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Vory V Zakone from Shadowrun Sourcebook, Vice

The term Vory refers to a form of organized crime which originated in the former Soviet Union. Which is the 4th oldest criminal society in the world at over 150 years (with the Mafia at 200 years, the Yakuza at 400 years, and the Triads at 800 years).

In fact, the Russian mob calls itself "Vory v Zakone," which translates to "thieves following a code" or "thieves inside of law." Within the Vory, there are not only Russian syndicates but also Georgian, Armenian, Chechen, Belorussian, Ukrainian, Azeri, and Jewish mafias. Despite this, a lot of Europeans and Americans still call the Vory the "Russian Mafia".

The Vory were born in the gulags of the Soviet Union.[1] They are the most violent and efficient criminal syndicate due to their willingness to "do what works".[2] Since they are unable to match the other major syndicates in money and manpower, their main public relations tool is intimidation. Blunt brutality is their go-to negotiation technique and hit every confrontation at full charge, loud and raging.[3]

Number of Organizatsi in Russia: Hundreds[4]

Membership (Worldwide): 10s of thousands(likely)

Major Organizatsi in North America: 12[4]


Origin of the Vory[]

The Vory date back to the years after the Russian Revolution of 1917. When the professional criminals within the newly established Soviet Union, allied with Stalin's political enemies. The constant fighting between the two necessitated the creation of a code of conduct, otherwise the conflict would result in the triumph of their common enemy, the state. This code of conduct, was accepted by the leaders of the underworld as the "law". It was based on the criminal customs and traditions of pre-Soviet Russia, during the reign of the Romanov Tsars of Imperial Russia. The law regulated behavior in the Russian criminal underworld. To follow the law meant you were a "Vory V Zakone".[5]

Rise of the Vory[]

The labor camps and gulags of the USSR were the means by which the thieves' customs and traditions rapidly spread throughout the Soviet prison culture. Once released from incarceration, these former inmates went on to spread the code, resulting in more followers which strengthened the authority of the Vory. World War Two resulted in a war within the Vory, as one faction stayed true to the prohibition against fighting to defend the Communist regime and those who enlisted in the army to defend the Rodina (motherland) from the genocidal fascist invaders. In the aftermath there were purges against those Vory who had "collaberated" with the state, which greatly damaged Vory business and their expansion.[5]

The Vory afterwards made modifications to its code to permit collaboration with the state in extenuating circumstances (e.g. defending the motherland). They continued to operate in the Soviet Union's shadows for decades, eventually ending up in control of the vast black market and other types of organized crime in the Soviet Union.[4] The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 brought a new player to the international scene of organized crime, the Vory V Zakone. Criminal syndicates, rings, and networks of Russians and the various ethnic groups that made up the former USSR which in the media came to be known as the "Russian mafiya" in the West. By 1993 there were 5,000 crime groups with 100,000 members, the great majority in the successor states of the former Soviet Union.[1] Which by 1997 had plundered Russia and taken $10s of billions out of Russia into safe havens around the world.[2] By the late 1990s, the Russian mafiya was earning $200 billion a year (which would have made them the second wealthiest mob at the time, after the Chinese mafia).[3]

The 1990s were time when there were mob wars in most of the major cities within Russia (as well as the "new" republics that had emerged after the fall of the Soviet Union). In which Moscow became world famous for the wave of car bombs and drive-by shootings as the various "bratva" (criminal brigades) of the underworld fought for control. [4][5] Mobsters took over factories and ports, fought over strategic sectors of the economy, and made fortunes illegally exporting the resources of Russia (oil, timber, copper, aluminum, diamonds, etc) turning countries like Lithuania that lacked such resources into major exporters.[6][7] When Russian mafiosi sported big gold chains, Rolexes, and open collars, drove around in foreign luxury cars (often German), and had big biceps.[8] When Russian thugs were often seen wearing tracksuits, especially those of Adidas or leather jackets.[9][10]

