"You were born in the shadow of the Omnissiah and all your life you have been surrounded with the great wonders and dire terrors of the Machine God's arts. Ever since you were born you have been weighed, measured, codified and tested so that your masters might find your place in the great pattern; an unforgiving process that has fitted you well for survival and supremacy."
A Forge World is the Imperial term used for the numerous planets that are directly controlled by the Adeptus Mechanicus.
All have in common a complete dedication to the manufacture of the various machines and devices of the Imperium, the pursuit and preservation of (ancient) scientific and technical knowledge and the worship of the Machine God.
Because of the Adeptus Mechanicus' monopoly on technical knowledge and expertise in Imperial culture, the Forge Worlds are the Imperium's primary source of all kinds of hardware: from farming equipment to war machines such as starships, tanks, aerospace fighters, or even Titans.
Ancient pacts between the Adeptus Mechanicus and other worlds and institutions of the Imperium oblige the various Forge Worlds to supply other planets and the various military arms of the Imperium such as the Astra Militarum and the Adeptus Astartes with the products of their manufactoria.
Much of a Forge World is like an immense factory, with industrial complexes soaring into the sky and mine workings burrowing deep into the planetary crust. Forge Worlds build great numbers of complex technologies, like tanks or spacecraft parts for the Imperial Guard and the Imperial Navy.
They are ruled by the Adeptus Mechanicus, whose training and research facilities are located there, along with the grand cathedrals to their deity, the Omnissiah, in which the ruling archmagi of the Tech-priests enact the grandest, most complex rituals to honour the Machine God.
Every Forge World is designated with a Production Grade by the local branch of the Administratum, which at a glance indicates the size and importance of that Forge World's production capabilities. Production Grades run from I-Maximus for the most productive of the Mechanicus' worlds to IV-Tertius for the lowest.
The Adeptus Mechanicus' fleets, its armies of cybernetically-enhanced Tech-Guard warriors and, most formidably of all, the Titan Legions, are also all based on Forge Worlds. The Forge Worlds are largely autonomous from the rest of the Imperium, as allowed by the terms of the Treaty of Mars that founded the Imperium in the 30th Millennium, and the Adeptus Mechanicus is loath to allow anyone on their surface other than Tech-priests and the legions of menial, cybernetic Servitors who labour for them.
The surface of a Forge World is normally completely covered in massive factory complexes that stretch across the horizon. Its ecosystem has been completely destroyed. The air is saturated with toxic gases and rivers flow with toxic runoff from the multitude of manufactoria. In many cases, even seas and oceans have been purposefully evaporated to make room for more manufactoria.
However, the sheer amount of industrial output greatly benefits the Imperium as a whole. All of the items produced by a Forge World are constructed according to a very specific design formula that varies from Forge World to Forge World, even for otherwise identical pieces of the same equipment. These variant designs are known as that Forge World's "pattern."
While there are hundreds of Forge Worlds in the Imperium, the most important is Mars, home of the Adeptus Mechanicus' political and spiritual head, the Fabricator-General of Mars; and the Imperium's first Forge World. Other major Forge Worlds include Ryza, known for its advanced plasma technology; Gryphonne IV, home of the Titan Legio Gryphonnicus; Agripinaa, a primary supplier of military goods to the Fortress World of Cadia; Phaeton, manufacturer of the Leman Russ main battle tank; and Urdesh, the primary Forge World within the Sabbat Worlds Sector.
Of all the Forge Worlds, only Trebor catered exclusively to the industrial needs of lost Cadia. One of the most sought-after creations from Trebor is its version of the Vanquisher Cannon, which is the most powerful of all the Vanquisher Cannon variants. During the Dark Age of Technology, the twin empires of Terra and Mars co-existed, to the mutual benefit of both. Trebor was colonised by survivors of colony expeditions from both Terra and Mars after they were lost during a Warp Storm. This forced both colonies to combine their knowledge and build the most technologically-advanced of all the Forge Worlds.
Trebor was only re-discovered by Commissar Yarrick during the Second War for Armageddon in the late 41st Millennium. As a result, Trebor has sworn its allegiance only to Yarrick and to Cadia. Its arms and technology made a major difference in the continued defence of the surviving Imperial worlds of the Cadian Gate following the triumph of Abaddon the Despoiler in the 13th Black Crusade.
- 1 History
- 2 Life in the Shadow of the Omnissiah
- 3 Notable Forge Worlds
- 4 Hell-Forges
- 5 Videos
- 6 See Also
- 7 Sources
The Forge Worlds were settled by Cult Mechanicus colonists sent from Mars, the first of the Forge Worlds, soon after the ancient Mechanicum completed its conquest of Mars during the Age of Strife. Their goal was to continue the Quest for Knowledge, the central dogma of the Machine God's faith, by spreading across the galaxy.
Despite the difficulties with Warp travel during that period as massive Warp Storms consumed the galaxy during the gestation of the Chaos God Slaanesh in the Immaterium and the loss of Mars' original Thrall-Navigators, several interstellar expeditions were able to make their way across the galaxy, either using the Warp during a period when there were few storms or travelling at sub-light speeds in realspace.
Hundreds of Cult Mechanicus colonies were settled across the galaxy spreading their faith into every corner of human-settled space.
These planets were allowed to remain under the direct sovereignty of the ancient Mechanicum under the terms of the Treaty of Mars that the Emperor of Mankind signed with the Mechanicum to unite Terra and Mars beneath the aegis of the Imperium of Man in the late 30th Millennium.
Life in the Shadow of the Omnissiah
Life on a Forge World is harsh even by Imperial standards. The Tech-priests of the Adeptus Mechanicus grade, quantify and measure every child born in their domain to best find their use and how they might serve within the Omnissiah's great pattern.
The most promising are inducted into the ministries of the Machine God, destined, in time, to find their place among the ranks of the priesthood. Of the rest, a percentage of the most physically able are subjected to the trials required to become cybernetic Skitarii warriors and other more secretive castes.
