I called the creature a BEARGER, a hybrid of a polar bear & tiger.
It’s not anatomically correct-but it was a quick sketch.

goad \GOHD\ , verb;

1. To prick or drive with, or as if with, a goad; prod; incite.
1. A stick with a pointed or electrically charged end, for driving cattle, oxen, etc.; prod.
2. Anything that pricks or wounds like such a stick.
3. S
omething that encourages, urges, or drives; a stimulus.

In one breath, the singer would playfully goad the audience, “You’re quiet, New York, I’m here to wake you up.”
— Dan Aquilante, “‘Rot’ the house: Johnny still an easy PiL to swallow”, New York Post

Goad starts out in Old English as gad, “spearhead”, and takes on a more figurative meaning as “to prod as if with a spear” in the 1600s.

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