Thank you very much for taking the time to read the Lore and comment HeroicLegend =^.^=
I'm glad that it sounds like you enjoyed it.
One of the biggest points I wanted to make when making this lore was that Shia is innocent. She never does anything wrong, yet is treated differently and she feels the need to change because of that. Yet, I didn't want her to feel angry or want vengeance. Did not want her to become a big ball of hate. Instead she managed to change her appearance (well, using her doppel at least) to fit in and now enjoys her life in her small town. This was also to be different than many of the other champions that seem to be scorned and angry (like Diana, love her much, but she has issues).
The other point is on Kassadin. Since he is one of the 5 champions that have something to do with the Void, I decided on him in the story. It was either Kassadin or Malhazar. If Malhazar found Shia first, I could see him playing with her emotions and using them to cause Shia to want revenge on the world, an ending I did not want. Kassadin on the other hand is the only human to be affected by the Void, yet retain some sanity. I felt that Kassadin, while having a great enmity toward anything from the Void, he was not unreasonable as to strike out at anything without thinking. This hopefully would give Shia time to tell her story while his blade is halted. Also, Kassadin seems as if his mind is still fighting against the Void's influence. That and his daughter being kidnapped by Malhazar and tossed in the Void. Both of those things may cause him to try and find a more permanent way to keep the Void out of ones mind. Shia, being from the Void, yet not under its influence, he could perhaps glean information on how she naturally keeps it at bay... Kassadin, since he is already part of the League, allowed me to give a real reason for Shia to join the League as well.
Well, now I'm rambling again. Those where just some of the thoughts I had while making the last 7 revisions of Shia's lore.