Here are six Advanced Fighting Fantasy character sheets of Magic the Gathering creatures. Three of them are common creatures and so I have built them from scratch. The other three are legendary creatures and so I have given them 750 experience points worth of skills, spells and abilities on top of their starting stats. I have used my conversion table and have tried to stick faithfully to it, but it doesn't work with toughness - stamina conversions.
You can find the files here.
Here ability revolves around finding other legends so I have her skills in leadership, con and etiquette. She is also an accomplished ship's captain and scout so I have given her sea lore, awareness and world lore.
Ertai, Wizard Adept
His ability revolves around countering spells, so I have put most of his points into magic and spells that either directly disrupt other wizards' spellcasting (such as counterspell) or indirectly (such as tongue twister, pucker and restrain). The stamina was a problem here. In AFF, you start with a stamina of 8, which translates to a toughness of 2, so I lowered it in return for 15 extra experience points.
Kahmal, Pit Fighter
I have given him a high skill (which would reflect his power) and combat reflexes (which reflects his haste). His damage dealing ability is reflected in his sorcery spells. I can imagine Kamahl using ZAP and HOT on his enemies while smiting them with his sword. I think his low toughness can be explained by the fact that he is using his stamina draining spells on his opponents.
I have given this creature the knighted talent (obviously) and given him the skills that 14th century knights would learn. His conversion was pretty straightforward. Another stamina problem, which I ignored in this case.
Another straightforward conversion where I make him a cleric with the healing power. Another stamina problem, which I ignored in this case.
Since these warriors are unblockable, I gave them sneak, hide and locks skills. Since they are pirates, I gave them sea lore and fishing skills. Another stamina problem, which I ignored in this case.