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|image=Ob71.jpg
 
|image=Ob71.jpg
|country=Sweden
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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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|participation_fee={{currency|900|SEK}}
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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.  
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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.  
  
 
==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 meeting 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-game Workshop]]
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* [[Pre-larp workshop]]
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==Images==
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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: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 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
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

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