|Previous Affiliation:||Security Administration Agency|
|Japanese Voice:||Miyuki Sawashiro|
Aisha is a Kodiak Bear
Others often mistake her to be a arrogant or aloof person.
Personality and Traits
Aisha is a young woman who immediately gives off an air of elegance and coldness, which maker her rather difficult to approach as she tends to distance herself from others and act alone. While she might look calm at first, in reality she's a sort of analytical, competitive hothead. On the surface, she looks aloof and even arrogant, something backed up by her emotionless face, seeming more secluded from everyone. She is very intelligent and athletic, and her ability to read others' intentions proves itself to be essential at times.
However, that is shown to be a misconception as Aisha is earnest, friendly, and helpful, even heroic. She has a penchant for helping others, even strangers, to the point she is incapable of rejecting them, and is often labeled naive for that fact. She is capable of forgiving just about anyone, including people who have deeply wronged her, and help them atone.
Although others are often intimidated by her ever-serious, even scary, expression, Aisha usually develops a happier demeanor the closer she is to someone. As Shūji often helps Aisha with her cases, she somewhat acts as his mentor and is always giving him some kind of advice, and she is not against aiding her other friends as well, even if she can come off as harsh or detached during certain situations. She is one to expect great results out of her teammates and stimulate them to be more ambitious, as well as to follow a more strict routine of training.
A person of intense emotions, she will cry if she's sad and celebrate if she's happy or pleased. Aisha is very fierce, rough, and tough enough to keep up with others, not only in terms of strength, but of her abrasive, upfront personality. She is not one to meddle with people she does not like, nor even look at them in the eye. She is blunt and gruff, lacking any sort of gentleness or delicacy. She also enjoys war and the thrill of fighting, and it is actually one of the reasons why she decided to join the SAA.
Aisha has a wild imagination in which she tends to fabricate impossibly happy or peaceful scenarios, and she also has a notable tendency to talk to herself.
She later feels incredibly guilty about her actions, to the point she refuses to be happy.