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An Industrial World is a type of planet of the Imperium of Man whose surface is devoted wholly to manufacturing or heavy mining and refining activities. These worlds have surprisingly sparse populations in relation to Hive Worlds or Forge Worlds, as most of the labour is done using machines and other forms of advanced automation. Those Industrial Worlds whose primary function is mining and refining are usually blessed with an unusually abundant reserve of highly strategic minerals in order to justify the expense of the investments in technology, labour and other resources.
Notable Industrial WorldsEdit
|Endymion Prime||Segmentum Ultima||Endymion Cluster||Unknown||Endymion System||Approx. 1,100,000,000|
|Vostroya||Segmentum Obscurus||Unknown||Unknown||Vostroya System||Approx. 9,300,000,000|
- Codex Imperialis (1st Edition), pg. 9
- Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader (1st Edition), pg. 134
- Crucible of War (Anthology), "Warp Spawn," by Matt Ralphs
- Farseer (Novel) by William King
- Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate (Board Game), "Target of Opportunity: Nomanus"
|General||Dead World • Death World • Desert World • Ice World • Jungle World • Ocean World •|
|Imperium||Adeptus Astartes Homeworld • Agri-World • Cardinal World • Cemetery World • Civilised World • Feral World • Feudal World • Forbidden World • Forge World • Fortress World • Hive World • Industrial World • Knight World • Mining World • Paradise World • Penal World • Research Station • Shrine World|
|Xenos||Craftworld • Crone World • Exodite World • Maiden World • Ork World • Tau Empire • Tomb World • Xenos World|