Guardians of the Galaxy has taken many by surprise with its great visuals, solid storytelling and likeable companions. Unfortunately, one of the very first missions you go on involves picking between them. If you aren't sure which crew member would make the most sellable monster, here's how to answer this question. 

Guardians of the Galaxy | Should You Sell Groot or Rocket?

What Happens If You Sell Groot?

Selling Groot can net you up to 12,000 units and is the only option where you actually sell a creature. To do this, you have to let Drax lead and have faith in his ability. 

The main difference between this and Rocket is how the next level will be formatted. If you pick Groot, you will have to complete a stealth section to get him back.

This is great for players who want a little bit of a switch-up in the base gameplay

What Happens If You Sell Rocket?

Rocket is not the type of animal Lady Hellbender wants. She will turn this down. This will anger him and a fight will break out. You can get 12,000 units and fight your way out of there by finding all the loot around the area.

Either way, you will have to get through a boss to get out alive with your crew. This isn't the most elegant solution but it suits the scrappy style of The Guardians of the Galaxy. 

Should You Sell Groot or Rocket?

Outside of some unique dialogue and a new way of approaching the level, this decision has very little bearing on the main story. It mostly depends on your playstyle and who you want to go with in conversation.

An important thing to note about this is saves are very generous and don't punish you at all. Not only does it show the time since last save at the bottom of the pause screen but you can save your game in the middle of the decision and repeat it for the outcome you're looking for. 

If you are still undecided, pick one of the options at random and then restart the scenario if you aren't happy with the outcome. Guardians of the Galaxy is a very lenient game, make sure to fully explore what's out there in the cosmos.  

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