For the majority, however, there is a place, willing or not, within the Forge World's vast webs of production. Such life-long service forms the mass of skilled workers that maintain the Forge World's industries.
These menials (or "labour units" as they are known) are free to make what lives they can for themselves in conditions largely no different from those found on most Hive Worlds, that is so long as work quotas are met, order maintained and their masters' arcane pursuits are not disturbed.
For those that fail in their service, fall badly injured or are proven guilty of some crime, punishment is harsh as new labour-helots and organic servitor components are always in demand.
Notable Forge Worlds
|Accatran||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Accatran System||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Agripinaa||Segmentum Obscurus||Agripinaa Sector||Unknown||Agripinaa System||80,000,000||Loyal to the Imperium|
|Alar-Median||Segmentum Tempestus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Albert IV||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Amethal||Segmentum Obscurus||Unknown||Unknown||Diamor System||Unknown||The Forge World of Amethal, a planet that houses a relic from the Dark Age of Technology that keeps innumerable daemons caged beneath its crust, was assaulted by Khârn the Betrayer and his Khorne Berzerkers during the 13th Black Crusade. Once Abaddon's objective -- the cracking of the daemon cage -- was achieved, his forces withdrew. Shortly afterwards, Khârn and his Berzerkers disappeared in a tempest of gore.|
|Anetarbraxus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||A little known Forge World discovered during the Age of Strife. Notable for the development of the Vultarax Pattern Stratos Battle-Automata during the Age of Strife. Later gave the pattern to Mars after their reunification during the Great Crusade. By the time of the Horus Heresy, that pattern was one of the rare testimonies to the Forge World's existence, Anetarbraxus having been reduced to molten slag during the Great Mandragoran Incursion.|
|Antax||Segmentum Ultima||Vidar Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Invaded by WAAAGH! Gutstompa, saved by the Blood Angels 2nd Company.|
|Antioc||Segmentum Obscurus||Unknown||Prath Veil Sub-sector||Unknown||Unknown||Captured by the Forces of Chaos. Lost to the Imperium.|
|Anuaris||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Formerly tied both in tribute and loyalty to distant Accatran as much as Macragge. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Anvillus||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||During the Horus Heresy, Anvillus was paralysed by civil war, but ultimately, Loyalist elements of the Mechanicum emerged victorious and drove their Heretek brethren off-world or utterly destroyed them. In the present era, this Forge World has become notable for producing Mars-Alpha Pattern Warlord-class Titans. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Anvilus Nine||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Notable for producing Land Raiders during the Great Crusade. Created first Land Raider Proteus. Captured by Dark Mechanicum Tech-priests during Horus Heresy. Ultimate fate is unknown.|
|Arcetri||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Consumed by a tendril of Hive Fleet Harbinger. Presently a Dead World.|
|Arl'yeth||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Located across the border sectors of the Segmentum Tempestus and Segmentum Pacificus were numerous lesser Forge Worlds, which included Arl'yeth. During the Horus Heresy, they sided with the Loyalist cause. It is not known if they were destroyed during the Heresy or during the subsequent campaign against the Traitors, known as the Great Scouring. Fate is unknown.|
|Artemia Majoris||Segmentum Pacificus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Scene of the Hieronymite Heresy. Notable for producing the Artemia Pattern Hellhound Flame Tank. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Atar-Median||Segmentum Pacificus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Established by rebellious Tech-priests from the Forge World of Phaeton. Located across the border sectors of the Segmentum Tempestus and Segmentum Pacificus were numerous lesser Forge Worlds, which included Atar-Median. During the Horus Heresy, Atar-Median sided with the Loyalist cause, and has remained a faithful and productive vassal Forge World of the Imperium ever since. Home of the Legio Atarus.|
|Barnassus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Destroyed in fiery cataclysm during the Black Crusade of the Chaos Lord Sicklefell in M36. Presently a Dead World.|
|Belacane||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Markayn Marches||Belacane System||2,700,000,000||Ancient and formerly highly influential, Belacane was once notable for its expertise in the manufacture of temporal stasis fields. They now hoard their technologies and jealously guard their sacred wisdom.|
|Beshic V||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Minor Forge World defended by the 88th Cadian Mechanised Infantry Regiment from heretics. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Beta Cornix||Segmentum Tempestus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Cerix Magnus||Segmentum Obscurus||Askellon Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||The Askellon Sector is host to many Forge Worlds of the Adeptus Mechanicus, the greatest of which is Cerix Magnus. It exists within the Mechanicum's own empire within the sector. Despite this, Cerix, and to a lesser extent its sister Forge Worlds Selvanus Binary and Core Theta, are as reliant on the sector as it is on them, for without raw materials from elsewhere, the forges would sputter and grow cold. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Chaeroneia||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Columnus||Segmentum Solar||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||A venerable Forge World on the western fringe. Homeworld of the Legio Ferrax ("Iron Wolves"). Invaded by the Weirdwaaagh! of Ork Weirdboy and Warboss Zagdakka in 249.M41, during the Battle of Columnus. Defended by Clan Raukaan of the Iron Hands Chapter. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Constanix II||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Core Theta||Segmentum Obscurus||Askellon Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||An extreme Forge World, the Magos Biologis of this world continuously work on the edge of tech-heresy; in many cases, concerning the limits of the organic and not the technological. Their primary focus is constant experimentation upon the rigours of the flesh and the limits of organic life.|
