I've got to get him entered into the system here, but the character I would like to submit is a fighter, Rolf "the pacifist", who usually works as a caravan guard. Some "Rolfisms":
"When I call myself a pacifist people look at me funny and then point out the armor I'm wearing and all the weapons I'm carrying. They seem to think that I am lying to them. But nevertheless it is true. I don't like violence. I just happen to be good at it and it pays well."
"Violence usually doesn't solve anything. Unless you're good at it."
"Those who would want me to temporarily abandon my pacifism for mere filthy lucre had better have a lot of filthy lucre."
Rolf will usually use a spiked chain in combat because it gives him advantages when trying to disarm and trip people, thus potentially winning fights without having to kill people. When working as a guard on a caravan that has an established route and visits the same places on a regular basis, one doesn't want to go killing people in bar fights and other assorted minor altercations in towns and inns along the way. That leads to blood feuds and loss of business for the caravan that hired the guard. However, if the caravan gets jumped by raiders/bandits in the middle of nowhere then that's a different sort of problem. The best means of demonstrating the value of pacifism to caravan raiders may very well be to kill them all and let the Gods handle it. At the very least it demonstrates the problems involved with resorting to violence if you're not good at it