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The Mame
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Real Name

Unknown

First Appearance

Fear Mythos Wiki

Original Publisher

Fear Mythos Wiki

Created by

Proxiehunter

Origin

The Mame is a mysterious female proxy of The Slender Man (who is not an open-source character).

No one knows her real name, and she's used so many aliases and back-stories even she may have forgotten her past before she began serving her "Father". So far very few people have connected this beautiful woman with an uncanny resemblance to Rita Hayworth with the masked killer Mame. Unless they do make the connection most people have no idea at all that she's a Proxy.      


Usually she operates as a honey trap, seducing targets for information or to set them up for someone else to kill - or even to try and recruit a Runner to her side. She's also not above slipping her target a kiss if it will serve her purposes. When she needs to kill someone herself her preferred weapon is a garrote. When planning to kill she puts on her mask and brings along the "la loupe" style garrote preferred by the French Foreign Legion. However when in civilian garb she always wears a silk scarf or some other item that can be used as a garrote in a pinch.


She has also been known to develop an inexplicable fondness for the occasional Runner in which case she has been known to aid them, even against other proxies as well as servants of other Fears. Some worry that she's just setting her hook even further to make a future betrayal more emotionally damaging but it hasn't happened yet.

Powers

The only supernatural ability Mame has is access to the Path of Black Leaves, which is a common ability for Slenderproxies. She has also shown skill in Krav Maga.

Trivia

The 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.

Notes

The Mame is an open source character created specifically for use by anyone. Author citations are not necessary.

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