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"And this land shall be yours, that you shall be its masters and its peoples bow down to you."
The Charter of Founding of the Red Talons Space Marine Chapter, by the hand of High Lord Hanikhas
Space Marine Chapter Galaxy Map2

Departmento Cartographicae Galaxy Map depicting known Space Marine Chapter Homeworlds

A Space Marine Chapter Homeworld is an Imperial planetological classification for a world that serves as a base for a Space Marine Chapter's fortress-monastery. For some Chapters the world also serves as their sole recruiting world; other Chapters draw their recruits from several planets. A "Chapter planet" is an Astartes world which is both governed by the Chapter as a feudal possession of the Imperium of Man and which serves as the base for their fortress-monastery. Astartes homeworlds may be Imperial planets, while some are not planets at all, but take the form of orbiting spacecraft, space stations, deserted moons or asteroids. The Master of the Chapter is often also the traditional feudal ruler of the Chapter planet, in which case the Chapter Master also holds the rank of Planetary Governor and Imperial Commander. Many Astartes homeworlds are Death Worlds, Feral Worlds and Feudal Worlds, whose societies provide the best warriors. Not all Space Marine Chapters have a single homeworld; some Chapters such as the Imperial Fists, Black Templars and Blood Ravens take their Aspirants from several different worlds. Fleet-based Chapters do not possess homeworlds, and instead recruit from any convenient and promising worlds they pass near in the course of their duties. Several Space Marine Chapters guilty of crimes against the Emperor (but those still deemed redeemable by the Inquisition and the High Lords of Terra), such as the Mantis Warriors and Executioners, have been forced to forfeit their homeworlds - which requires them to become completely Fleet-based Chapters.

Space Marine Chapter Homeworld Varients

The worlds of the Imperium are categorised according to a staggering range of factors, but can be divided into the loosely-defi ned groupings listed here. Most Space Marine Chapters maintain their Fortress-Monastery on the same world they recruit from, but this is not always the case. While the Space Wolves recruit exclusively from Fenris, for example, where they also maintain their Fortress-Monastery called the Fang, the Crimson Fists reside on the Civilised World of Rynn’s World but recruit from other planets in the region.

Hive World

Viable planets are an invaluable asset to the Imperium, and ones with large amounts of natural and desirable resources are ruthlessly exploited. Vast populations grow or are imported to service the industry that such resources spawns. The world’s occupants are packed into industrial centres called hive-cities so that as much of the surface remains as accessible as possible and the workforce can be controlled and focused to maximum effect. The rulers of the Imperium care nothing for the quality of their workers’ lives, only that quotas are met and output remains constant. Inevitably, in such an environment large sections of the population fall to destitution and anarchy, and while the forges and manufactoria are ruthlessly managed, vast areas of these cities are often abandoned to misrule and neglect as new ones are built. Amongst the undercities, lawless gangs fight for control, and from their numbers new Space Marine Aspirants are often recruited (typically forcibly).

Space Marines residing on a Hive world are likely to maintain their Fortress-Monastery apart from the great bulk of the population. Some may construct their base at the very highest levels of the hive-city, in rearing spires, but most are likely to claim an isolated region far out in the polluted wastes. Aside from the ready source of recruits afforded by the hive-cities, the Chapter has access to a nigh-unending source of munitions, and it is likely that the master of each city is required by ancient law to provide the chapter with a tithe of its industrial output in return for the protection the Chapter’s presence affords.

Feral World

Feral worlds are those planets colonised eons ago, long before the Age of Imperium, which subsequently regressed to atavistic barbarism due to extended periods of isolation or other, less predictable factors. In a galaxy-spanning empire that harnesses the most powerful of technologies, the spear and the axe remain perhaps the most common weapon, for masses of worlds fall into this category, perhaps even more than any other type. With resources focused on key strategic worlds, there is no reason to spare the effort to “civilise” the natives of the numerous Feral worlds. In many cases doing so would deprive the Imperium of a truly invaluable asset, for Feral worlders are by definition amongst the toughest and most accomplished it is possible to recruit. As a result, many Space Marine Chapters make their homes on such worlds, close to the source of its recruits.

A Space Marine Chapter based on a Feral world is likely to maintain a distance from the populace, with its Fortress-Monastery located on a distant and inaccessible island or high atop a mountain range. The Blood Angels’ Chapter keep is located on one of its home world’s moons, while the Mortifactors’ is a starfort in orbit high above. In most cases, the savagery of the tribes from which the Chapter recruits is tempered by the training, indoctrination and psycho-conditioning imposed on its Neophytes, but in some cases the Chapter is very much shaped by the character of the population, inheriting not only its warlike qualities but many of its unique cultural mores.