In the Russian underworld, the Vory V Zakone were made up of three kinds of criminal organizations. There were those based on ethnicity (Chechen mafia, Ukrainian mafia, Armenian mafia, Georgian mafia, Azeri mafia, etc). The most notorious faction of the Chechen mafia was based in Moscow, the Obshina (as in "community") which had ties to Chechen terrorists.[11][12] The second most powerful ethnic group in the Vory (after the Russians) were the Georgian mafia.[13] Some of the syndicates were based on kinship (families) such as the Tamboskaya which was led by two brothers and would by the start of the 21st century dominated the underworld in St. Petersburg. Controlling a 100 industrial enterprises and the four main Russian ports in the northwest (Baltic and Arctic). They had operations in at least three foreign countries; Germany, Estonia, and Bulgaria.[14][15][16][17] Within the Vory V Zakone were also syndicates that were based on geography, such as Uralmash which in the 1990s seized control of the underworld in the city of Yekaterinburg and the Solntesvskaya which was based in a suburb of Moscow.[18]

The Solntesvsakay became the largest and powerful of the syndicates in Russia, with branches in multiple nations in Europe plus in both Canada and the United States by the first decade of the 21st century. It was estimated to have over 5,000 members and had two "combat brigades" which specialized in assassination. They were involved in drug trafficking, racketeering, prostitution, and gun smuggling.[19][20][21][22] Uralmash consisted of approximately 500 members and its rise to power started with the bailing out of the city's largest manufacturer, Uralmash, after which it expanded into other industries (e.g. copper) and rackets (e.g. drugs).[23][24][25] In the year 2003, it was estimated that there had been 5,000 contract killings throughout Russia. The Vory V Zakone syndicates controlled approximately 10% of Russia, especially St. Petersburg, the south, Moscow, and Siberia. Of the 1,200 banks in Russia only 200 of them were considered to be legitimate (as in not controlled by the mafia). Over 2,000 industrial entities in Russia were under mafia control. Estimates of the size of the Vory V Zakone varied from the low estimate of 450 groups with 12,000 members to as high as 10,000 groups with 300,000 members.[26][27]

Vory in the Sixth World[]

The social and political upheavals brought about by the collapse of the USSR, likewise brought upheaval to the Vory V Zakone. Gang wars erupted between the Russian and Georgian branches of the Vory V Zakone, which operated as separate entities until they were reconciled in the 2030s. The EuroWars that followed resulted in streams of former citizens of the Soviet Union and Russia, which fled to other parts of the world, especially North America. Right along with them came the Vory.[4]

For over 40 years (since the 2030s), the Vory have been steadily expanding in the West, making inroads into Mafia territory in Europe and to a lesser degree North America.[6] On the other hand in the last two decades the Triads, Yakuza, and the Seoulpa Rings have been making inroads into Vory territory in Russia.[7][8][9]


The Syndicates[]

The Vory V Zakone are a loosely affiliated federation of syndicates. They originated in the old thieves' networks within the gulags of old Russia. Each group is led by either a man of power or a small oligarchy.[10] The biggest organizatsi are structured like corporations and operate like them, complete with a board of directors. Smaller organizatsi are similar to the Seoulpa Rings.[11]

Leading the various organizatsi is either a Vory or an Avtoritet. Traditionally a Vory is someone who worked his way up the ranks of the underworld, and he was usually hands on, getting involved in the bloody parts of the business. The Avtoritet in turn was usually a government minister or ambassador who was in touch with the organization via several trusted lieutenants. By 2070, they had become synonymous. Avtoritet usually run organizations that are larger than those of the Vory, with multiple lideris in a city.[12]


The Vory is comprised of

Both factions hate each other's but frequently have to work together, because a lot of the products (weapons, BTLs, chemical drugs, prostitutes, stolen artifacts and resources) sold by the White Vory come originally from the Red Vory in Eastern Europe.

