|Dorin the Doorkeeper Knight: a playtest character who dumped all of his points into Toughness.
In 2001 one of my friends at the YMCA afterschool daycare invented a pen & paper game called Battle Borgs. At the time we were spending a lot of time playing various RPG and monster collecting games on our GameBoy colors, as well as making lots of drawings and labeling them. Battle Borgs essentially combined those to pastimes into a single game. You drew your character, wrote down their stats and three attacks, and then battled your friends with them.
With respect to Nathan E, it didn't work very well. We never figured out a way to solve first-turn advantage and were very conservative about deviating any character's stats from the basic template, so the way to win every match was to go first, hit your opponent a couple of times with your basic attack, and then finish them off with your ultimate. Still, I can still remember all of our Borgs: Mattsum, who switched his flags with pictures of axes on them into axes with little flags on them. Sandsum, who blasted people with sand. Gryndlewing, a butterfly with sharp wings. Saber, who was fast but weak. The anime fire knight Ayen and brother the dark knight Raymen. Skug the snail, with his fearsome Head Bump attack. Smett Mess, whose hands were so big he could slap people's heads off. Smett Tippy, an upside-down Christmas tree who spun very fast to fling ornaments at people.
In 2017 I wrote a second edition of the game. Here it is!