birds of prey from the Accipiter genus)