Organizatsi Hierarchy[]

  • The Tsar (vor or avtorite) is the leader of an organizatsi. Powerful organizatsi will receive the respect of those smaller groups which are nearby. (the groups work alone but will forge alliances when needed).[1]
  • The Sovetnik who are below the Tsar are trained in a legitimate business activity sets up the organizatsi's money laundering and is in charge of making sure that the lideri do their jobs. They also are in charge of maintaining the syndicate's connections to the prison system. He also plays the role of an adviser to the Tsar.[2]
  • The Lideri are the project managers in charge of managing the syndicate's day to day business. Each one runs a specialty-protection funds to bank fraud which they are in charge of organizing and coordinating. As a group they are in charge of overseeing the "gruppa obespechenie".[2]
  • The Gruppa Obespechenie are the syndicate's accountants. Who are in charge of the obschak, the communal fund used for the running of the enterprises. All pay into the obschak, so if you are making money you pay into the obschak. If not, the consequences are horrible. It's used to take care of the members who have been incarcerated and their families. Death benefits are paid from it to the widows and their children or to bribe the guards to permit family visits.[2]
  • The Shestiorkas are the lowest Vory who serve as the gophers or bagmen. Most of them are recruited as teenagers,and those who are successful move up the ladder and the failures end up dead.[2]
  • The Bojeviks are the soldiers and enforcers of the Vory. Who are used when it is unsuitable to use street gangs or contract labor (shadowrunners). They are the Vory who spend the most time incarcerated, where they recruit for the Vory and if needed kill those prisoners who have become informants. They also serve as the middlemen between the gangs and the Vory, supplying them with money, weapons, and armor.[2]
Vory V Zakone (hierarchy) from Shadowrun Sourcebook, Vice

Vory Meetings[]

Frequently these syndicates are at war with each other. Increasingly to prevent things from spiraling out of control, the leaders of the warring syndicates will resolve their conflict via informal meetings called streika.[10] Every couple of years, the Vory bosses will meet in a big formal gathering known as a Skhodki to discuss issues of strategic importance.[13]



Racism runs deeply in Russian culture, which is directed toward those whom are not Russians, those of another ethnicity. They look down on the other ethnic groups in Russia (Tatars, Jews, Mongols, Georgians, Armenians, etc). A Russian member of the Red Vory will trust a Muscovite troll or dwarf before they trust a Georgian or Jewish human.[14]

The Red Vory are examples of this, but the White Vory have been forced to adapt somewhat being in a new land. Though they would still prefer to recruit, hire, or do business with a Russian.[14]


Russians generally don't have a problem with metahumans, unlike the Yakuza and to a lesser degree the Mafia.[14][15][16] To them what matters is the ethnicity, as in are they Russian. In that regard they are like the Triads when it comes to metahumans.[14][17][18]


Russians don't have a problem with the Awakened generally speaking, and neither do their Vory. Unfortunately there is a level of distrust toward the Awakened, which is not based on racism but on the fact that many of them were conscripted into state service driving a wedge between the mundane and Awakened populations.[14]


The Russian Vory don't have a problem with technomancers. When technomancers first emerged, unlike the Mafia or Yakuza, the tech-savvy Vory (like the Triads) rushed to press gang them into service. They recruited technomancers into their syndicates.[14][19]


Old Vory[]

The Vory V Zakone used to follow a code, one formed in the prison. In the old code, the Vory V Zakone were supposed to disdain everything that is part of "normal" society, including such things as work, the state, your home, and family. The only place that a Vor called home was prison, seeing freedom as being a temporary condition. It was neither dishonorable nor detrimental to one's criminal career to be sent to prison, on the contrary time in prison served to strengthen your reputation. When in prison, it was forbidden to do any type of prison work. On the outside they were forbidden to own homes and members marked themselves with tattoos and scars.[4]

New Vory[]

Prison is no longer seen as something to aspire to among the Vory. Rather than see prison as boost to one's career, Vory now do their best to stay out of prison. In addition they no longer scorn the trappings of society. Members openly enjoy and display the "fruits" of their criminal endeavors, showing others how successful and prosperous they are. Members either no longer sport tattoos and scars or they keep them hidden, presenting a more conservative appearance, perhaps even a corporate look.[4]

The old code has been replaced by a code whose philosophy is "do what works". All members are required to maintain a public image. Insults results in swift retaliation that ends in maiming or death. Traitors are tortured and killed.[1] All members contribute to a communal fund (obschak), which is used to take care of those members whom have been incarcerated or their families.[2]


