A Joint Crisis Committee usually comprises of two groups of delegates/representatives in separate rooms, debating the same, perpetual crisis. Typically these factions have opposing positions in the crisis and either try to dominate the other side or seek common ground. As a rule, there are no boundaries to a faction’s course of action, besides having to remain realistic. The crisis is presented to the delegates, who can react to it in the form of directives, short one-clause resolutions. These directives influence the outplay of the scenario.