She has a tendency to dress up in silly or unbelievable costumes in her more extreme cases of hypomania (which won't really manifest unless she stop taking her pills)
While at first she may look like a normal and mortal human being, she has a very interesting power. Her cells, when damaged, regenerate and duplicate themselves at a very accelerated pace, although this phenomenon seems to be linked to her emotional state in a major part. She will regenerate at a much slower rate if she's depressive, and at a much faster rate if she's happy or hypomanic.
She might be shot through the brain and yes, she'll be 'dead' for a few minutes, but soon enough, the cerebral tissue, bone and skin will have reformed and she'll wake up again. Of course, she might lose a few memories after the traumatic experience, but those are just side effects of reforming neurons and their connections. An important thing to know is that she might have a limb cut off, and it won't reform, so she'll have to grab the severed limb and press it against the stump in the original position, so it can be attached back to the body and she'll be able to use it once more.
Control Over Power:
Minimal, it depends on her current emotional state and willpower. With enough effort on her part (Biggest effort ever, considering her Mood Disorder doesn't let her control her mood), she might be able to control it someday.
Many aspects keep changing endlessly thanks to her Disorder, but generalizing... When hypomanic, she'll be happy, energetic, optimistic, productive, creative, flirty, hypersexual and most of all, kind of a jokester. When depressive, she'll shut herself off from social interaction most of the time, her creativity will mostly be gone, she can be cold (mean included) and will lack energy to bring herself to pursue her hobbies or even seduce someone.
Base personality traits are flirtatious, good humored and affective.
Aisha was born to an English couple in London, where they lived a normal life until she was ten years old, until they had to move out due to her parents finding better job opportunities in a south american country. They moved into Venezuela, a country that at the time was suffering political, social and economical turmoil. Sure, they were immigrants of the highest class, having all the luxuries they needed and all the security they would ever need. Aisha had to learn how to speak Spanish in order to make friends in the private school she assisted, and so she did.
When she turned 13 years old, she started pulling away from her parents for reasons unknown to them, and spending way more time with her friends and with boys she'd meet at school. Things seemed fine for a few months, until her usual cheery and energetic behaviour changed from night to morning into a sad and seemingly unchanging depressive one. No one ever knew what caused it, but after weeks of trying to cheer her up in subtle ways, her parents took her to the best psychologist they knew.
The results weren't nice, she had been diagnosed with Bipolar II Disorder, something uncommon in teenagers like Aisha, but still a lifelong mental disease. Of course that her parents didn't truly believe the first psychologist, and they visited another one, then another one, and so they ended up taking her to more than four professionals who all diagnosed her with the same Mood Disorder. That's when something broke inside them. Aisha never knew whether it was disappointment in the fact she had become crazy, or just plain disgust that their daughter wasn't completely sane. Such thoughts didn't help Aisha at all, and they led her to attempt suicide. Thankfully, she was caught by her mother just before she could hang herself by the neck, and instantly they took her to a psychiatrist, who administered her with some medicines that would supposedly help her greatly in stabilization.
They took a long time to really take effect... Such a long time, that she actually attempted suicide once more. This time, though, she made sure no one would catch her to try and stop her from cleansing the world of her pathetic existence. She hanged herself from the roof, but to her surprise, she didn't die. She was being choked, and she felt her throat burning and like she was about to die, but she didn't just die. For some reason she wasn't dying, and she had to retort to screaming as much as she could, which were just hoarse and quiet cries, for help. An hour later her mother found her again, and she freed her. From then on, no ropes were allowed into the house and no harmful item would be allowed near Aisha, even though she was 15. It took the medicine just a few weeks more to take effect.
Yes, the medicine did help. She hadn't attempted suicide in 3 years now, and the depressive stages weren't as bad now. She still had many problems of course, but the lithium pills she took every other night had helped her protect her own life and establish a more regular social life, though she still suffered from hyper sexuality rather often.
She was honestly surprised to have been accepted into an Academy like Vendace Halls, to the point she almost thought it was a joke, but now she accepts her luck and that her God is on her side, helping her all the time.