|Cyclopea||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||The Periphery||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Cypra Mundi||Segmentum Obscurus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Notable for being a Forge World and administrative and fleet capital of Segmentum Obscurus. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Cyraxus II||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Dantis III||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Attacked by Hive Fleet Kraken. Site of secret experiments upon Astra Militarum troopers. Planet was scoured by the Tyranids. Presently a Dead World.|
|Deimos||Segmentum Solar||Sector Solar||Sub-sector Sol||Sol System||Unknown||A moon of Mars, that serves as a major Forge World. They supply the majority of arms and equipment, including Psycannons to the Grey Knights Chapter on Titan. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Diamat||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Tanagra System||Unknown||Home of the Legio Gladius. Site of a major battle between the Dark Angels and Traitor forces during the Horus Heresy. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Dominica II||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Notable Forge World that manufactures the Repressor pattern heavy armoured personnel carrier utilised by the Adeptus Arbites and Adepta Sororitas. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Dynax Primus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Notable Forge World that manufactures Macharius Omega pattern heavy tank. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Estaban III||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Estaban System||Unknown||Notable Forge World and homeworld of the Legio Tempestus ("Stormlords"). During the Horus Heresy, sided with the Traitors' cause, but at some point was reclaimed and is now loyal to the Imperium.|
|Estaban VII||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Estaban System||Unknown||Notable Forge World that manufactures Baneblade tanks and home to the Legio Magna ("Flaming Skulls").|
|Esteban VII||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium; home to the Legio Honorum in outdated canon.|
|Fecundia||Segmentum Ultima||Lithesh Sector||Damocles Gulf||Unknown||20,000,000,000||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Fortis Binary||Segmentum Pacificus||Sabbat Worlds||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Located in the Sabbat Worlds cluster. During the Sabbat Worlds Crusade, this Forge World was lost to the forces of Chaos.|
|Galatia||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Gantz||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Konor System||Unknown||A Forge World located in the Eastern Fringe that is the moon of the Forge World of Konor. Homeworld of the Legio Praesagius ("True Messengers"), gifted to them by Primarch Roboute Guilliman for their loyal service. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Glasgow IV||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Gorgonum||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Gorgonum, ruled by the Fabricator General Weyldran Lyrzek, was saved from a Genestealer infestation aboard the Space Hulk Forsaken Doom by Ordo Xenos Inquisitor Jost von Marburg and a complement of Blood Angels 1st Company Veteran Terminators under the command of Captain Ubaldo.|
|Goth||Segmentum Obscurus||Gothic Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Graia||Segmentum Tempestus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Located across the border sectors of the Segmentum Tempestus and Segmentum Pacificus were numerous lesser Forge Worlds, which included Graia. During the Horus Heresy, Graia sided with the Loyalist cause, and has remained a faithful and productive vassal Forge World of the Imperium ever since. Homeworld to the Legio Astraman ("Morning Stars"). Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Gryphonne IV||Segmentum Tempestus||Alduin Sector||Unknown||Talos System||8,520,000,000 (Formerly) /
|Homeworld of Legio Gryphonicus ("War Griffons"). Ravaged by Hive Fleet Leviathan. Currently a Dead World.|
|Gulgorahd||Ultima Segmentum||Gulgorahd Protectorate||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Located in the Eastern Fringe on the exterior borders of the Ultima Segmentum and home to the Legio Adamantus, Gulgorahd commands its own independent realm which it carved out in the Age of Strife. During the Horus Heresy it suffered immensely at the hands of the Night Lords and their Traitor allies before being reborn from the ashes of their domain.|
|Hadd||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Golgenna Reach||The Lathes||Unknown||One of three notable Forge Worlds known as The Lathes. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Helios||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||During the infamous Helios Campaign in 857.M38, the Red Scorpions Chapter helped to overthrow a Traitor uprising. To facilitate their efforts, they mounted a Whirlwind Missile Launcher on a Land Raider chassis, developing the first Land Raider Helios. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Hellgrace||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||A Forge World that is notable for manufacturing Macharius Omega pattern tanks.|
|Hesh||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Golgenna Reach||The Lathes||Unknown||One of the three notable Forge Worlds that make up The Lathes. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Het||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Golgenna Reach||The Lathes||Unknown||One of the three notable Forge Worlds that make up The Lathes. One of the few Forge Worlds able to produce the Valdor Tank Hunter.|
|Hexium Minora||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Formerly a Mechanicum outpost world that was a two-solar-month journey from Ullanor Prime. Current status unknown.|
|Hydra Cordatus||Segmentum Obscurus||Unknown||Unknown||Hydra Cordatus System||Index Expurgatorius||Formerly stored tithes of Space Marine gene-seed drawn from the Imperial Fists Chapter. Invaded during the 13th Black Crusade in 999.M41 by a large Iron Warriors warband which slaughtered the Imperial defenders and stole the gene-seed. The lone citadel was blasted from orbit by the Adeptus Mechanicus, to hide their failure.|
|Hydraphur||Segmentum Pacificus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Forge World and primary administrative and fleet capital of the Segmentum Pacificus, which is controlled by the Master of the Administratum. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Hypnoth||Segmentum Ultima||Vidar Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Forge World and site of a vicious Eldar attack by Craftworld Iyanden in 585.M40, after the Imperial Fists delivered the captured warship Blood of Khaine to its orbital shipyards. In 911.M41, it fell to the Necrons' Sautekh Dynasty under the command of Imotekh the Stormlord. Lost to the Imperium.|
