So what does an experienced Fantasy Hero character look like. here's my example. The following Character is Lord Morvath Broadwing. I was a member of L, Douglas Garrett's Fantasy Hero Play test, that ran for years at his house in Sunnyvale CA at the time. In the first cycle I played Shiro the Samurai, for about a year. When the rules were finally released, there was a time jump of about 15-20 years campaign time. As it was, the world was, by necessity a "Kitchen Sink" world. However, being an L. D. G. campaign the geopolitics, and power dynamics were intricate. The game at the time was anywhere between 12, to 22 Players, usually around 18, and consisted of several of the Hero Games employees at the time.
Because of the efforts of one of the players in the first cycle of the game, his God, Keoshin, had become a large popular movement, and had wiped out a couple of the monarchies in the northern reaches, one specifically Davria, which had been an early thorn in the side in the early parts of phase one of the campaign. So in the early part of the Second phase, the Party headed east into the desert lands of Caliphistan. I had recently lost a character in a fight, but came up with an idea of playing a notorious Daviran noble expat, living in far distant Caliphistan, and working as a gunsmith. But he had more than a few secrets. I discussed with Doug one of those secrets, shape shifter. Doug thought it was interesting, but said that I could not buy the full amount, and would have to use XP to finish building it out. This is the original sheet:
This is the basic character, and the Multiform was at 67 of it's required 79 points. The sheet shows 18 XP, At this point, Morvath was brought into the party as a line fighter, and a gunsmith.
Later he was able to purchase his Multiform , and the party realized "Oh.... he was that dragon..."(See his disads, and had a rep of massive destruction against Davria's enemies). But since he was still useful to the party's goals he continued with them, as they moved Eastward. The Dragon got a lot of work out as the party's goals expanded into the politics of the region. here's the Dragon:
So after a few years the character bought off some disads, bought a lot of skills and levels, validating the observation that High Level Fantasy Hero characters tend to progress like Champions Martial Artists. This is the latest sheet of the character.
I had way too much fun with this character, and I have used him as an NPC in my FH campaigns. Hopefully this character has been a useful example.