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|align=center|Arach-Cyn is an [[Eldar]] [[Crone World]]. It is located in the spinward border of the ]]Gehennabyss Reaches]], in the [[Eye of Terror]].
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Alphabetical order Name Notes Source
A Adrantis Five Hyper-technological world conquered during the Macharian Crusade by using a redirected comet to devastate the surface. Codex: Imperial Guard (2nd Edition)
Amistel Invaded by Plague Marines during the 13th Black Crusade but cleared by the Drookian Fen Guard, Howling Griffons and the Legio Astorum. It is also the home world to the Amistel Imperial Guard regiments. The Thirteenth Black Crusade, Codex: Eye of Terror (3rd Edition)
Arach-Cyn Arach-Cyn is an Eldar Crone World. It is located in the spinward border of the ]]Gehennabyss Reaches]], in the Eye of Terror. Atlas Infernal (Novel) p.135
Armageddon Hive World and centre of three major wars, First, Second and Third War for Armageddon. Also home to the Armageddon Steel Legion Imperial Guard. Codex: Armageddon (3rd Edition) p2-8
Avignor Cardinal World located north-east of the Eye of Terror. Diocese of Armandus Helfire of the Sisters of Battle. Codex: Sisters of Battle (2nd Edition)
B Badab Homeworld to the ex-Imperial Astral Claws. Near to the Maelstrom and was the central world in the Badab War. Codex: Chaos Space Marines (4th Edition)
Bakka Segmentum Naval Base for Battlefleet Tempestus. Codex: Imperial Guard (2nd Edition) p58
Balur Captured by the 2nd Catachan Jungle Fighters under the command of Colonel Greiss with Nork Deddog as bodyguard. One hill is known as Breakback Hill where Greiss was wounded and Nork Deddog carried him away from the fighting. Codex: Imperial Guard (2nd Edition)
Belis Corona Massive naval supply world with underground munitions storage hundreds of kilometres below ground. Codex: Eye of Terror (3rd Edition) p25
Bifrost Homeworld to various Imperial Guard regiments, including the 121st which fought in the 13th Black Crusade The Thirteenth Black Crusade
Birmingham Feudal World also known as the Black Planet due to it receiving no light at all. It is also the home world of the Harbingers Space Marine chapter. Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader
Britan Home world of the Britan Imperial Guard regiments, including the 79th which is known to have fought in the 13th Black Crusade. The Thirteenth Black Crusade
C Cadia Homeworld of the Cadian Shock Troops and main bastion of defence of the Eye of Terror. Codex: Imperial Guard (3rd Edition, 2nd Codex) p58
Caliban Former home world of the Dark Angels, destroyed after the Horus Heresy. Part of it remains as the asteroid-fortress of the Dark Angels. Codex: Dark Angels (4th Edition)
Calth Part of Ultramar, known for its large orbital dockyards providing civilian and military ships. Codex: Ultramarines (2nd Edition)
Catachan Homeworld of the Catachan Jungle Fighters and known to be one of the most dangerous Death Worlds in the Imperium. Codex: Catachans (3rd Edition)
Charadon Capital world of the Charadon Ork empire in Ultima Segmentum and ruled by Snagrod the Arch-arsonist. It is located near Badlanding and a few weeks through Warp-travel from Rynn's World. WD94
Charys Agri World that was fought over by Space Wolves and the Thousand Sons when Madox tried to open a link between the planet and the Eye of Terror which Ragnar Blackmane managed to close. Wolf's Honour (Novel)
Chemos Former homeworld of the Emperor's Children. Destroyed following the Horus Heresy. Codex: Space Marines (4th Edition) p81
Chosin The fifth world of the Armageddon system with an erratic orbit. During the second and third Armageddon wars the Orks landed on Chosin but Imperial forces couldn't prevent the world from being overrun. Epic Armageddon Rulebook
Cyrene Former recruiting for the Blood Ravens and home world to Gabriel Angelos, it was destroyed on the orders of Angelos and the Inquisition after it was discovered the population had been corrupted. The planet was bombarded with Cyclonic Torpedoes. Blood Ravens Index Astartes entry - GW website
D Darillia Home world to the Darillia Imperial Guard regiments, including the 17th which was known to have fought in the 13th Black Crusade. The Thirteenth Black Crusade
Davin First world in the Davin System and home to the Serpent Lodge, the group of Chaos worshipping monks who would corrupt Horus and turn him to Chaos, so beginning the Horus Heresy. False Gods (Novel)
Deliverance Home world (moon) to the Raven Guard. Codex: Space Marines (4th Edition) p81
