|Man with the Rosette|
|Place of origin:||Gallifrey|
|First seen in:||The Adventuress of Henrietta Street|
The Man with the Rosette knew the Doctor before he had lost his memories. The Man was known to have tried to destroy the universe while the Doctor tried to save it. The Man and the Doctor "had all of time and space as [their] battlefield", and had many duels upon it.
After the destruction of Gallifrey, the Man travelled to Earth in the 18th century and sat with Scarlette in a pub during a brawl. He spoke with her about politics. He left before the Eighth Doctor arrived.
He later met Scarlette at the London docks, where he gave her a pair of rings for the Doctor's wedding. He attended the Doctor's wedding where he sat in the seat reserved for the Doctor's family. He did not interact with the other guests, but simply sat quietly, helping himself to the wine provided for him.
The Man left a wedding present for Scarlette: a fake rose of blue and white satin, which looked like no flower on Earth.
The Man later decided to meet the Doctor. As they stood on a hill, they talked about the state of the universe without Gallifrey in it. The Man told the Doctor that he would not fight him because there were only four Time Lords left in existence. He told the Doctor that Sabbath and his kind were now the future of the universe and quietly left.
The Man was present at the fall of the house on Henrietta Street, where he told Lisa-Beth that he was leaving. He speculated that if he couldn't find something to alleviate his boredom he would go to sleep until the universe was ready for him again, even if it took a million years. The Man then walked away from the house on Henrietta Street.
The Man with the Rosette had dark hair and spoke with an English accent. He was noted to be slim and of "distinguished middle age". He was clean shaven to emphasise his contrast to the Doctor, who had grown a beard. He wore a black shirt upon which he sported a blue and white rosette, signifying the colours of the Whig party. (PROSE: The Adventuress of Henrietta Street) He grew a beard after the Doctor had shaven his. (PROSE: The Gallifrey Chronicles)