- Nami was designed by Classick.
- Nami was originally going to be named after Classick as "Romlariel", but this was decided against.
- The name "Šablóna:W" (波) has several different meanings in Japanese, but is commonly translated as "wave," as in ocean waves.
- Nami's concept is inspired by the mermaid, a mythical creature, typically related to the sea.
- The tiny sharks in Nami's joke are visually similar to the Šablóna:W board game Let's Go Fishin'.
- Nami's lore draws some parallels with the Šablóna:W series, where the safety of a fictional utopia was owed to the power of "sunstones".
- As part of the story, the last of the sunstones were dying and the only known remaining supply resided beneath the ocean.
- Nami's ability, Šablóna:Ai, is a reference to the movement of water, often in relation to natural tides.
- Nami's passive ability, Šablóna:Ai, was originally named "Celerity".
- Nami's first ability, Šablóna:Ai, was originally named "Hydro Blast".
- Nami's second ability, Šablóna:Ai, was originally named "Surging Tides", which is now the name of her passive, Šablóna:Ai.
- Nami's third ability, Šablóna:Ai, was originally named "Aqueous Empowerment".
- Šablóna:Csi eyes were originally red in her classic art but was later changed to orange-yellow.
- Šablóna:Csi is a reference to the Šablóna:W of the same name.
- When Koi Nami does her joke, three Šablóna:W are called out during the animation instead of three tiny sharks.
- Koi Nami has koi fish animations applied to all of her skills except Aqua Prison.
- Nami's quotes, "Let the seas reclaim them.", and, "We are all tied to the ocean.", are references to the theory that all life came from the ocean.
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