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The Patrex Chapter, also known as the Patrex House, (AUDIO: Neverland) was one of the six chapters on Gallifrey. (PROSE: The Ancestor Cell) Time Lords belonging to the chapter wore ceremonial robes of heliotrope. (TV: The Deadly Assassin)


The Patrexes (PROSE: Damaged Goods) or Patrexi (AUDIO: Ascension) were an order of artists and aesthetes, but they lacked any true imagination and were minor players in Time Lord politics. One of their duties included scanning into the future as far ahead as possible and were responsible for the creation of the N-Forms.

The Patrexes were educated at the Academy of the Patrexes (PROSE: Damaged Goods) at the Time Lord Academy. (PROSE: The Ancestor Cell)


The Patrexes and the Prydonians were the first two chapters to be gifted the power of regeneration by Rassilon. (AUDIO: Zagreus)

Members of the Patrex Chapter attended the 406th President's Resignation Day, dressed in their ceremonial heliotrope robes. (TV: The Deadly Assassin)

The position in the social hierarchy held by the six chapters - including the Patrex Chapter - was taken by six ruling houses during the War in Heaven. (PROSE: The Book of the War)

During the Last Great Time War, a Gallifreyan regiment existed called the Third Patrex Battalion. (AUDIO: Echoes of War)


Patrex students (PROSE: How to be a Time Lord)

Narvin (AUDIO: Ascension) was coordinator of the Celestial Intervention Agency. (AUDIO: Weapon of Choice, etc.)

Kurst was an Under-Assassin with the CIA. He was killed by the Neverpeople. (AUDIO: Neverland)

Theora was High Chancellor to President Romana. (PROSE: Lungbarrow) According to other accounts, however, the first Chancellor after Flavia's accession to the presidency was Braxiatel. (AUDIO: Lies, Pandora)

The Fourth Tamasan was part of the Third Patrex Battalion. (AUDIO: Echoes of War)

Djarshar was once a chancellor, and was contemptuous of the Prydonian chapter. (PROSE: The Ancestor Cell)

Tebediatroculozan, an Academy peer of the Doctor's, was one of the cleverest minds of their generation and wore the heliotrope robes of the Patrex Chapter. (PROSE: Seven Deadly Sins)

While the Doctor and the Master were Prydonians, their friend and classmate the Rani belonged to the Patrex Chapter. (PROSE: The Legacy of Gallifrey) According to a dream about his youth by the Fifth Doctor, all ten members of the Deca—his group of friends from the Academy which included the Rani—were Prydonians. (PROSE: Divided Loyalties)