When it comes to ethnicity and race, as far as the Russians are concerned they are at the top. Followed by European Slavs and Baltic peoples whom are tolerated by the Russians. Next are the ethnic minorities from Transcaucasia (e.g. Georgians, Armenians, & Chechens) who are looked upon with suspicion. The ethnic minorities from the Russian Far East (e.g, Mongols, Kazakhs, and Uzbeks) are treated the same as those from Transcaucasia. At the bottom of the totem pole are the Jews.[20]


In the Vory, not only are prison-style tattoos common but members can be found with tattoos scattered across all of their body (chest, back, abdomen, shoulders, arms, thighs, knees, etc). These tattoos are nowhere near as elaborate as those of the Yakuza, are done using only bluish-black ink, and none anywhere near being a full body tattoo. Vory tattoos are used to identify the ranks, specialties, and history of the members though now the tattoos are hidden rather than displayed in public among civilians. Some of the tattoos are specific to the Vory only and others are used by the Russian criminal class within the prison systems. There are many types of tattoos which the Vory use, including;

  • Stars which denote rank and when placed on the knees or shoulders it means "I kneel to no-one".
  • Cat: Usually done with a hat, which means the Vory is a thief.
  • Orthodox Church: Normally on the chest, in which the number of cupolas matches the number of convictions.
  • Skull: Which means that the Vory is a murderer.
  • Cross: Always on the chest, which is the "thieves" cross.
  • Dragons: Which is for an individual who has stolen property of the state.
  • Spider: If it's facing upward it denotes an active criminal if facing upward, but if it's facing downward then it's someone who has left the life of crime.
  • Eagle: Which means it's someone having senior authority, but if it is carrying someone then it signifies he is a rapist.

How the Vory Operate[]


Of all the crime syndicates, the Vory may be the most efficient and violent of them all. This efficiency comes from the fact that the Vory are willing to use whatever works. No longer restricted held back by their prison culture, the Vory have continued to adapt as the years passed. They have embraced every technological advance that has come. With the merging of the Avtoritet with the Vor, they have taken each others' best practices.[2]


Street gangs are valuable to the Vory and their operations. They serve as street muscle for the Western Vory. who either recruit or kill the gangs' leadership to control a number of small and mid-sized gangs. They are then tasked to provide small-time protection and distribute their BTLs and drugs. The gangs are usually paid a fixed rate, though they may negotiate for a cut of what the gang manages to sell.[2]



The Awakened have a very minimal presence within the Vory. Historically magical ability in Russia was the providence of cultural groups that were ostracized (e.g. the Mongols). Due to the Awakened often being forced to serve the state, their is a distrust of the Awakened in Russia. The few Awakened who are in the Vory are conditioned to be loyal to the criminal society, including by the use of psychotropic conditioning.[14]


Augmentation is as common within the Vory as any of the other major crime syndicates. Since none of the leading cyberware manufacturing and designing corporations are based in Russia, the average Red Vory soldier is unlikely to have cyberware as sophisticated as that possessed by a Mafia soldier, much less a Triad soldier or the gold standard for cybered mobsters, the Yakuza.


Due to the vast Russian military-industrial complex and their close ties to the regime, the Red Vory have access to military-grade equipment and weaponry. The White Vory in turn would have an arsenal comparable to the Mafia, one gotten from hijacking shipments, theft from depots, and so on.

Vory Soldiers[]

The average Vory soldier is a vicious thug.[21] What makes the Vory dangerous is that their ranks were swelled in the early 21st century by soldiers from the Red Army once the Vory lifted the restrictions on accepting former soldiers.[22] Ever since the Red Army has been a source of recruits for the Vory. Though they don't form the majority of the Vory men, ex-Red Army soldiers do serve as the shocktroops of the Vory and often form the core or backbone of their syndicates.[23][24] As for the Vory hitmen, generally they are violent and messy, who kill for sport nearly as often as they do for profit. If the trail ends up leading to them, there is a good chance they will turn on their benefactor to get a better deal.[25]

