Huddles are a new mechanic introduced in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. When a combat situation goes poorly, you can call a huddle. This will summon your whole team (fallen members will be revived), and they will all huddle around you. Your job is to give the best possible pep talk in the form of an appropriate answer. What you need to do here is to pay close attention to what your team members are saying. If you select the correct answer, both you and your entire team will get a damage boost. If you choose wrongly, only you will receive the bonus. Of course, choosing the correct answer is what you want, since it will benefit everyone. This Guardians of the Galaxy Huddle Correct Answer – Laughing in the Face of Danger – Don’t Get Cocky guide will tell you the answer for the very first huddle in the game.
Laughing in the Face of Danger – Guardians of the Galaxy First Huddle Choice
Every Huddle you call can have three possible outcomes. The correct answer will give everyone a damage boost, a wrong answer will only give the damage boost to Star-Lord, and saying nothing (if the time for answering runs out) will have no effect other than reviving all your fallen team mates. You need to select an answer that cheers them up if they are feeling grim about their chances of winning, or refocuses them if they are getting too cocky.
During every Huddle, your team mates will give you hints of what the correct answer will be. This comes in the form of keywords floating above their heads during the conversation. In this particular Huddle, you will see the phrases “Laughing at us!” and “Scary”. This refers to the correct answer, which is in this case: “Laugh in the face of danger”. This is the right answer, and selecting this will give everyone a damage boost.
Don’t Get Cocky – Guardians of the Galaxy First Huddle Choice
The second answer you can give in this Huddle is: “Don’t get cocky just cause we know the game.” If you select this answer, only Star-Lord will get buffed. As you can see, this was a wrong answer for two reasons. One, it didn’t refer to any of the keyphrases your team members were saying. And two, your goal here was to lift up their spirits, not to refocus them.