Death World

Death worlds are planets so inimitable to life that unless they harboured some essential resource Mankind would have no reason to set foot on them at all. Though no single terrain type defines this class of world, many are swathed in jungles populated by carnivorous plants as dangerous as any predatory beast, where even the air itself is poisonous. Most Death worlds are impossible to settle, for every single living thing in them appears motivated to expel any intruders as if ruled by some overarching and utterly malicious intelligence. A tiny proportion have been settled, but life there is a daily, even hourly struggle for survival where one false step spells death at the slavering maw of some hideous Death world predator. The sort of cultures that spawn people able to reach maturity in such a place are amongst the most valuable recruiting grounds for the Space Marines, for the mere fact of surviving to adolescence marks an Aspirant as amongst the toughest Humanity is capable of producing.

Those Chapters that call a Death world their home are likely to be experts in fighting in the particular type of terrain it features. To do is not simply a matter of making the best use of the environment, but of surviving the very worst that environment can throw at the Battle-Brothers and even turning it against the foe. In occupying a Death world, a Chapter will be forced to defend itself constantly against the world itself, a fact that tests the Battle-Brothers continuously even when they are not fighting the enemies of the Imperium. While some locate their Fortress-Monasteries in orbit, others prefer to reside amidst the very worst of the Death world’s environs, honing their skills even beyond those of the already legendary abilities of the Adeptus Astartes.

Medieval World

Medieval worlds are those planets where the population has either risen above the crude tribal structures of a Feral World, or regressed from a more advanced level. In either case, it is likely to be external causes that have brought such a change about, whether deliberate or not. The population of a Medieval world is organised into relatively stable nation states, with complex webs of vassal obligations linking extended groupings. Technologically, most of the inhabitants are ignorant of advanced machinery, but may utilise basic firearms manufactured locally. In all likelihood, all but the world’s ruling classes are unaware of the Imperium at large. The majority of the population still hold to ancient superstitions, and are but one step away from barbarous savages. Many of these worlds are ruled with an iron fist by a warrior aristocracy that engages in ceaseless and brutal wars, often against its own peoples. Amongst such classes, the warrior code is all, and even the smallest slight against a warrior’s honour is answered with a challenge, often to the death.

Space Marine Chapters utilising Medieval worlds as their base may keep their distance from the populace, as they do on Feral worlds, or they may establish themselves as distant overlords, high-kings or secret warrior orders. A Chapter-Monastery on such a world is likely to be regarded by the populace as some impregnable keep where great heroes reside, and the subject of vast bodies of myth and legend.

Civilised World

The categorisation “Civilised World” describes a wide range of societies and technology levels, but in general such worlds will be a functioning part of a larger sector, with trade links to nearby worlds. Contact with other planets and peoples is relatively common, amongst the upper echelons of society at least, and the people see themselves as subjects of the greater Imperium. The populations of such worlds enjoy a reasonable standard of living (for the 41st Millennium!) but that very fact makes them less suitable as a recruitment source for the Adeptus Astartes than many other types. In a society where an infant is more or less guaranteed to reach maturity without becoming the prey to some ravening predatory beast or being enslaved by a rival tribe, the survival instinct is comparatively low and unlikely to produce suitable raw material for the Space Marines. Only the most exceptional of Civilised worlds ever provide recruits to the Adeptus Astartes, and these are generally societies with a strong warrior code imbued by hundreds of generations of service, perhaps rigorously enforced by a ruling military elite. The Ultramarines’ Realm of Ultramar is such a region, where despite a reasonable standard of living, every family dreams of having a son accepted into the ranks of the Ultramarines, and ensures they are trained to the utmost degree as soon as they are able to walk.

It is only those Civilised worlds that maintain the most rigid military traditions that are likely to appeal to the Adeptus Astartes as s source for Aspirants. On some of these worlds, the Space Marine Chapter forms the very highest tier of a stratified and regimented society entirely focused on martial pursuits, where all aspire to the example set by the Adeptus Astartes. In most cases, a Chapter calling such a planet its home world maintains a distance from its subjects, remaining aloof, while in some, the Chapter’s staff are fully integrated into a wider system of tradition, obligation and service.

