The Temple of the Deathless Child serves as the palace of the child-god in the metropolis of Mzali. It is a tremendous structure, symmetrical across its northern axis and taking up about 7,150 square feet at ground level, and is located at the center of the city. The temple is home to hundreds of his most zealous followers, and it is defended by a variety of living and undead temple guardians. The exterior walls of its royal chamber are notched with arrow slits for defense.
Several exterior balconies serve as platforms for public addresses and prayers, and a space beneath the southern Balcony of the Noon is a public plaza frequently attended by Mzali's residents during lunch.