Classick idk if you're still looking at this, but I'm honestly wondering what was the thought process behind Nami's kit?
What was the thought process behind Nami's design? Why structure her kit like that? What does she bring to the support role that was missing, or could easily be banned out and need a second option? What niche is she filling?
As weird as it is, the kit feels pretty similar to Tarics, though a little less powerful. Taric has better CC, better sustain, a stronger burst rotation -- though Nami has the slow on her E and the R presence.
In your eyes, why do I pick Nami? Under what situations? Who is she ideal with? What makes Nami worth grabbing over any other support champion?
Edit: As a point of comparison, look at Janna vs. Lulu's kits. They are VERY similar, but they play radically different and sort of fulfill different niches but having overlap. For example, Janna is a shielder with a steroid which is ideal against AD champions that have a heal debuff -- Lulu also has a shield and a damage steroid. Janna has a slow, Lulu has a slow (skillshot vs. targeted, but Lulu's can hit multiple targets and doesn't "slow" Lulu); Lulu has a movement speed buff, Janna has her passive; Lulu has a silence/AA removal, Janna effectively accomplishes the same with her tornado (I recognize they aren't the same and this is a point of difference). Lulu has a large disruption ult, as does Janna.
If you want to pick Janna but don't have access to her, you can (in many situations) pick Lulu to satisfy the kit gaps you need, in spite of the fact these two champions play radically different. How does this exist with Nami? Does this exist with Nami? If it doesn't exist -- why doesn't it? With a kit that feels so "generic," is that a good thing or a bad thing if it doesn't exist?