Uninhabited World

There are plenty of Chapters that prefer to maintain their secrecy and isolate themselves from nearby populations. Fortunately, there is no shortage of barren or otherwise uninhabited worlds for such Chapters to utilise as bases of operation. The fact that even an apparently desolate, airless rock might harbour one of the greatest military forces in Humanity’s arsenal is deterrent enough for many would-be invaders, and who knows how many itinerant outcasts have stumbled across a fully operational Fortress-Monastery whilst exploring some isolated world, and never lived long enough to tell the tale?

Chapters utilising isolated, unpopulated planets as their home worlds have to look farther afield for sources of recruitment, but they are rarely far from worlds they are entitled to recruit upon. Such Chapters may recruit from a variety of nearby planets, drawing their recruits from Feral world tribes, Hive world gangs or any other source. Mixing several sources in a single intake of Neophytes provides its own set of challenges, but ultimately, produces a wide range of skills and qualities that serve the Chapter well wherever it serves.

Fleet-Based

Fleet-based Chapters makes their homes on vast space-going vessels. Often these are unique artefacts predating the Age of Imperium, or in the case of the Dark Angels’ Fortress-Monastery a vast chunk of planetary debris hollowed out and fitted with the very largest of warp drives. Many of these Chapters travel the galaxy in vast circuits, taking centuries to pass through a single segmentum, while others limit their movements to ancient, hereditary spheres of influence and areas of responsibility.

Fleet-based Chapters recruit from a wide range of planets. Sometimes they hold the exclusive rights to recruit at particular worlds, although the populations of those worlds may know nothing of any such arrangement. Others make a point of seeking out new societies to recruit from, ever vigilant for promising recruits. Should an exceptional source be discovered, some Chapters establish small facilities in order to watch over the population and test Aspirants, as is the case with the Black Templars Chapter. Upon discovering a singularly valuable recruiting source, some Fleet-based Chapters may even abandon their itinerant existence, claim the world and establish a Fortress-Monastery.

Because they tend to recruit from a variety of sources, Fleet-based Chapters are more unlikely than any other type to inherit the ways of the communities it recruits from. By way of example, one of the Chapter Masters of the Dark Angels was born amongst the head-hunting savages of the Feral world of Kimmeria. Yet he is counted amongst the most noble and charismatic of the Chapter’s leaders, in no small part because the Chapter’s own identity is so established and ingrained that even the most extreme of outside influences has little or no effect on it.

Relationship with Home World

"My Lord? The High-Shaman of the Redwing tribe is at the gates again. He asks that we might call down the wrath of the mighty skyfire dragon on the Greyfoot tribe…"
Chapter-Serf Adulok Hol, Warden of the Hearth to the Master of the Sable Swords Chapter

How does the Chapter govern its home world? Space Marine Chapters with a home world are its ultimate masters, with total control over their domain and any peoples living there. The Chapter Master holds the same powers as a planetary governor, indeed, potentially more for his political and military force is far greater. While most Chapters take little part in the affairs of the population of their home world, some involve themselves to varying degrees. These arrangements can be summarised as direct rule, stewardship and distant rule, as detailed below.

Direct Rule

The Chapter rules over its home world and subject peoples directly, and its leaders are regarded by them as figures of ultimate authority. It is comparatively rare for a Chapter to involve itself in the practical considerations of administering its home world, and even when one does so, the more prosaic details are often left to Chapter Serfs or leaders from the population. The advantage of direct rule is that the Chapter can enforce every element of its will upon its subjects, shaping their development the better to produce promising Aspirants. In times of outright war, the Space Marines may take direct control over the world’s military, sometimes even despatching its officers to serve as generals amongst the lesser armies.

Stewardship

Some Chapters cede the administration of their subjects to a ruling class drawn from the population, issuing broad directives but maintaining their distance. The Space Marines are regarded as figureheads, and may even attend traditional events and services, such as the Feast of the Emperor’s Ascension or its local equivalent. Generally, the people hold the Space Marines in awe, even if they rarely see them, and every family aspires to one of its sons being selected to serve in their ranks. Should the home world face invasion, the Space Marines may revert to direct rule for the duration of the emergency, or at the very least have the power to issue grand strategy to the world’s indigenous armies.

Distant Rule

Many Chapters lay claim to a particular home world, yet are rules in name only. In practice, they take no hand in the affairs of their subjects. Indeed, many Chapters prefer to keep their recruiting stock as “pure” as possible, trapping them as flies in amber in the state that makes them such ideal Aspirants in the first place. If the population is even aware of the Space Marines, they are distant, semi-mythological figures, whose appearance is a portent of great things. In the event of an enemy threatening the world, the Space Marines are likely to assume the burden of its defence, but are less likely to interact with the population directly.