Vory soldiers outside of Russia, in the Western nations are usually outfitted with ballistic armor (e.g. armor jacket) and armed with sub-machine guns or heavy pistols (with explosive rounds). In addition to firearms they often carry knives, baseball bats, and stun batons.[26][27][28][29] Those Vory soldiers and specialist (e.g. riggers, smugglers, etc) who are augmented have received such enhancements as reaction enhancements, bone lacing, cyberarms, rigger control, smartlink, and datajacks.[30][31][32][33][34][35][36]


Unlike other syndicates, the Vory don't feel superior to shadowrunners and if they deliver, they think they're great. Vory use shadowrunners more often than other syndicates. Vory "Johnsons" are extremely violent and know only one way to solve problems, kill everyone. They will assist you if asked, but will charge you. Betray them or cost them money, and on their way to getting to you they'll kill every person you knew or know in a bloodily spectacular fashion.[37]

Criminal Enterprises[]

Prison Economies[]

With its origin in the Gulag system of Russia, the Vory have never lost their stronghold in the Russian prison system. Within the Red Vory have control over shivs, tattoos, and home-brewed drugs in nearly every prison. The smuggling of goods into prisons is also controlled by the Vory. Their control extends all the way to the guards.[38]


The Vory run a wide variety of gambling operations. Like the other major syndicates, they operate gambling houses where the customers play games of chance (e.g. dice games, card games, etc). They also run numbers games (lotteries) in the neighborhoods under their control. Like the Triads, the Vory are also known for running underground pit fights.[39]


The Vory focus on streetwalkers when it comes to prostitutes, who work the streets in the red-light districts and on the docks. Others run cheap coffins and motels where you're charged by the minute. The Western Vory also provide home delivery service. In which they bring customized prostitutes for their special clients, some of which have been implanted with sim-rigs to produce sim-porn for BTLs.[38] Vory streetwalker prostitutes are tagged, in which a RFID is embedded into each of the prostitutes. Which displays the prices and fetishes, and also lets them track any who try to leave their pimps.[32]


Inside Russia, nearly all of the smuggling and black market (drugs, BTL, talislegging, consumer goods, etc) is controlled by the Red Vory. The Red Vory use a structure that is similar to the supply chain of a mega-corp, in which they track purchasing trends. They have a vast inventory of the latest and greatest weapons produced by the Russian military-industiral complex, and could care less who is buying only how much the customer is willing to pay. The Triads and Yakuza buy quite a bit from them Red Vory.

The Western Vory do smaller scale arms trafficking from the leftover stockpiles of weapons from the Eurowars and the hijacking of weapon shipment scheduled for destruction by law enforcement. They also smuggle BTL chips and narcotics into their territories, supplied by other groups.[23]

Matrix Crime[]

The Vory are into practically every type of Matrix crime. From credit fraud to denial of service, the Vory extort individuals and small business owners. They have been expanding in the business of e-hijacking in which they alter shipping manifests and thereby intercept physical shipments. The Western Vory have been combining strong-arm tactics and digital warfare to force cooperation.[38]

White Collar Crime[]

The organizatsi of the Avtoritet are structured like corporations, and they do the same type of crimes as the corporations. Scams are run in which investors are shown books that demonstrate the company is a great investment opportunity. They are paid from money coming from newer investments and so on. Once enough money has come in, the money is siphoned out, and bad debt is dumped into the company. They dump the holding company, leaving the investors holding the bag.[23]

Protection Rackets[]

Wherever possible the Vory establish protection rackets. If they pay up, the organizatsi makes sure other criminals don't hurt them. In turn if they don't pay, then they make sure that gang violence is everywhere. The Vory make sure that the gangs know who is protected and therefore off limits.[23]

Vory Schism[]

Red Vory[]

As of 2072 AD, the Red Vory are firmly entrenched in Russia dominating criminal activity throughout the nation and cast their shadow throughout Eastern Europe.[40] Within Russia there are hundreds of Vory syndicates.[41] The Moscow Vory (led by Andrei Petschukov ) are the most powerful in the nation, with influence over Russian syndicates not only in Russia but also in Europe.[42] Their rivals are the St. Petersburg Vory (led by Vasily Romanenko ) whom rival Moscow for influence over the Vory in Europe.[43] The Vory in Kiev are another influential group, whose influence reaches the Lobatchevski Syndicate.[44]

