Starting HP: 1/3 Con
Fighting Spirit: You get +3 FS per level
Starting Equipment: Sword (balanced), chain shirt, Recurve Bow, Arrows (20)
Training Regiment: You level up by killing. They track individual kills for their weapons, but also their overall kills. When they hit a certain number, they level up.
Notches: Keep track of all the Kills you get with each of your weapons. When you get Ten, Twenty, Thirty, or Fifty kills with one of them, roll on the Notches table.
River of Blood: After you kill an enemy, you may take an action to chop off their head, split their skull and gulp down some of their cerebral-spinal fluid, or cut out their heart and take a bite, etc. This gives you a +1 damage bonus for the rest of the fight, up to a maximum of +5.
Careful Aim: Instead of taking make an attack, you can instead spend your turn aiming, giving you an additional +1 to attack per turn spent aiming. If you are damaged while aiming, you must save or lose your bonuses.
Explosion: Whenever you roll for damage for a successful attack, you may roll again. If the new roll is less than or equal to the original roll's base damage, you may add it to the damage done. If it is higher, you may use that as the damage your attack dealt, and ignore the first roll. You may do this once per day per weapon.
Wager: You can take a -1 to-hit penalty for a +1 damage bonus.
Storm of Steel: 1*Cha mod times per day, while in combat, on successful attack, you can choose to roll a d20 to determine how many bonus attacks you can do against that one target. Each additional attack requires a roll.
Called Attack: Take an action and declare who you are going to attack next round. Get -4 to AC until you next turn. You get +2 to hit if you make the attack you called out and if you do hit, all enemies must immediately check morale or get receive a penalty equal to your level to hit you. This penalty lasts for the rest of the fight.
Cleave: Whenever you reduce an enemy to 0 hp, you may make a new attack with that weapon.
Vengeance: Whenever an enemy damages you in melee combat, you may immediately make an attack against them as a free action.
Hand of God: If you remove 50% or more of an opponent's HP/HD in one attack, they must immediately save vs death. On a failure, they go into shock and have a heart attack. If left untended, they will die in 1d6 minutes.