Ket has always been the meeting point of the Bakluni and Oeridian peoples. The older Bakluni traditions have gained a more cosmopolitan flavour through long-term cultural contact.
Cultural contact naturally includes war. Over the centuries Ket and its substantial neighbours Veluna and Keoland have met on the battlefield innumerable times. Both sides consider the other to have distorted morals, while the lands regularly caught between them tend not to make that much of a distinction.
Aesthetically Ket resembles Byzanthium.
Ket is ruled by the assertive and stubborn traditionalist Beygraf Zoltan from The Ivory Court in Lopolla.