In the steaming-hot ruins of Mzali, the word of the Child-God Walkena is law — and it is the all-knowing shamans of his faith that bring the word of Walkena to the people. If the measure of a god’s might can be judged by the swiftness with which he answers prayers or with which he metes out punishment to those who disobey him, then surely Walkena must be counted as the most potent of deities — the rocks themselves cry out, and the waters boil, and the skies tremble in the hallowed presence of the Child-God and his advisors. Those favored of these shamans prosper in all regards, from skill on the battlefield to trade in the marketplace, while those who displease Walkena are staked out in the deserts for the Punishment of Seven Angry Suns. This sprawling metropolis has few permanent structures without some religious significance.
While not within Sargava’s borders as the colonials would recognize, Mzali serves as the opposite pole to Eleder’s civilizing influence, vying for control of Sargava Mwangi natives. Ruled by a cult from the Screaming Jungle, Mzali lobbies for its brethren within Kalabuto to join with it as it steps up its attacks on Kalabuto’s colonials. Reports from the jungle claim that the Mzali honor the mummified remains of a Mwangi child — a child that some whisper is impossibly alive and somehow directing the Mzali campaign against Kalabuto.
Sources: Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Guide