Ghet is the second born into a clan of powerful clerics. While his brother, Darith, being the eldest got all the attention from his clan Ghet was left to train and learn the ways of the cleric on his own. Ghet became a skilled cleric on his own with some aid from his brother, coming up with new spell and his own code to live by. Even after many examples of his talent, Ghet was shown the same amount of attention as his brother, forcing him to become more and more estranged from his clan. One day there was a religious war between Ghet’s clan and a another clan. Not being old enough to fight Ghet was told to stay home while his brother was sent of to fight. During the battle Darith was killed and Ghet blamed himself for his death since he wasn’t allowed to fight with him. Grieving, Ghet was told by his parents to pray to their deity for his brother in the afterlife. Ghet didn’t feel like this was enough so he looked into “the spells of the damned”, an ancient type of magic forbidden by his clan, for ways others way to console himself. During his studies, he read an ancient scripture depicting a deity, Guul, and god of death and rebirth. He attempted a ritual depicted in the text he read that said would bring his brother back from the dead. The ritual proved advanced then what he prepared himself for and ended up almost dying before the ritual was complete. Guul spared this young cleric’s life, in return he had to serve him and spread the word or his power. So, Ghet left his home to become powerful enough to bring his brother back and to serve Guul to keep up his end of the bargain for saving his life.
Ghet prefers to stay away from people unless he feels like they could help him in his quest. He is a fairly negative person because of his past. Ghet will live by the code he set up with Guul and his brother no matter what. He sometimes has “conversations” with Guul in his head about what he should do to get the power to bring his brother back which has led people to believe that he is cursed. The mater of the fact is the he views this as a blessing, with Guul he has a direct line to his Darith and the knowledge both his brother and Guul possess to help him in his quest.