|Idumea||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Hazeroth Abyss||Unknown||Unknown||Forge World in the Calixis Sector. Secretly, its ruling caste is now a part of the Phaenonite conspiracy, housing secret facilities for their use as well as providing a nearly limitless supply of manpower and materiel. Loyalty is inconclusive.|
|Incaladion||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Incaladion System||Unknown||Incriminated in a conspiracy connected to techno-heretics and worship of proscribed xenos-lores. Former homeworld of Legio Fureans ("Tiger Eyes"). Cleansed during the Great Scouring.|
|Incunabula||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Located across the border sectors of the Segmentum Tempestus and Segmentum Pacificus were numerous lesser Forge Worlds, which included Incunabula. These Forge Worlds were known collectively as the "Belt of Iron." For much of the Great Crusade, these Forge Worlds helped to mass-produce much needed arms and equipment for the military forces of the expanding Imperium of Man. During the Horus Heresy, they sided with the Traitor cause. It is not known if Incunabula was destroyed during the Great Scouring or brought back into the Imperial fold. Fate is unknown.|
|Ironhelm||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Forge World that suffered a decade-long siege by WAAAGH! Bludcrumpa, which was finally broken by a Blood Angels strikeforce in 901.M41, led by Lord Commander Dante. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Jerulas||Segmentum Pacificus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Forge World that is notable for being the originators and mass-producers of the Land Raider Crusader. An anti-Imperial rebellions was put down by the Black Templars during the Jerulas Crusade in 645.M39.|
|Jupiter||Segmentum Solar||Sector Solar||Sub-sector Sol||Sol System||Unknown||A major Forge World in the Sol System, it possesses vast manufacturing facilities and is home to the massive Jovian orbital shipyards.|
|JXM A18Z||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Malfian Sub-Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Kai||Segmentum Obscurus||Unknown||Unknown||Kai System||Unknown||Forge World situated near the Eye of Terror, the Kai System was absorbed into the Eye by Warp Storm Gae-sann in M34. The Machine Smiths bartered for a measure of protection and created the Kai Gun. Their ploy eventually failed, as daemonic hordes descended for possession of these new domains. All that remained after the destruction of Kai was the weapons they had built to appease their slayers. Presently a Dead World.|
|Kalibrax||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Located across the border sectors of the Segmentum Tempestus and Segmentum Pacificus were numerous lesser Forge Worlds, which included Kalibrax. During the Horus Heresy, Kalibrax sided with the Traitor cause. Following the Heresy, during the subsequent Great Scouring, it is not known if Kalibrax was utterly destroyed or brought back into the Imperial fold. Fate is unknown.|
|Kiavahr||Segmentum Tempestus||Forsarr Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Heavily industrialised Forge World, whose orbiting moon, Deliverance, which is the Chapter Homeworld of the Raven Guard Chapter. Home to the Legio Vindictus. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Koden Tertius||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Konor||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Ultramar||Konor System||Unknown||Konor is a former Research Station of the Adeptus Mechanicus as well as the second world in the Konor System. Its moon of Gantz is also a very powerful Forge World in its own right. During the Plague Wars, it came under sustained attack by the servants of Nurgle, but the Imperial forces valiantly rallied to reclaim Konor for the Emperor.|
|Lucius||Segmentum Obscurus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Homeworld to the Legio Astorum ("Warp Runners"). Loyal to the Imperium.|
|M'khand||Segmentum Pacificus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Forge World known for producing Chimeras with Heavy Flamers. Home of Legio Venator ("Iron Spiders"). Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Magnos Omicron||Segmentum Solar||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Forge World located within the Trail of Saint Evisser. These secret and insular Tech-priests produce tanks and Lasguns for Imperial military forces. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Mars||Segmentum Solar||Sector Solar||Sub-sector Sol||Sol System||20,000,000,000||Largest Forge World in the Imperium. Centre of the Cult Mechanicus and seat of the ruling Fabricator-General. Homeworld of three full Titan Legions -- Legio Ignatum ("Fire Wasps") and two other Legions (classified). Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Megyre||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Former Forge World and home to the Legio Annihilator. Destroyed by Hive Fleet Jormungandr in late 995.M41. Fate of Legio Annihilator is unknown. Presently a Dead World.|
|Metalica||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||A vitally important Forge World that is situated close to the Ork Empire of Charadon. Homeworld of the Legio Metalica ("Iron Skulls"). Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Mezoa||Segmentum Obscurus||Gothic Sector||Cyclops Cluster||Unknown||Unknown||A major Forge World in the Cyclops Cluster. Entirely dedicated to the production of arms and ammunition. In particular, Mezoa is responsible for the supply of macro-ordnance shells to the mustering point and headquarters of the Imperial Navy at Port Maw. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Midath||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||This Forge World is a lingering enigma for the Calixian Mechanicus. Early records speak of Midath as a grand Forge World, able to manufacture super-heavy vehicles, voidships, and even Titan components. Unfortunately, it has been "missing" for as long as anyone can remember, to the point where some question whether it was ever real in the first place.|
|Millhand||Segmentum Pacificus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Moirae||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||During the Nova Terra Interregnum, this world was the site of civil war, which came to be known as the Moirae Schism. During this conflict, Mars sent a large fleet which blasted the Heretek planet apart. Destroyed.|
|Segmentum Obscurus||Scarus Sector||Unknown||Thracian Primaris System||Unknown||Forge World formerly known as Mordax, invaded by a large Ork WAAAGH!. Now infested with Deathskulls Lootas who have renamed the planet Moredakka. Lost to the Orks.|
|M'Pandex||Segmentum Obscurus||Gothic Sector||Gethsemane Sub-sector||Unknown||Unknown||Notable Forge World in the Gothic Sector. Rivals of Mezoa. Willfully joined the Dark Mechanicum during the Horus Heresy, until it was purged during the Great Scouring. Loyal to the Imperium.|
There are no Forge Worlds that begin with the letter 'N'.
