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A list of Planetary Governors, arranged in alphabetical order by planet. Note that this list only contains Human governors - a Space Marine Chapter Master may also govern their Chapter World.

Name Planet Notes Sources
Navarre, Hestor Ark Reach Secundus
von Strab, Herman Armageddon Overlord during the Second War for Armageddon. Codex: Armageddon (3rd Edition), pg. 2
Montague, Thaddeus Baktar III Fire and Honour (Graphic Novel)
Creed, Ursarkar E. Cadia Lord Castellan of Cadia during the Thirteenth Black Crusade.
Porelska, Marus Governor Primus at the time of the opening stages of the Thirteenth Black Crusade. The Battle of Tyrok Fields (Short Story)
Osric Corania Known as Osric the Loopy. Appointed 756.M41 and then removed from office by the Officio Assassinorum 764.M41. The Traitor's Hand (Novel), Chapter Twenty-One
Ingloriam, Udo Cornucopia Corrupted by the Cult of the Starchosen Codex: Genestealer Cults (7th Edition)The Hidden Dynasties
Temba, Eugen Davin Corrupted by Chaos.
Gordus Diamor System Black Crusade: Traitor's Hate, Chapter 1
Pallens Discidia The Vorago Fastness (Short Story) - Xenos Hunters (Anthology)
Severus, Meyloch Dolumar IV Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior
Pella Donia Father of Lord Solar Macharius.
Cadmus, Endric Hydra Cordatus Planetary Governor during the Great Crusade and Horus Heresy. Angel Exterminatus (Novel), Chapter One
Annesh Ionis Attempted to secede from the Imperium. Killed by a Callidus Assassin. Eternal Damnation (Comic Anthology)The Ionis Gambit
Praal, Vardus Isstvan III Also System Governor of the Isstvan System.
Cann, Lozallio Kalidar IV Killed by the Orks of Waaagh! Gratzdakka. Baneblade (Novel), Interstitial (after Prologue), pg. 18
Alexander, Lukas Kronus Also General of Task Force Retribution and Commander of the 1st Kronus Regiment.
Vandis, Gregor Meridian
Devine, Cyprian Molech Lord Commander of Molech as well as ruler of House Devine, a Knight House. Killed by his traitorous son, Raeven Devine during the Battle of Molech. Vengeful Spirit (Novel), Chapter 3
Devine, Raeven Son of Cyprian Devine. Vengeful Spirit (Novel), Chapter 3
Vlachek Molov Overthrown by Redemptor Kyrinov. Codex: Sisters of Battle (2nd Edition)[Needs Citation]
Vargha, Konrad Morningstar Planetary Governor during the Great Crusade. Initiated the Evacuation of Morningstar. Magnus the Red: Master of Prospero (Novel), Chapter Two
Helm'ayr, Martek Necromunda First Planetary Governor of Necromunda.
Helmawr, Cinderak
Helmar, Dagorn Known as Dagorn the Scaled.
Helmawr, Gerontius Also patriarch of House Helmawr. White Dwarf 130 (UK), pg. 13
Helmawr, Hyrodo
Helmawr, Marius
Helmawr, Targan III
Helmawr, Tiberius
Helmawr, Voss Known as Voss the Younger.
Ghorondine, Sylas Nykos Secundus Hunted down by the Harlequin Solitaire known as the Spectre of Despair. Deceased. Codex: Harlequins (8th Edition), pg. 30 — The Dance of Ages: Monsters in the Dark
Shonai, Mykola Pavonis Attempted to defect to the Tau Empire. Killed, but recanted as she died. Nightbringer (Novel)[Needs Citation]
Beatifica, Juliandros Pyrodiah Forcibly evacuated by Knights of House Draconis and made to answer before Segmentum command for her incompetence in the Pyrodiahn Campaign. Defiant (Short Story) - Servants of the Machine-God (Anthology)
Barbaden, Leto Salinas Former commander of the Achaman Falcatas regiment. Deceased. The Killing Ground (Novel) - Ultramarines: The Second Omnibus, Prologue
Starothrendar, Naima Scarato Ravenlord (Novella)
Hax, Marius Scintilla Also Sector Governor of the Calixis Sector.
Bellasun, Nathaniel Sendennis The Judges, In Their Hunger (Short Story)
Ret, Dartsma Slud Warhammer Siege, pg. 94
Aren, Kadi Spheris Rebelled against the Imperium. Killed by Balthiel, a Flesh Tearers Librarian. The Quickening (Short Story)
Halka, Stavros Stromark Prime Succeeded by Agrafena. From the Blood (Short Story)
Agrafena Daughter of Stavros Halka. Governess of Stromark Prime during the Stromark Civil War. Killed by the Flesh Tearers, but launched an Apocalypse Missile salvo at Stromark Secundus, irradiating the surface of that world. From the Blood (Short Story)
Dellasarius Tallarn Governor-Militant during the Battle of Tallarn Tallarn: Ironclad (Novel), Chapters 10-11
Aulis, Uphir Taros Defected to the Tau Empire. Imperial Armour Volume Three - The Taros Campaign, pg. 18
Montante, Sebastien Tarsis Ultra Warriors of Ultramar (Novel) - The Ultramarines Omnibus, Chapter 4
Blaille, Icos Tharsis Prime Replaced by a shapeshifting Lacrymole. Codex: Deathwatch (7th Edition)The Vigil of Aeons
Molochai, Sevastos Urskas Sol Tetra Made a pact with the Word Bearers. Codex: Chaos Space Marines (6th Edition), pg. 22
Agamemnus, Lucienne IX Vigilus Governor during the War of Beasts. Killed by Marneus Augustus Calgar. Vigilus DefiantForces of the Imperium

Vigilus Ablaze — pg. 47

Leonora Volandis Possessed by a Keeper of Secrets. White Dwarf 278 (UK), pgs. 42–43 — Rites of Exorcism: Codex Daemonhunters
Malston, Syriu Zurcon Primus Also System Governor of the Zurcon System. Sons of Wrath (Novella) - Flesh Tearers (Anthology), Chapter Two
Kel-Rosber, Daven Unknown
van Spracht, Thygmus Defied Imperial rule in 340.M33, which led to the Callidus Assassin known as Mother Gullet being dispatched to kidnap his beloved son as a hostage. Dataslate: Officio Assassinorum pgs. 28–33
Yawell Turned renegade. The Venenum Temple Assassin Urhua Thereaux was dispatched to assassinate him, but was caught in a warp rift and the governor died years before Thereaux could get to him. Codex: Assassins (3rd Edition)[Needs Citation]


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