Born in an Asian country (likely China or Japan), Plyman's birth mother, Miyoko Hyun, was killed in a botched drug trial, leaving him to be raised by a woman named Renee Plyman in a Western country. At some point in his life, Renee died from unknown causes. He later had a son named Jarvis, but he died of leukemia at the age of six. At some point in his life, he became a hitman and joined a network of hitmen that cropped up after the dismantlement of the Silk Road by the FBI in 2013. At some point in his career, he was hired to kill a lawyer.
Plyman is seen returning to the network's safe house, where Zac Rubenis and Barry Winslow, the group's hostage and technical analyst, are already waiting. Just then, SWAT agents storm the house, led by the BAU. After Rubenis is killed, Plyman tries to escape but is cornered by more agents. As a result, he takes out a syringe from his suitcase and injects himself with the toxin contained inside, killing himself.
Plyman killed the victims in his contract kills by poisoning them with poisons and/or toxins that could be absorbed into the skin and kill a person in seconds. These poisons/toxins would be placed on objects that were going to be touched by the victims. Based on his nickname, it can be assumed that he would make the poisons/toxins he used on his victims.
No official profile of Plyman was made by the BAU, since they focused on the network as a whole.
- Killed numerous unnamed victims prior to Entropy
- Unspecified date and location: Unnamed lawyer
- Though Plyman's true name and personal background were never revealed in Entropy, they could be seen on a spreadsheet the BAU made of the network and a group of operatives-for-hire that abducted Morgan in Derek. This spreadsheet was seen in The Sandman and A Beautiful Disaster, and the show's Twitter account also released a photo of the prop in one of its posts while promoting the latter episode.
- Plyman is partially similar to Edward Hill, a poisoner who appeared in Season One. Both killed their victims by placing poisons on objects that would inevitably be used by them, after which the poisons would enter their bodies. Both also committed suicide using their own poisons to avoid incarceration.
- Season Eleven
- Season Twelve
- Green Light (referenced)
- ↑ He is classified as this despite only one victim being confirmed in the episode, as he is extremely likely to have killed many more people in his career as a hitman, considering his skills and the fact that his poisons/toxins do not leave any trace.