White Vory[]

The White Vory in turn have established themselves in Western Europe, the Middle East, and North America. When they migrated to Europe, the White Vory conquered a huge slice of the underworld economy in northern Europe, territory north of a line running from Paris (France) to Sofia (Bulgaria).[40] In the Scandinavian Union is the Lobatchevski Syndicate, which dominates the underworld in those states. The Tremaine-Gullyev Organizatsi operates in the United Netherlands and has footholds in half of the European ports along the Atlantic. Paris Organizatsi controls most of northern France. The Cherkezov Organizatsi spreads across the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Berlin, and Königsberg.[13] Dominating crime in northern and eastern Germany is the Gargari Organizatsi.[45] In North America there are a dozen Vory syndicates.[41] The Maagen David Adom (Red Star of David) syndicate dominates crime in Israel.[46]

Vory V Zakone, Map (customized map from ShadowHelix)

Vory V Zakone (Nations with Vory)

Russians versus the Rest[]

Mafia Regions[]

The Vory as noted before have had spectacular success in Europe, making huge gains at the expense of the local European gangs and syndicates, including those that will go on to form the European Mafia the Alta Commissione and create the European Mafia. In North America, they have not had anywhere near the degree of success as in Europe but they are establishing themselves in multiple cities in the UCAS and are growing their operations.

The Far East and South America[]

When it comes to outside of Europe and North America, they have had much less success expanding their empire into the territories of the other major crime syndicates. In the homeland of the Yakuza, they have established a solid foothold in the Neo-Tokyo sprawl, but do not appear to have spread any further.[47]

In China, the Vory have managed to actually establish themselves in Hong Kong though they appear to have taken care not to challenge the Triads nor have they made inroads into other parts of China.[48] No Vory are yet to be found in South America, the backyard of the Ghost Cartels nor in Aztlan the David Cartel's turf.[49]

Back in Russia[]

The Vory were able to keep rival syndicates out of Russia for decades but times are changing. Originally it was only in the distant remote far eastern corner of Russia where they had lost ground to foreign syndicates as the Korean Seoulpa Rings and Chinese Triads entrenched themselves and steadily expanded their operations in the city, and the Yakuza established a foothold.[50][1] Recently the Triads, Seoulpa Rings, and Yakuza have been expanding to other cities across Russia.[51]

Nations and City-States with Vory[]

Former Soviet Union[]


North America[]

Rest of the World[]

Major Vory Groups[]

Former Soviet Union[]


North America[]

Far East[]

Middle East[]

Russian Mafiya in the Real 21st Century[]

The days of car bombs, drive-by shootings, and mobsters taking over factories are over in Russia, ever since Putin and his ex-KGB people (the siloviki - security guys) took over Russia. In the process co-opting the billionaire oligarchs and imprisoning or forcing into exile those billionaire oligarchs that refuse to submit. The same thing happened in the underworld, those mafiya bosses that submitted were left more or less alone and those that were defiant were crushed.

The 1990s, was the era of violent turf wars at the local, regional, and national level between criminal syndicates. In which the criminal hierarchies and territorial boundaries were established. In the 21st century targeted assassinations have replaced the indiscriminate violence of the streets, and tattoos are out as the new generation of gangster-businessmen in Italian suits has domesticated the old-school criminals.

The state under Vladimir Putin permits the gangsters to continue operating as long as they do not directly challenge the state. If the state needs something from the underworld, the criminals are expected to obey. The Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), the Federal Security Service (FSB), and military intelligence (GRU) all have working relationships with the criminal networks operating out of Russia. The security service sub-contract wetwork out to Russian organized crime

In the 2010s, North Caucasian and Georgian criminal groups still continue to operate at the street level in Europe, but the major Russian groups now operate at the higher levels - providing Russian methamphetamines and Afghan heroin, cyber crime, money laundering, illegal sports betting and rigging soccer games, etc. They smuggle back into Russia, stolen goods and European goods under sanctions. As of 2017, Russia-based crime syndicates control 1/3 of the heroin trade in Europe, most of Europe's illegal weapons imports, and a significant chunk of the non-European people trafficking into Europe.[28][29][30]


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