There are two different types of scenario:
Detailed (Rational) Scenarios take a little longer and allow the players to discuss the various options and nuances of the scenario before deciding what they would do.
Short (Emotional) Scenario require a decision under time pressure, the players have 30 seconds to understand the scenario and make a decision about what they would do.
The facilitator leads a discussion around the scenario, using the prompts provided in the scenario guide, as well as working with the group to add a familiar local context to the situation.
At the end of the round, appropriate points are awarded to each player. Players move their token forward or backwards along the board.