Dernhelm Home world to the Dernhelm Imperial Guard regiments, including the 9th which is known to have fought in the 13th Black Crusade. The Thirteenth Black Crusade
E El'Phanor Dead world, destroyed by Ezekyle Abaddon in 10th Black Crusade, originally home to the Citadel of Kromarch. [Needs Citation]
Epsion Octarius Imperial world invaded by the Orks of Warlord Grubnuk. A Catachan Jungle Fighters regiment is known to have attempted to destroy the Gargant construction facility, but were presumably destroyed as Grubnuk ordered his Gargants to be painted in their colours. Codex: Imperial Guard (2nd Edition)
F Fenris Home world of the Space Wolves. Codex: Space Wolves (3rd Edition)
Flotte Home world to the Flotte Coloniale Imperial Guard regiment, including the 21st which is known to have fought in the 13th Black Crusade. The Thirteenth Black Crusade
Framlingham Home world to the Framlingham Imperial Guard regiments, which are known to have fought in the 13th Black Crusade. The Thirteenth Black Crusade
G Gryphonne IV Forge World until destroyed by Hive Fleet Leviathan and ex-home to the War Griffons Titan Legion. Imperial Armour Volume One - Imperial Guard and Imperial Navy
Guryan Second planet to rebel against Cardinal Bucharis, after Chiros, led by the preachings of Dolan Chirosius during the Plague of Unbelief. Codex: Sisters of Battle (2nd Edition)
H Hadleys Hope Home world to the Hadley's Hope Rifles Imperial Guard regiment, including the 11th which is known to have fought in the 13th Black Crusade. The Thirteenth Black Crusade
Hagia An Agri World in the Sabbat Worlds region and homeworld of Saint Sabbat. Conquered by Chaos, it was eventually reclaimed during the Sabbat Worlds Crusade, the Tanith First and Only driving the crazed invaders from the capital city, Holy Doctrinopolis, in a bloody battle. Honour Guard (Novel)
Harakon Home world of the Harakoni Warhawks, known for its massive mountain ranges. Codex: Imperial Guard (3rd Edition, 2nd Codex)
Heidrun Home world of the Heidrun Imperial Guard regiments, including the 43rd/65th which is known to have fought in the 13th Black Crusade. The Thirteenth Black Crusade
Hydra Cordatus Forge World near the Eye of Terror (Segmentum Obscurus). Location of a large store of Space Marine gene-seed which was captured by the Iron Warriors after a long siege. Storm of Iron (Novel)
I Iax Part of Ultramar, also known as the 'Garden of Ultramar' due to its excellent climate and high fertility. Codex: Ultramarines (2nd Edition)
Ichar IV Hive world, once infested by Genestealers at the start of the Second Tyrannic War but purged by Marneus Calgar and the Ultramarines, the Imperial Guard and the Iyandan Eldar. Last Chancers Series
Isstvan III(or Istvaan III) World destroyed through viral bombardment during the Great Crusade. Marked the beginning of Horus' treachery and officially recognised as the start of the Horus Heresy. Horus attempted to destroy all opponents to his plans by dropping them onto the world and deploying the virus bombs. Galaxy In Flames (Novel), Codex: Chaos Space Marines (3rd Edition, 2nd Codex)
Isstvan V (or Istvaan V) First major battle in Horus Heresy featuring almost entire destruction of Salamanders, Raven Guard and 1st company of the Iron Hands by eight other traitor legions. Codex: Chaos Space Marines (3rd Edition, 2nd Codex)
J Jucha Jungle world conquered during the Macharian Crusade, the world on which Macharius contracted the disease which would eventually kill him. Codex: Imperial Guard (2nd Edition)
Jupiter Forge World in the Sol System producing ships for the Imperial Navy, including Emperor Battleship, Tyrant Cruiser and Dominator Cruiser vessels. [Needs Citation]
Jurn Imperial world invaded by Orks and defended by Valhallan Ice Warriors under Kubrik Chenkov for three days until Imperial reinforcements arrived to relieve them. Codex: Imperial Guard (2nd Edition)
K Kanak Home world to the Kanak Skull Takers, known for high proportion of feral tribes. Codex: Imperial Guard (3rd Edition, 2nd Codex)
Kiavhr Mechanised world in Segmentum Tempestus and major world to the moon Deliverance, home world of the Raven Guard. Together, the two worlds produce the equivalent of a Forge World, but Kiavhr is also known for its pollution. [Needs Citation]
Krieg Home world of the Death Korps of Krieg. Codex: Imperial Guard (3rd Edition, 2nd Codex) p61
L Laeran Former home world to the Laer before they were wiped out by the Emperor's Children before the Horus Heresy. It is an ocean world with floating atolls, possibly kept aloft by pillars of energy in the centre of the atolls. Codex: Imperial Guard (2nd Edition)
