Day 4 brings me to the first game I ever bought, Fantasy Games Unlimited Chivalry & Sorcery by Ed Simbalist and Wilf Backhaus. It's been one of my favorite games for over forty years and I did a write up of it here several years ago so I'll let you follow the link rather than repeating the text in this post. I've written a fair number of posts over the years about or referencing the game.
I will say the mechanics are kind of kludgely and after spending 2020 doing solo-play with it off and on, I'm probably done with most of the game system mechanics. Other systems are just more streamlined. With that said, it is still, after four decades on my shelf, one of my go to books for world and campaign design.
Character creation would take me about two hours - if I hadn't wrote my own Google Sheets character generator.
Name: Aquila Heyworth
The only calculated value in this section is Charisma and his is through the roof due to his Appearance (helped by his Dexterity, Bardic Voice, Intelligence and Wisdom. His Strength is the cherry on top as people have a lot of respect for someone who can tear them apart.