It was unsurprising that the loveless Mafalda found her passing her days alone in an old, forgotten temple. She hoped the loneliness would extinguish the flames once and for all, however, the complete solitude has the opposite effect, instead filling her with seething emotions. As the fires continued to build, Mafalda could only pray they brought about her incineration as well.
See Smoldering Mafalda.
Mafalda is an Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish variant form of the English, Italian, Portuguese, and Scandinavian feminine name Matilda of Old German origin. Derived from the Germanic name Mahthildis meaning "strength in battle", from the elements maht "might, strength" and hild "battle".