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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

Planet Name Segmentum Sector Sub-Sector System Population
Endymion Prime Segmentum Ultima Endymion Cluster Unknown Endymion System Approx. 1,100,000,000
Kallista Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknonw
Nomanus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknonw
Vostroya Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Vostroya System Approx. 9,300,000,000
Vrantis III Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknonw


  • 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 WorldDeath WorldDesert WorldIce WorldJungle WorldOcean World
Imperium Adeptus Astartes HomeworldAgri-WorldCardinal WorldCemetery WorldCivilised WorldFeral WorldFeudal WorldForbidden WorldForge WorldFortress WorldHive WorldIndustrial WorldKnight WorldMining WorldParadise WorldPenal WorldResearch StationShrine World
Chaos Daemon World
Xenos CraftworldCrone WorldExodite WorldMaiden WorldOrk WorldTau EmpireTomb WorldXenos World

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