I’m not sure if this is finished or not, but I’m going to take the liberty of looking it over either way.
Overall a great job. I see only a few tidbits that really poke my eyes out. The rest is just a bunch of suggestions, so don’t be frightened by the length of this. Appearance:
Appearance seems alright, length-wise. You covered most, if not all of the major points. However, I do have a little issue with the way you imagined your klavden.
He is largely furred
His fur is about like that of a shorthair cat, covering him but not overly long.
The klavden are not actually all covered in fur. They have fur on their tail, heads, ears and etcetera, but most of the body is still just skin. Definitely edit that in his appearance.
Aside from that, it’s usually a better idea to describe the character’s posture and body type/build, rather than just stating how much they weigh. It helps other players visualize better. Languages:
Considering that Slarin grew up in Drasign, wouldn’t it make more sense that he knows Charruk better than the other two languages? Just a thought there.Strengths and Weaknesses:
These two are alright as they are, though I would suggest adding more to both. I know its hard to make up strengths and weaknesses for non-magical characters, but there are things (perhaps more mundane ones) that can give the character an edge or take it away from him.
Not too sure what to suggest here, other than expanding upon his personality (how much it hinders him in society, whether it hinders or helps his work. Maybe he’s intimidating, which could help him in some instances while hindering him in other?)
Perhaps his skills may be a bit obvious (if a person carries knives and a sword around, they would know how to use them, no?), but his swordsmanship and knife-throwing-man…ship (I honestly doubt that’s a good phrase for that, but eh) could easily be added to his strengths.
Expanding upon how and why he can’t acquire money could also yield a few good weaknesses and/or strengths.History:
This isn’t a must, but you might want to add Drasign to his culture, considering he grew up in that empire. On the flipside though, because he grew up on the streets, its a question whether or not he’d be considered a citizen (especially since he doesn’t have multiple last names like regular Drasillian have - implying that he has been cast out of the society, or never was in it to begin with). Could be either-or, really.