Well, since i started a new character, i thought i would respond anew to this. This character has thus far seen 2 nights of adventuring, so do not be surprised.
Name: Geraldine (first time i've crossed genders in a dozen years too)
System: Incarna (2.0)
Primary Weapon: Court bow (light, low damage, low muscle needed)
Secondary Weapon: dagger (trying to gain familiarity)
In combat, shes more of a liability - as in has trouble hitting anything. God forbid that she EVER has to get in HTH combat. She'd just be a punching bag right now. I did have a rogue once who packed heavy weapons in order to look impressive and avoid fights (could not use the weapons). In this case, my mage is scrawny and weak so there's no fooling anyone.
How about it - any interesting NON FIGHTER characters out there?
Incarna; Role-Playing Game System
Running: 3+ campaigns set in single custom milieu world.
If everything needed to be taught in order to be learned nothing would be known.
This is far more fun than it has any right to be.
A warrior though, should have a primary weapon, secondary weapon, ranged weapon, and even a secret weapon if possible.
-Heinrich smiles. Cynthia smiles. Hermit attacks!
Sabre, Gladiator Template
Primary Weapon: Usually wields whatever weapon his last downed foe utilized (made a habit of killing people with their own favorite weapons)
(and in my characters case....)
Small daggar hidden in the handle.
Peace & Light
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"I drank what?" Socrates
Raphael half Centaur Warlock
Primary Weapon -- eldrich blast.
Secondary Weapon -- Light war hammer +1.
He has never used the thing as a weapon. Pounded tent stakes, knocked on giant doors. smashed the head of an undead that was already re-deaded, but never hit a live opponent. Why do 1d4+2 when you can dish 6d6, from over there?