In Swahili, the name Aisha defines "she who lives." In Arabic, "living" or "alive."
In Japanese, the word "Ai(愛)" means "love" and the suffix "Sha(舎)" means "company" or "business."
In life, she's all of the above and more bundled up into the most beautiful, loving, full of life girl I have ever known and the best friend I have ever had. That one hour to see her smile was worth the while, but when it comes down to it, with her in my arms, I'd be set for life.
a. It was normal at that time for girls to marry at that age, if they have reached the age of puberty. That can be testified by studying history.
b. No one at that time, including the enemies of the Prophet, used that excuse to attack his character.
c. Someone proposed to Aisha and was turned down before the Prophet proposed.
As any unbiased person can see, if we want to judge that marriage we need to put in its historical and social context. It is unfair to apply contemporary Western criteria to something which happened 14 centuries ago in a different culture.
It's the once-powerful mage of Elrios.
The light path. High Mage to Elemental Master, the most hard working and the most magical.
The dark path. Dark Mage to Void Princess, who hates Angkor because he gave her revealing clothes.
The Newbie's path. Battle Mage to Dimension Witch. An excuse for a mage.
Dark Mage: Can't beat me~
Battle Mage:Prepare to meet magical girl Aisha! (She actually says that)
Elemental Master:*closes book and a trail of magic ice specks appear* Don't go too hard on me...
Void Princess: Come on!
Dimension Witch: Same as BM lol...
Base Aisha: Hahaha! You don't have a chance!