Selected List of Adeptus Astartes Homeworlds

Planet Name Segmentum Sector Sub-Sector System Population Space Marine Legion or Chapter
Anzyra Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Angels Sanguine
Archea Segmentum Solar Unknown Unknown Archea System Unknown Sons of Dorn
Armato Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Sons of Orar
Aurelia (Formerly) Ultima Segmentum Korianis Sector Unknown Sub-sector Aurelia Unknown Blood Ravens
Aurelius Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Viper Legion
Baal Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown 122,000 Blood Angels
Badab Primaris Ultima Segmentum Badab Sector Unknown Badab System Unknown Astral Claws
Banish Ultima Segmentum Narasima Straits, a quarantined sector of space on the Eastern Fringe Unknown Unknown Unknown Exorcists
Barbarus (Destroyed) Segmentum Tempestus Unknown Unknown System Classified Ageisine/Black N/A Death Guard (Excommunicate Traitoris)
Bellicas Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Emperor's Swords (Destroyed)
Birmingham (The Black Planet) Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Imperial Harbingers
Bloodfall Segmentum Solar Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Red Wolves
Brycantia Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Iron Knights
Caliban (Destroyed) Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Caliban System N/A Dark Angels
Carcharias Unknwon Unknown Unknown Carcharias System Unknown Crimson Consuls (Destroyed)
Chemos (Destroyed) Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Chemos System N/A Emperor's Children (Excommunicate Traitoris)
Colchis (Destroyed) Segmentum Pacificus Unknown Unknown Colchis System N/A Word Bearers (Excommunicate Traitoris)
Coralax Outside Imperial Territory Located near the Eastern Fringe Unknown Unknown Unknown Knights of the Raven
Corinal Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Angels Vermillion
Cousteau XI (Rendered Uninhabitable) Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Fire Hawks (Destroyed)
Cretacia Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Flesh Tearers
Cthonia (Destroyed) Segmentum Solar Unknown Unknown Cthonic System Unknown Black Legion (Sons of Horus) (Excommunicate Traitoris)
Cyclopia Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Black Consuls
Darkhold Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Dark Sons
Deliverance Segmentum Tempestus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Raven Guard
Draconith Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Star Dragons
Elusia Prime Outside Imperial Territory Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Doom Legion
Elysium IX Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Celestial Lions
Erenon Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Celestial Guard
Erwynn's World Beyond Imperial Territory Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Dragon Lords (All Contact Lost)
Eschara Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Excoriators
Eyrie Segmentum Solar Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Storm Wings
Felis Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown White Panthers
Fenris Segmentum Obscurus/Segmentum Solar Unknown Unknown Guranta System Unknown Space Wolves
Firestorm Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Aurora Chapter
Fortress Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Crimson Paladins
Gathis II Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Doom Eagles
Ghorstangrad Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Emperor's Swords (Destroyed)
Haakoneth (Destroyed) Unknown Sakkara Sector Unknown Unknown Unknown Star Phantoms
Haldroth Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Carmine Blades
Harkilae IV Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Blood Legion
Honourum Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Novamarines
Icefang Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Tigers Argent
Ingiga Segmentum Solar Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Angels of Fury
Ithaka Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Iron Snakes
Jaggafall Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Blood Swords
Jahga Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Archean System Unknown Star Phantoms
Jonol Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Honoured Sons
Kaeriol (Destroyed) Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Wolf Brothers (Destroyed)
Kalevala Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Steel Confessors
Keletros Segmentum Solar Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Skull Bearers
Khoraj Segmentum Tempestus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Iron Champions
Kiavahr Segmentum Tempestus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Raven Guard (Fortress-Monastery located on the moon of Kiavahr)
Kracsis IV (Destroyed) Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Steel Confessors
Krodha (Abandoned) Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Tiger Claws (Excommunicate Traitoris)
Lethe (Destroyed) Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Flame Falcons (Destroyed)
Libethra (Destroyed) Segmentum Tempestus Orpheus Sector Unknown Unknown Unknown Angels Revenant
Lorin Alpha Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Fire Angels
Macragge Ultima Segmentum Unknown Ultramar Macragge System 400,000,000 Ultramarines
Mancora Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Howling Griffons
Medusa Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Iron Hands
Mercuria Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Silver Sabres
Moriorum Segmentum Tempestus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Dark Eagles
Mortikah VII Segmentum Pacificus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Guardians of the Covenant
Mundus Planus (Chogoris) Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown 10,000,000 White Scars
