Originally Posted by Dasani
Keep in mind your team comp can be deadly, but if you play like a decroded piece of **** then its not gonna matter
This could be said for any team comp really
Originally Posted by EchoRex
I could see Olaf being a key ban, he has the capability to win every trade with Kennen, especially post level six. Nasus top would also hurt depending on how he is played, AP Heavy Hybrid or Life Steal stack would be painful.
Would also rely on the other team banning Shaco and Rammus so as to not just stomp on the lanes. Trundle or Mundo would be a pain in the ass also for how those lanes would have to position to zone/kill.
Map control would be huge with double melee bottom lane. So Teemo would be another painful pick to face.
No real hard burst from any lane, so assassin type champions of any sort would quickly turn at fight against this comp mid game.
Olaf might be ban worthy, but Kennen's mobility and lack of a mana bar should mean he can at least break even if not outright win the lane (depending on how good he is at dodging Undertow). There should be no way a Kennen would lose his lane to a Nasus.
Wouldn't really rely on the other team wasting bans on champs that aren't worth banning. The worst case scenario would be someone banning Kennen (the only likely ban candidate on the team). None of the other champs are generally popular or played enough to worry about losing them, and you have a few possible options for your jungle too.
Top has burst and stuns provided Kennen can hit skillshots. Mid has low burst but heavy, heavy harrass and a swap/slow that can screw over people hard. Bot lane has a ton of burst - if you think it doesn't then you have never seen a properly executed Jarvan Leona lane. It's terrifying. Throwing a jungler with CC and strong early ganks into the mix and you should have easy ganks in every lane except maybe mid pre-6. Assassin types wouldn't be an especial threat since every champ in the team is either beefy in some way or another, or highly mobile.
This is of course, all speculative on my part at the moment. And it does assume that each lane is played correctly with the enemy team refusing or being slow to adapt to what's going on. So yeah.