The Knight weapon group needs another weapon, it's the only weapon group with 4 weapons while the others have 5.
Weapon groups aren't a thing anymore. The current plan is for there to be weapon proficiencies for individual weapons which won't raise accuracy but will provide additional options for using them (previously mentioned examples include a savage attack modal for greatswords, a vulnerable attack modal for estocs, and a modal to wield pistols as clubs, afair; see https://www.reddit.c..._1h05m/dd867io/ for details).
One thing I'd like to see is the introduction of faction antipathy-based quest talents (similar to Faction wrath-based abilities in Tyranny) for those moments when you really and truly screw over one faction or another.
I'd also like to see reputations that aren't necessarily tied to disposition or faction/town relationships. For example, you might become infamous as a poisoner if you use lots of it in combat (especially in cities, where the corpses you leave behind are more likely to be seen/studied), a despoiler of Engwythan ruins, a pyromaniac if you use lots of fire spells/explosives, a habitual drug user (particularly since we have a subclass that is defined by its drug use), a trafficker/liberator of slaves, etc. Such reputations could probably be binary as opposed to ranked and may be niche enough to not require too much in terms of reactivity throughout the game while still adding a bit of spice to particular quests/interactions.
The game should also address potential hazards or implications of the Watcher's glimpses into others' lives a bit more. There are several instances where the narrative suggest that you're oblivious to the living world while you're experiencing more involved flashbacks of others' lives, but this always occurs during moments where you've yet to encounter or have more or less resolved any nearby threats; if the Watcher's as out of it as he/she seems during these moments, it seems like a waste not to get some tension out it at least once (maybe tie it to a Perception/Resolve check to see if you can effectively respond in the grip of a vision or something).