|Ohmn-Mat||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||During the Horus Heresy, this once vibrant Forge World was beset by civil war, which ultimately drew in a contingent of Sons of Horus Dark Compliance forces and Iron Hands Istvaan V survivors as the conflict escalated. Eventually the world was reduced to a cinder as it was consumed in raging fires that continue to burn to the present. Lost to the Imperium.|
|Omnicron 71-DX||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Adrantis Nebula||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Opus Macharius||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Drusus Marches||Unknown||Unknown||Forge World named for Lord Solar Macharius. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Ordana||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||During some unknown point in history, this Forge World was besieged by an unknown Renegade Forge World. Deploying their Titan Legions, this resulted in a one-thousand-standard-year siege, known as the Siege of Ordana, which was won by the Imperium when they retrofitted Banehammer super-heavy tanks, producing the Doomhammer pattern. Possessing powerful improvised weapons, this enabled Imperial forces to eliminate the Renegade Titans.|
|Orestes||Segmentum Pacificus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Has the distinction of being both a Forge World and a Knight World. Home of an unnamed Imperial Knight House. Elements of the Legio Tempestus were also stationed here. A major supplier for Imperial forces during the Sabbat Worlds Crusade.|
|Palatine III||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||A Forge World and a War World. Invaded by Orks in 965.M41. Though the Imperium attempted to halt the invading Orks, the Greenskins still maintain partial control of this world. Partially loyal to the Imperium.|
|Palomar||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Former Forge World that was destroyed after Magos Lexell Kotov attempted to awaken the Machine Spirit of a long-buried Ark Mechanicus named Speranza that was found on the planet's surface. Upon awakening the ship's Machine Spirit, an agonised burst of archaic Scrapcode caused the Forge World's reactor cores to explode, killing the planet's population and leaving Palomar a Dead World.|
|Pentos||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Perinetus||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Adrantis Nebula||Unknown||Unknown||Forge World that possesses orbital forges for repairing spacecraft. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Phaeton||Segmentum Solar||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Forge World that is notable for being the originator for a common pattern of Leman Russ Tank and Chimera variant with Heavy Flamers. Home of Legio Osedax ("Cockatrices"). Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Porphetus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Former Forge World that developed the variant Iron Fist Pattern Rhino armoured personnel carrier from a scrap of STC data that was uncovered. Lost to the ravages of the Tyranids. Presently a Dead World.|
|Proximus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
There are no Forge Worlds that begin with the letter 'Q'.
|Rangda IX||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Forge World and site of a rebellion of mutant forge-clans, which was put down by the aid of the Celebrants Chapter in 919.M41. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Rhodin IV||Segmentum Obscurus||Askellon Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||This world has been occupied for several thousand standard years, ever since it was awarded to the Adeptus Mechanicus for their aid in repelling a nearby Ork uprising. Rich in Promethium and other useful ores, this once-verdant world is now layered with plasteel and pollutants. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Ryboth||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Markayn Marches||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Ryza||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Ryza System||Unknown||Renowned for plasma reactor and magnetic containment field technology. Once was unsuccessfully invaded by Orks. Homeworld of Legio Crucius ("Warmongers").|
|Selvanus Binary||Segmentum Obscurus||Askellon Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Selvanus Binary is a Forge World located in the inner edge, along the trailing side of the Cyclopian Sub-sector. This prominent Forge World is known throughout the Askellon Sector for the high quality of its products. One of the smallest of four planets in a binary star system, it is the only one capable of handling life forms. Even so, the forges have irrevocably altered the planet to suit their needs, by covering the surface in all manner of refineries and manufacturing centres. It is now a highly polluted planet, toxic to any human without protective gear or heavy augmentations, and very inhospitable -- as per the Omnissiah's wishes.|
|Shaehol||Unknown||Unknown||Mandragora Sub-Sector||Unknown||Unknown||In M39, this world was cut off by Warp Storms for centuries. When storms abated in 633.M39, Shaehold was found to be in control of Heretek Tech-priests. Fortunately, during the Second Aegisine Crusade, this Forge World was cleansed and brought back into the Imperial fold.|
|Shenlong||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Shenlong System||Unknown||Long-serving Forge World since the Dark Age of Technology, it produced many weapons for the Imperium during the Great Crusade. World was captured by the Word Bearers Traitor Legion in M41. Blood Angels Chapter launched a counterstrike to take back Shenlong. Planet was later deemed to be too tainted, and was subjected to Exterminatus. Presently a Dead World.|
|Skapula||Segmentum Ultima||Jericho Reach||Unknown||Skapula System||Unknown||Unknown|
|Skorgulian||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Adrantis Nebula||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium|
|Solemnium||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Former Forge World that was the site of a battle between the Iron Hands Chapter and Renegade Knights of House Drakon and Daemon Engines of the Dark Mechanicus in 986.M38. Chaos forces were eventually destroyed. This world was then subjected to some unknown catastrophe which left it in ruins. Presently a Dead World.|
|Staban VII||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Notable for producing Valkyrie airborne assault carriers. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Straxos||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Former Forge World left devastated by a Dark Eldar raid in 998.M41. Presently a Dead World.|
|Stryken Primus||Segmentum Obscurus||Unknown||Unknown||Stryken System||Unknown||Has the distinction of being both a Forge World and a Knight World. Home to Imperial Knight House Arokon and House Dorath. Notable for supplying munitions in enormous quantities for Imperial forces defending the Cadian Gate.|
|Stygies VIII||Segmentum Pacificus||Unknown||Unknown||Vulcanis System||Unknown||Large moon orbiting massive ringed gas giant on outer fringes of the Vulcanis System. Home to the best munition weapon artisans, and producers of Leman Russ Vanquisher pattern tanks. Once homeworld of Legio Vulcanum I and II, which both turned Traitor. Now homeworld to the Legio Honorum ("Death Bolts").|
|Stygies XII||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Home to a large Chapter keep of the Black Templars. Served as a base of operations for the Athelor Crusade. Eventually abandoned after millennia of service. A Chaos Cult attempted to open a Warp Gate in 832.M41, but were successfully stopped by the Black Templars. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Synford||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Hazeroth Abyss||Unknown||Unknown||Notable for producing Baneblade super-heavy tanks.|
|Synford II||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Malfian Sub-Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Tancredi||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Notable for their dedication to the production of vessels for the Imperial Navy.|
