Usually she operates as a honey trap, seducing targets for information, to be easily killed by someone else, or in recruitment attempts. Her preferred weapon when she has to do the killing is a "la loupe" style garrote. She also always makes sure to have something that can be used as a garrote -such as a scarf- whenever she is unable to bring a regular garrote with her. She sometimes chooses to help her targets rather than hurting them, even against other Proxies. Some are suspicious of her motives for doing so, which are unknown.
- Her name comes from the song "Put the Blame on Mame" written for the 1946 film "Gilda" which just so happens to be pronounced as "maim" and is sung by Rita Hayworth's character.