Silly Goose | E. Christopher Clark

Silly Goose


Silly Geese are a species of mutated Canadian Geese native to the land of Eden. They are distinguished from their mundane ancestors by their distinctive honk. This amused and amusing call is known to induce laughter in nearly all who hear it—a contagious noise which has been known split sides and bust guts the world over.


That said, for those who are immune to the contagious chortling of the silly goose, the animal can be a fearsome adversary. Silly Geese have been known to attack any and all who do not laugh along with them, which is why they have become a favorite pet and sidekick of street performers and comedians the world over. If an Edenian comes across a busker telling jokes with a silly goose at his side, that Edenian best be prepared to laugh—or ready to run!

Scientific Name
Branta ridibundus
10-24 years
Conservation Status
Least Concern
Average Weight
5-14 lbs
Average Length
Bestiary February 2023
Generic article | Feb 25, 2023

During the month of February 2023, yours truly will be leading y’all on an investigation of the fauna in that there Land of Eden I’m always going on about.


Author's Notes

Special thanks to Author Goddess and Cow2Face for their initial ideas about the species during my Twitch livestream on May 16, 2022.

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Feb 22, 2023 13:50 by Chris L

All geese are a--holes. This article is only further proof of that undeniable fact.

Learn about the World of Wizard's Peak and check out my award winning article about the Ghost Boy of Kirinal!

Feb 22, 2023 16:43 by E. Christopher Clark

Wait until you see the picture. I finally found a goose model I could download for free and I've got it rendering now. He's standing beside a court jester who's looking at the camera and basically daring the viewer not to laugh.

Now it's time for the awkward wave.
Mar 4, 2023 17:37 by Dr Emily Vair-Turnbull

Well... sounds about accurate for a goose. XD

Mar 4, 2023 21:47 by E. Christopher Clark

Hehehe. Yes! My aunt and uncle, who lived next door when I was little—I swear they had a couple of geese as pets. I don't think I'm making this up. They were total jerks (the geese, not my relatives).

Now it's time for the awkward wave.
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