The Filipino Mafia


The Filipino Mafia

Organization Type/Specialties: Untraceable “Favors”, Politics, Black-Market Luxury Items
Assets: $200 Million
Monthly Net Revenue: $2 Million
Employees/Members: 500

Societal Position: Typical Resources, Special Assets (Black Market Gear)
Rank: Social, 3/Level, Max 4
Rivals: None

Rank Table
Rank Title Cost
0 Obero 0
1 Kabakas 3
2 Tito 6
3 Lolo 9
4 Apo 12

Important Facilities


BAD Modifiers

Security: 0
Digital Security: 2
Competence: 3
Knowledge: 3


Organized Crime Task-forces laugh at the thought calling the Filipino Mafia an actual mafia as the generally recognized concept of an organized mafia is an underground criminal society, something between a loose feudal kingdom of gangsters and a sort of “police for criminals” – which is very far from the concept of the Filipino Mafia – which is a loose network of favors and glad-handing deals that stretches into every country with a port, sea or air. While the Filipino Mafia mostly deals securing comfortable positions within other organizations for their members, they do deal with criminal youth gangs and exploit loyalty for criminal benefit. The Filipino Mafia isn’t a direct criminal threat like most mafias – their power is a lot more subtle: 25% of the worlds medical, engineering and transportation professionals have a loose connection to the Filipino Mafia, as well as 30% of the US Navy! Above all, the Filipino Mafia stresses a respectable image with low-risk, high-reward networking their primary MO.

The Filipino Mafia

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