|Taslan's Forge||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Telemachus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Temaxia||Segmentum Tempestus||Uhulis Sector||Unknown||Ul-Seraph Cluster||Unknown||In M32, a Space Hulk named the Da Iron Worm carried thousands of Orks that marauded across the Uhulis Sector. Temaxia was one of several Imperial worlds that fell to the vast Greenskin hordes, before the invaders were lost to a Warp Storm.|
|Telastoria||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Telastoria is a Forge World that helped to play an important role during the Great Crusade era by mass-producing some of the most advanced and adaptable las weapon designs for the elite units of the Imperial Army's Solar Auxilia. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Tephusa Binary||Segmentum Obscurus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||A minor Forge World that had long been the centre of production of a unique pattern of Chimera utilised almost exclusively in the Segmentum Obscurus. Site of the Taking of the Garron Orbital in 175.M36, fought between regiments of the Imperial Guard and the Heretic forces of High Lord Goge Vandire during the Age of Apostasy. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Tesla Prime||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||When the Forge World of Gryphonne IV, one of the principal Forge Worlds in the galaxy, was threatened by Hive Fleet Leviathan, the Adeptus Mechanicus abandoned Tesla Prime in 498.997.M41, to help bolster the Imperial defenders in preparation to make a defiant stand against the Great Devourer.|
|Thrax||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||In 762.M41, this world was overrun by daemons. Chapter Master Marneus Calgar led his Ultramarines Chapter, still licking their wounds from the First Tyrannic War, to help aid the beleaguered planet. Though the Ultramarines banished countless hordes of Daemons back to the Warp and managed to recover crucial Imperial data-records, ultimately, when the Chapter withdrew, Calgar issued the order for Exterminatus of the daemon-infested world. Presently a Dead World.|
|Tigrus||Segmentum Ultima||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Overrun by Orks of the Warlord Arrgard the Defiler in M35, it was held under greeenskin dominion for several millennia. Originally developed the Vanquisher Cannon. At some unknown point in Imperial history, Tigrus was eventually brought back into the Imperial fold, reconsecrated, and once again became a vital Forge World of the Imperium.|
|Toil||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||In 400.M32, Toil was assaulted by the Daemon Primarch Perturabo who transformed its manufactoria and war engines into Daemon Engines which ultimately consumed all life on the world. This also marked the first time Glitchlings were seen.|
|Tolkan||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Notable for producing Salamander Command Vehicle for the Astra Militarum. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Tolkhan||Segmentum Tempestus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Homeworld to Legio Pallidus Mor ("Pale Riders"). Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Triplex Galatia||Segmentum Ultima||Thramas Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Located on the Eastern Fringe, Triplex Galatia was one of three independent Forge Worlds located in the Thramas Sector. During the Horus Heresy, Triplex Galatia remained loyal to the Throneworld, but was eventually destroyed by the Night Lords Traitor Legion during the Thramas Crusade.|
|Triplex Phall||Segmentum Ultima||Thramas Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Located on the Eastern Fringe, threatened by Hive Fleet Kraken. Homeworld of Legio Victorum ("Foe Slayers"). Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Triplex Thule||Segmentum Ultima||Thramas Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Located on the Eastern Fringe, one of three independent Forge Worlds located in the Thramas Sector. During the Horus Heresy, Triplex Galatia remained loyal to the Throneworld, but was eventually destroyed by the Night Lords Traitor Legion during the Thramas Crusade.|
|Turanshush||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Markayn Marches||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Ur-haven||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Notable for their dedication to the production of vessels for the Imperial Navy.|
|Urdesh||Segmentum Pacificus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Located across the border sectors of the Segmentum Tempestus and Segmentum Pacificus were numerous lesser Forge Worlds, which included Urdesh. During the Horus Heresy, Urdesh sided with the Traitor cause. During the Great Scouring, Urdesh was eventually brought back into the Imperial fold. Urdesh later proved its loyalty by acting as a principal supplier of the Sabbat Worlds Crusade. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Valia-Maximal||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Located across the border sectors of the Segmentum Tempestus and Segmentum Pacificus were numerous lesser Forge Worlds, which included Valia-Maximal. During the Horus Heresy, Valia-Maximal sided with the Traitor cause. Following the Heresy, during the subsequent Great Scouring, it is not known if Valia-Maximal was utterly destroyed or brought back into the Imperial fold. Fate is unknown.|
|Vanaheim||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Notable for the production of variant patterns of several common Imperial war machines including the Salamander Command Vehicle, Basilisk, Centaur, Griffon and Medusa. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Vaznagrod||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Vellung||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Vellung is the Forge World that is home to the Titan Legion known as the Cyclopeans. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Venatoria||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||In 743.M40, Venatorian Tech-priests created the infamous device, known as the Reality Cage. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Venrica VII||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Home to the Legio Sirius. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Vindalex||Segmentum Obscurus||Gothic Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Attacked by the Forces of Chaos during the Gothic War in 151.M41. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Voss||Segmentum Solar||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Voss Prime||Segmentum Solar||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Closest Forge World to the Armageddon System. Lacks good knowledge of Plasma Reactor technology. Homeworld of the Legio Invigilata ("Emperor's Guard"). Loyal to the Imperium.|
There are no Forge Worlds that begin with the letter 'W'.
There are no Forge Worlds that begin with the letter 'X'.
There are no Forge Worlds that begin with the letter 'Y'.
|Zhao-Arkkad||Segmentum Tempestus||Unknown||Unknown||Zhao System||Unknown||One of the most isolated and far-flung Forge Worlds. Unknowingly declared as Traitors for aiding the Thousand Sons. Home of the Legio Xestobiax ("Iron Vigil"). Recently returned to the Imperial fold and reconsecrated, its Tech-priests recovered ancient STC templates of the new mobile Praetor Armoured Assault Launcher along with several others of note once thought lost. Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Zpandex||Segmentum Obscurus||Gothic Sector||Gethsemane Sub-sector||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Zopyrus VI||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Loyal to the Imperium.|
|Zosma||Segmentum Obscurus||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Forge World located near the Eye of Terror. Site of a battle between the Word Bearers warband of Chaos Lord Zymran and Captain Kruger of the Ultramarines. The Heretic Astartes were eventually cleansed from Zosma. Loyal to the Imperium.|
Long ago, several Forge Worlds fell from the Emperor's grace and willingly embraced the corrupting influence of the Ruinous Powers.
A Fallen Forge World is known as a Hell-Forge and is controlled by the magi of the Dark Mechanicum, the Heretek scions of the Cult Mechanicus, who willingly perform tech-blasphemies outside the proscribed tech-canon of their former orthodox brethren of the Omnissiah.