Mundus Pyra Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Fire Lords
Nachwald Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Lions Sable
Necris Outside Imperial Territory Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Marines Exemplar
Neutra Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Relictors (Excommunicate Traitoris)
Newfound Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Genesis Chapter
Nihilas Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Death Strike
Nocturne Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown 15,000,000 Salamanders
Nostramo (Destroyed) Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown N/A Night Lords
Nuceria Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Nuceria System N/A World Eaters (Excommunicate Traitoris)
Obsidia Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Sable Swords/Astral Knights (Formerly)
Obstiria Unknown Unknown Unknown Sanctus Reach Sub-sector Sanctus System Obsidian Glaives (Destroyed)
Occludus Outside Imperial Territory Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Death Spectres
Ogyrs (Ruins) Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Invaders
Olympia (Destroyed) Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Olympia System Unknown Iron Warriors
Ootheca Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Mantis Warriors (Formerly)
Orpheus Prime Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Orpheus System Unknown Praetors of Orpheus
Outrenacht Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Legion of Night
Oxatan Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Red Legion
Paragon Segmentum Solar Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Emperor's Hands
Pervigilium Segmentum Obscurus Cadian Sector Unknown Unknown Unknown Angels of Vigilance
Phobian Segmentum Tempestus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Dark Hunters
Posul (Destroyed) Segmentum Tempestus Unknown Unknown Unknown N/A Mortifactors
Pranagar Segmentum Tempestus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Sky Sentinels
Preyspire Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Hawk Lords
"Prime" (True name unknown; either Badwater, Numina or Ra) Segmentum Solar Located somewhere within the Sutters Spiral Nebula Unknown Unknown Unknown Raptors
Prism Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Records Deleted (Rainbow Warriors, suspected)
Prospero (Destroyed) Ultima Segmentum Prospero Sector Prospero Sub-sector Prospero System N/A Thousand Sons
Raikan Segmentum Tempestus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Red Talons
Repentance Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown The Nameless
Rynn's World Ultima Segmentum Loki Sector Unknown Rynnstar System Unknown Crimson Fists
Sabatine Segmentum Pacificus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown White Consuls
Sacris Segmentum Obscurus Calixis Sector Drusus Marches Unknown Unknown Storm Wardens
Sanctum Segmentum Solar Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown White Templars
San Guisuga Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Blood Drinkers
Sanctum Segmentum Solar Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown White Templars
Scelus Segmentum Obscurus Cadian Sector Unknown Unknown Unknown Sons of Malice (Excommunicate Traitoris)
Silence Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Night Watch
Sotha (Destroyed) Ultima Segmentum Near the Damocles Gulf Unknown Unknown Unknown Scythes of the Emperor
Sternac Outside Imperial Territory Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Iron Lords
Sytgia-Aquilon Between the borders of the Segmentum Tempestus and Segmentum Pacificus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Executioners
Talasa Prime Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Deathwatch
Talon Ultima Segmentum Holdur Sector Unknown Unknown Unknown Storm Falcons
Talus IV (Ruins) Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Brazen Claws
Taralus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Iron Fists
Tauron Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Brazen Minotaurs
Terra Segmentum Solar Sector Solar Sub-sector Sol Sol System Very High Imperial Fists
Titan Segmentum Solar Sector Solar Sub-sector Sol Sol System Unknown Grey Knights
Torva Minoris Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Torva System (Located in the Eye of Terror) Unknown Relictors (Excommunicate Traitoris)
Traekonnis Minor Segmentum Ultima Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Avenging Sons
Varadon (Rendered Uninhabitable) Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Shadow Wolves
Varsavia Ultima Segmentum Gildar Rift Unknown Unknown Unknown Silver Skulls
Vilamus (Gene-Seed Repository) Unknwon Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Marines Errant
Vindict V (Space station orbits planet) Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Imperial Ravagers
Vorl Secunda (Abandoned) Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Crimson Castellans
Xenax Segmentum Solar Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Subjugators
Zaebus Minoris Segmentum Tempestus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Red Scorpions
Zephyr Segmentum Obscurus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Storm Hawks
Zhoros (Destroyed) Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Fire Hawks (Destroyed)

Sources

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  • Codex: Blood Angels (5th Edition)
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  • Codex: Dark Angels (5th Edition)
  • Codex: Orks (7th Edition), pg. 65
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  • Codex: Space Marines (5th Edition), pp. 30-31
  • Codex: Space Wolves (5th Edition)
  • Codex: Tyranids (5th Edition), pg. 28
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  • Prospero Burns (Novel) by Dan Abnett
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