page 46: Feature: Bushcraft -- "...food and water to feed [themselves] while being..." (revise 'themself'). Also on page 72.
page 48: Shapeshifting: capitalize Change Self.
page 50: Suggested Characteristics: "Many folks have turned away from you. Your disappointment in them..." (consider adding a period).
page 50: 1d8 Personality Trait: 1) capitalize Iron 'Pact'
page 53: Earth Bound: does your current Corruption total reduce your maximum hit points on a 1:1 basis? Or does it just incur damage to your existing hit points? Or both? This is similar question for the Undead feature.
page 56: Suggested Characteristics: uncapitalize Dwarves here.
page 62: Feature: Orator -- "If the enemy can hear and understand you, and you have spoken within 1 minute before combat begins, then those enemies..." (consider adding commas).
page 63: Suggested Characteristics: "...to prevent disaster tomorrow. As you gain knowledge of the world outside the forest, will you remain..." (consider removing the But at sentence start, same on page 66).
page 68: Suggested Characteristics: "You are a goblin as they should have always been: wild, free, and able to do anything you wish." (consider adding colon).
page 73: Close to the Earth: "You also know the current phase of the moon, and the number of days until the next solstice or equinox." (consider removing 'to the day at any time'?)
page 76: Merchant: "These are the merchants of Ambria, and even some of the clanfolk..." (consider adding comma).
page 78: Feature: Practical Knowledge: if the new task is a skill check, do you roll an Intelligence ability check against a pre-determined DC, pass, and then gain advantage on the original skill check? Or does your Intelligence ability check, made at advantage, replace the need to roll for the new task skill check? Maybe some clarification here would be good.
page 84: Feature: Routine Punishment -- "You have been in many scrapes over the years and lost your fair share of conflicts, but you always got back up - every time" (removes the But at sentence start).
page 89: Suggested Characteristics: consider a sentence revision? "The world seems both exciting and frightening: you are split between the comforts of home and the thrill of exploration." -or- "The world seems both exciting and frightening; you are homesick one minute, and full of wanderlust the next".
Looking awesome so far! Very excited!