The possibilities with that character are endless, who else can save a marina from malignant water spirits?
So far I've only powergamed an Elven prodigy.
You may or may not remember about the priority system for creating a character where you get attributes (str, agi etc), skills, race, magic and resources. Then you assign each of those a priority from A-E. Magic has to be either A or B to be used, if not then E. Race is E if human, D if Orc or Dwarf and C if Elf or Troll. The rest can be put anywhere those 2 slots aren't taken.
Anyway to powergame the system I assigned them in order of Attributes, Magic, Race(Elf), Skills, Resources which made for a character who always has at the very minimum 4 dice to roll for each test thanks to the high attributes and use sorcery instead of skill checks for a few things and when combat starts, 4 points in pistols, rifles and edged weapons should be enough to reliably land hits.
I'd never use the character, just wanted to see what could be done with the system. Even with powergaming, the character still will have a really tough time if he gets infected with anything or needs to pierce armour or hack or blow anything up due to low resource priority which means I couldn't afford good living space to help recover or any decent equipment other than a burst fire pistol, knife, armour and cellphone.