These Hell-Forges are wholly given over to daemon-machines and infernal industries, where mills grind flesh and suffering is the currency used to make the insane visions of their nightmarish masters a reality.
|Abheilüng||Segmentum Solar||Unknown||Armageddon-Paramar Grand Conduit||Abheilüng System||Unknown||Dark Mechanicus elements are layered beneath the surface of the planet. Once a vital world, the entire population has been slaughtered or dragged in chains under ground to rend the infernal forges of their dark masters. Lost to the Imperium.|
|Antioc||Segmentum Obscurus||Unknown||Prath Veil Sub-Sector||Unknown||Unknown||Recently lost when the Forces of Chaos captured it during an incursion from the Prath Nebula. Lost to the Imperium.|
|Crucible-Omega||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Founded during the Age of Strife like many other Forge Worlds, it is believed this domain of the Fallen Mechanicus was never incorporated into the Imperium.|
|Cyclothrathe||Segmentum Obscurus||Coronid Deeps||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||A minor, isolated Forge World located to the galactic east of the Cyclops Cluster. The independent-minded Cyclothrathine Mechanicum of this Forge World sided with the Traitors' cause during the Horus Heresy. It is believed that the Dark Mechanicus has recently established contact with this lost, Fallen Forge World. Traitors to the Imperium.|
|Diesos||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||A soul forge occupied by the daemon-binding Dark Mechanicus. In 993.M41, the Iron Warriors Warsmith Vhostok Pistonhand led a coup against the world's dark masters. Eventually, the Ruinous Powers sent forth their daemonic legions, and fought over the spoils of Diesos, slaughtering its former inhabitants. Traitors to the Imperium.|
|Forge Castir||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Screaming Vortex||Unknown||Unknown||Located near the Warp anomaly known as the Screaming Vortex, Forge Castir has long been a bastion of the Dark Mechanicus. They are currently waging an eternal war against their rivals from Forge Polix. Its Dark Magi are known to incorporate xenos technology in their creations. Traitors to the Imperium.|
|Forge Polix||Segmentum Obscurus||Calixis Sector||Screaming Vortex||Unknown||Unknown||Located near the Warp anomaly known as the Screaming Vortex, Forge Polix has long been a bastion of the Dark Mechanicus. Traitors to the Imperium.|
|Ironghast Foundry||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||A Chaos-held Forge World dedicated to the Blood God Khorne. Known to forge everything from small arms, melee weapons and vehicles to Daemon Engines. Traitors to the Imperium.|
|Ghalmek||Segmentum Ultima||Maelstrom Zone||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||The Word Bearers Traitor Legion maintains control of the daemonic Forge World of Ghalmek deep within the Maelstrom Warp Storm, which is ruled over by the Dark Apostle Kor Phaeron and serves as a base for the XVII Legion to launch raids against Imperial worlds in the eastern regions of the galaxy.|
|Retlaxi||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||An ancient fief of the Mechanicum, Retlaxi was thought to have been consigned to history, but reports of its resurgence periodically instill fear and terror within the Imperium. Once a fief of the Legio Mortis Traitor Titan Legion, there are great concerns that its foundries, if they still function, could be supplying arms and ammunition to the Forces of Chaos. Traitors to the Imperium.|
|Samech||Segmentum Ultima||Jericho Reach||Hadex Anomaly||Unknown||Unknown||Cut off from the rest of human space by Warp Storms for millennia, over time this Forge World fell to the Dark Mechanicus. Eventually consumed by the Hadex Anomaly, the fallen Tech-priests of Samech embraced the Ruinous Powers. Traitors to the Imperium.|
|Sarum||Segmentum Ultima||Golgotha Wastes||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Settled during the Age of Strife, home to an aberrant sect of the Mechanicum, Sarum declared for the Traitor cause during the Horus Heresy. The world succumbed to an unknown Warp phenomenon that causes it to manifest at different times and places across the Golgothan Wastes. Traitors to the Imperium.|
|Silent Forge||Unknown||Laanah Rifts||Silent Abyss||Unknown||Unknown||A Dark Mechanicus Hell-Forge that is notable for creating Daemon Engines known as Decimators. Traitors to the Imperium.|
|Temporia||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||A supposed realm of cogs and arcane mechanisms, dedicated to the Lord of Change, Tzeentch. The Inquisition believes that such a place is, in fact, real, despite lack of hard evidence of Temporia's location. Traitors to the Imperium.|
|Toil||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||A former Imperial vassal Forge World that was subjected to a daemonic ritual enacted by the Iron Warriors' Daemon Primarch Perturabo in 400.M32. Invoking Nurgle, the planet was scoured by daemonic machines and Toil was transformed into a realm of Chaos. Traitors to the Imperium.|
|Uraniborg 1572||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown (Currently) / 2.7 Billion Imperial Assay/978.M30, Tithe Grade Ultima-II (Formerly)||A former Imperial vassal Forge World, which has recently been reported to have fallen from the Emperor's grace. Its foundries have been turned to the production of the tools of damnation, and the status of its attendant Titan Legion, the Legio Serpentes, is unknown. Traitors to the Imperium.|
