Just read through it. I think there are a couple points of contention, for one if I recall, Alan said that he was purebred and descended from the original line of Beastmen, while all other Beastmen in Anima City were impure (source needed). The Shirou part is a little speculative, I don't necessarily disagree with the information you presented.
I think we should do more digging on how to distinguish Alan from the other beastmen in Anima City. Because it does seem like the Sylvasta family is special.
Hmm, I supposed I should change it from "also infused with souls of his fellow Nirvasyl beastmen citizens (some of which were plausibly his loved ones)" to "also somehow carry souls of his fellow Nirvasyl beastmen citizens (some of which were plausibly his loved ones) within him" instead to make it sounds better.
As for regular beastmen section, that'll have to wait.
I think it's possible, but Little Witch Academia is more likely to crossover with BNA because they're both works of Yoshinari. There's also several LWA easter eggs in BNA, and I haven't seen any KLK ones yet.
If you're talking about the episode navigation box, @CrazyBob copied and pasted a template from another wiki that had a Pt 1 and a Pt 2 (I think from Little Witch Academia). I haven't had the time to change it yet, but please delete the distinction because there's only a Season 1 of 12 episodes for BNA.
Shoud we add a trivia to the Episodes page, i think that it might be a good idea, but is your call alright:
The series takes place in 2021, according to Michuru's card in episode 3.
The concept of the show seems similar to the game series Bloody Roar, as having characters that can turn into animals, humanity is against them, live in a city far away from them and there is a conspiracy that seek to experiment with them.
According to Nakashima, Beastman are actually humans who can transform into animals.
The show will last for three months, as most animes do.
I'm not too entirely sure. 大神 is the kanji and in Hepburn romanization is Ōgami or Ougami from what I've read. Then again, I'm not a Japanese speaker and have seen Oogami used for the same characters too. When we first wrote that page, Ogami seemed like the correct spelling but Asenshi releases have been using Oogami.
Same thing with Barbaray/Barbara/Barbarei, Marissa/Melissa, and Mari/Marie. Which names do you think should be used?
Okay I talked with a few bilingual people and I think we're going to switch to the Oogami spelling now. Ōgami without the mark over the 'o' should be spelled Oogami.
I'm busy the next few days but if you want to start tackling the name change, be my guest.