The Worthless Flower gang was a yakuza group in Nakamaru in Wa around 1357 DR. The Worthless flower's main business was gambling. They tried to control all gambling operations in city and surrounding but their games were not overtly dishonest, also in honest gambling games in the end won the gambler. The Worthless Flower own many gambling houses in city separated for status, some only for samurai, some for foreign and all like this. The Worthless Flower was organized like a family with the boss as father of his underlings. Among important rules were secretly, loyalty to the oyabun and forbid theft and other petty crimes. The Worthless Flower were semi-officiously recognized by city's authorities also thank to many members being ronin.[1]



  1. David "Zeb" Cook (1987). Blood of the Yakuza. (TSR, Inc), pp. 19–20. ISBN 0-88038-401-8.