|Xana II||Segmentum Obscurus (Currently), Segmentum Pacificus (Formerly)||Unknown (Currently) / Vicidax Thule Sector (Formerly)||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||A former Imperial Forge World that lay on the western reaches of the Segmentum Pacificus, Xana II was notoriously independent and politically long-estranged from Mars. During the Horus Heresy, they declared for the Traitors' cause. Eventually became the first of the so-called Hell-Forges of Chaos. Traitors to the Imperium.|
- Adeptus Titanicus (Rulebook), pg. 43
- Black Industries' "Guide to the Calixis Sector", pp. 24, 42
- Clan Raukaan - A Codex: Space Marines Supplement, pp. 35-44
- Codex: Adeptus Mechanicus - Cult Mechanicus (7th Edition) (Digital Edition), "The Quest for Knowledge"
- Codex: Blood Angels (5th Edition), pg. 15
- Codex: Chaos Space Marines (3rd Edition, 2nd Codex), pg. 20
- Codex: Imperial Knights (6th Edition), "A Legacy of Honour - Justice," pg. 12
- Codex: Khorne Daemonkin (7th Edition), pg. 72
- Codex: Skitarii (7th Edition), pp. 16-18, 22-34
- Codex: Space Marines (5th Edition), pp. 30, 40
- Codex: Tyranids (5th Edition), pg. 27
- Codex Heretic Astartes - Chaos Space Marines (8th Edition), pp. 40, 44
- Dark Heresy: Beta Core Rulebook (2nd Edition) (RPG), pg. 23
- Dark Heresy: Core Rulebook (2nd Edition) (RPG), pp. 34-35
- Dark Heresy: Core Rulebook (RPG), pp. 18, 88, 136, 249, 287-288, 324
- Dark Heresy: The Lathe Worlds (RPG)
- Dark Heresy: Inquisitor's Handbook (RPG), pg. 132, 144
- Imperial Armour - Apocalypse II, pg. 11
- Imperial Armour - Imperial Vehicles for Warhammer 40,000, pp. 24, 30
- Imperial Armour Volume One - Imperial Guard & Imperial Navy, pp. 4, 8-12, 15-16, 130, 168, 185
- Imperial Armour Volume One - Second Edition: Imperial Guard, pp. 10, 77, 168, 237
- Imperial Armour Volume Two - Space Marines & Forces of the Inquisition, pp. 8, 99
- Imperial Armour Volume Two - Second Edition: War Machines of the Adeptus Astartes, pp. 12, 231
- Imperial Armour Volume Seven - The Siege of Vraks, Part Three, pg. 119
- Imperial Armour Volume Eight - Raid on Kastorel-Novem, pg. 104
- Imperial Armour Volume Nine - The Badab War, Part One, pg. 84
- Imperial Armour Volume Ten - The Badab War, Part Two, pg. 97
- Imperial Armour Volume Eleven - The Doom of Mymeara, pp. 90-97
- Imperial Armour Volume Twelve - The Fall of Orpheus, pg. 17
- Imperial Armour Volume Thirteen - War Machines of the Lost & The Damned, pp. 12, 51, 169
- Imperial Armour Apocalypse (2nd Edition), pp. 12-14
- Index Astartes IV, pg. 10
- Imperial Munitorum Manual (Supplement) by Graham McNeill, "Section 3: Procedures and Punishments for Laxity in Maintenance of Deparmento Munitorum Equipment - The Taking of the Garron Orbital," pg. 37
- Munitorum: Warscythes (Background Book), pg. 2
- Only War: Core Rulebook (RPG), pg. 149
- The Horus Heresy - Book One: Betrayal (Forge World Series) by Alan Bligh, pp. 18, 138, 224
- The Horus Heresy - Book Two: Massacre (Forge World Series) by Alan Bligh, pp. 156-157
- The Horus Heresy - Book Three: Extermination (Forge World Series) by Alan Bligh, pp. 19, 106, 133-134, 136, 151-157, 160-161, 282
- The Horus Heresy - Book Four: Conquest (Forge World Series) by Alan Bligh, pp. 24-27, 68, 147
- The Horus Heresy - Book Five: Tempest (Forge World Series) by Alan Bligh, pp. 117-119, 133-134
- The Horus Heresy - Book Seven: Inferno (Forge World Series) by Alan Bligh, pp. 32, 171-177
- Warhammer 40,000: Rulebook (7th Edition), "Time of Ending"
- Warhammer 40,000: Rulebook (6th Edition)
- White Dwarf Weekly 63 (April 11, 2015), "Battleground: Gorgonum," pp. 27-34
- White Dwarf 318 (UK), "Arming for Medusa - Part 1: The Imperial Muster," pg. 94
- White Dwarf 287 (UK), "Eye of Terror Worldwide Campaign - Death By a Thousand Cuts," pg. 39
- White Dwarf 276 (UK), "Index Astartes: First Founding Chapters - Raven Guard Space Marine Legion," by Graham McNeill & Erick Kilmer, pp. 96, 100
- White Dwarf 267 (UK), "Assault on Holy Terra," pg. 22
- White Dwarf 140 (UK), "Stellar Fleets, Galactic Civilisation"
- Flight of the Eisenstein (Novel) by James Swallow
- A Thousand Sons (Novel) by Graham McNeill
- Nemesis (Novel) by James Swallow, pp. 83, 87
- Deliverance Lost (Novel) by Gav Thorpe, pg. 14
- Prey (Short Story) by George Mann
- Corax: Soulforge (Novella) by Gav Thorpe
- Praetorian of Dorn (Novel) by John French, Part 2, Ch. 3 and Part 4, Ch. 1
- Dark Adeptus (Novel) by Ben Counter
- Faith and Fire (Novel) by James Swallow
- First and Only (Novel) by Dan Abnett
- The Greater Good (Novel) by Sandy Mitchell
- Grey Knights (Novel) by Ben Counter
- Heroes of the Space Marines (Anthology), "And They Shall Know No Fear," by Darren Cox
- Iron Hands (Novel) by Jonathan Green
- Priest of Mars (Novel) by Graham McNeill
- Soul Drinker (Novel) by Ben Counter
- Titanicus (Novel) by Dan Abnett
- What Price Victory (Anthology), "Calculus Logi," by Darius Hinks
- Fanatic Online (Web Magazine) #1, "Avicennas Warband," by Peter "Avicenna" Bell
- Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate (PC Game), "Target of Opportunity: Zosma"
- Space Hulk: Tactics (PC Game)
- Codex: Chaos Space Marines (6th Edition), pg. 22
- Codex: Gelerpox Infected (8th Edition), pp. 12-13
- Fantasy Flight Games - "The Calixis Sector"
- Week Two: Konor
- Imperial Victory on Konor!
- Warhammer 40,000 Campaign Weekend: Vidar's Fate: Praedis Zeta
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