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|image_alt=A portrait of two men in 1970's suits.
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|caption=Carl Heath and Per Wetterstrand, organizers of OB7.
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|location=Varberg, Sweden
 
|name=OB7
 
|name=OB7
|homepage_url=http://ob7.se
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|date={{start date|2002|10}}
|homepage_link_text=OB7s web page
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|website={{URL|ob7.se}}
|number_of_runs=1
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|participants=36
|number_of_players=36
 
 
|duration=2 days
 
|duration=2 days
|full_credits=Designed by [[Carl Heath]] and [[Per Wetterstrand]].
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|designers={{plainlist|*[[Carl Heath]]
|participation_fee=SEK 900
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* [[Per Wetterstrand]]}}
|game_mechanics=Several
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|techniques={{plainlist|* [[The Doctor]]
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* [[Pre-larp workshop]]}}
 
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'''OB7''' was a larp set in the context a prison during political turmoil in Sweden in 1973. The Swedish Security Police (Swedish: ''Säpo'') arrested people belonging to various leftist organisations and kept them in prison for interrogation on the suspicion of terrorist activities. The game was designed to explore gameplay in isolation.  
 
'''OB7''' was a larp set in the context a prison during political turmoil in Sweden in 1973. The Swedish Security Police (Swedish: ''Säpo'') arrested people belonging to various leftist organisations and kept them in prison for interrogation on the suspicion of terrorist activities. The game was designed to explore gameplay in isolation.  
  
 
==Controversy==
 
==Controversy==
OB7 was controversial when produced as it explored themes from the classical Stanford Prison Experiment[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_prison_experiment]. It was a [[political larp]] which brought to light political controversies of the 1970s as well as then-current issues. OB7 was written in the wake of 9/11 and the European Union summit in Göteborg 2001.
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OB7 was controversial when produced as it explored themes from the classical Stanford Prison Experiment [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_prison_experiment]. It was a [[political larp]] which brought to light political controversies of the 1970s as well as then-current issues. OB7 was written in the wake of 9/11 and the European Union summit in Göteborg 2001.
  
 
==Techniques==
 
==Techniques==
 
* [[The Doctor]]
 
* [[The Doctor]]
* [[Pre-larp Workshop]]
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* [[Pre-larp workshop]]
  
 
==Images==
 
==Images==
[http://www.flickr.com/photos/ob7info/ OB7 Flikr Gallery]
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* [http://www.flickr.com/photos/ob7info/ OB7 Flickr Gallery]
  
 
==Production==
 
==Production==
 
* Varberg - [[Interaktiva Uppsättningar]]
 
* Varberg - [[Interaktiva Uppsättningar]]
  
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[[Category:Larps]]
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[[Category:Larp runs]]
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[[Category:Larp runs in Sweden]]
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[[Category:2002 larp runs]]

Latest revision as of 21:32, 13 January 2019

OB7
A portrait of two men in 1970's suits.
Carl Heath and Per Wetterstrand, organizers of OB7.
Techniques
Websiteob7.se
Information
DateOctober 2002 (2002-10)
Duration2 days
LocationVarberg, Sweden
Participants36
Participation feekr 900
Credits
Designed by

OB7 was a larp set in the context a prison during political turmoil in Sweden in 1973. The Swedish Security Police (Swedish: Säpo) arrested people belonging to various leftist organisations and kept them in prison for interrogation on the suspicion of terrorist activities. The game was designed to explore gameplay in isolation.

Controversy

OB7 was controversial when produced as it explored themes from the classical Stanford Prison Experiment [1]. It was a political larp which brought to light political controversies of the 1970s as well as then-current issues. OB7 was written in the wake of 9/11 and the European Union summit in Göteborg 2001.

Techniques

Images

Production