M Macharia Initial supply base for the Macharian Crusade and eventual transformation into a shrine world when Macharius' body returned after his death. Codex: Imperial Guard (2nd Edition)
Mackan Site of a bloody battle between the Blood Angels and Khorne Berzerkers led by Ezekyle Abaddon. [Needs Citation]
Macragge Home world of the Ultramarines and centre of their small empire of Ultramar. Codex: Ultramarines (2nd Edition) p12
Malvolion World consumed by the Tyranids. [Needs Citation]
Manzipor A Civilised World and homeworld to Ibram Gaunt. First And Only (Novel)
Mars Home of the Adeptus Mechanicus and first Forge World. Warhammer 40,000 4th Edition Rulebook
Masali Part of Ultramar, desert agri-world, one of the worlds of the Three Planets. Codex: Ultramarines (2nd Edition)
Methusela Homeworld to the Methuselan Imperial Guard regiments, including the 12th which is known to have fought in the 13th Black Crusade. The Thirteenth Black Crusade
Mordian Homeworld to the Mordian Iron Guard, half perpetually bathed in light, the other in darkness. Codex: Imperial Guard (2nd Edition)
Mundus Planus Homeworld of the White Scars, Imperial name for planet Chogoris. Known to have many large plains from which the White Scars derived their combat style. Index Astartes I
N Necromunda Major munitions factory in the Segmentum Solar. Known to raise many Imperial Guard regiments and also has many Hive Gangs and inter-house warfare. Necromunda Rulebook
Nikaea An Imperial world which hosted the Council of Nicaea during the Great Crusade to decide the fate of the use of psychic powers within the Imperium. [Needs Citation]
Nocturne Homeworld to the Salamanders. [Needs Citation]
Nurth Dead world which refused to acknowledge the Imperium of Man during the Great Crusade. It was eventually destroyed by the inhabitants through the use of a Chaos device. Legion (Novel)
O Ophelia VII One of the oldest Cardinal Worlds and second home to the Ecclesiarchy after Terra. It was adopted in this role when Benedin IV brought the Imperial faith to the world when it was threatened by the power of other institutions such as the Administratum. Codex: Sisters of Battle (2nd Edition)
P Pannonia Homeworld to the Pannonia Imperial Guard regiments, including the 5th commanded by Colonel Marus Cullen. Warhammer 40,000 Compendium
Phobos Homeworld to the Phobos Imperial Guard regiments, including the 16th, which is known to have fought in the 13th Black Crusade. The Thirteenth Black Crusade
Posul Homeworld of the Mortifactors and perpetually shrouded in darkness with many feral tribes. [Needs Citation]
Prandium Part of Ultramar, final planet consumed by Hive Fleet Behemoth on the First Tyrannic War. Codex: Ultramarines (2nd Edition)
Prospero Ex-homeworld of the Thousand Sons Index Astartes III
Q Quintarn Part of Ultramar, desert/agri-world, one of the worlds of the Three Planets. Codex: Ultramarines (2nd Edition)
R Ritzos Homeworld to the Ritzos Imperial Guard regiments, including the 12th which is known to have fought in the 13th Black Crusade. The Thirteenth Black Crusade
S Signus Prime A world infested by Chaos daemons led by Ka'Bandha during the Great Crusade. Horus dispatched Sanguinius and the Blood Angels to investigate the world in order to keep them away from Terra as Horus laid siege to the Emperor's Palace during the Horus Heresy. The battle on this world is possibly where the Black Rage first surfaced in the Blood Angels. [Needs Citation]
Sixty-Three-Nineteen A world conquered by the Luna Wolves during the Great Crusade. The planet was ruled by 'The Emperor' who claimed the world to be Terra itself. Horus had the world conquered and the ruling elite destroyed. 3 STCs were discovered in the process. Also the location of the Whisperhead Mountains. Horus Rising (Novel)
T Talassar Part of Ultramar, ocean world with single continent. Codex: Ultramarines (2nd Edition) p14
Tallarn Desert homeworld of the Tallarn Desert Raiders and site of the Cursus of Alganar, one of three Gateways of the Gods. Codex: Imperial Guard (2nd Edition) p16
Tancredi Forge World dedicated to the production of space vessels, visited by Gregor Eisenhorn. Eisenhorn Trilogy
Tanith Former homeworld of the Tanith First and Only. Destroyed by the forces of chaos. Gaunt's Ghosts (Novel Series)
Tarentus Part of Ultramar, desert/agri-world, one of the worlds of the Three Planets. Codex: Ultramarines (2nd Edition)
Tarsis Ultra Civilsed Imperial world which was first conquered by Roboute Guilliman and later saw the turning point in the battle against Hive Fleet Leviathan. Uriel Ventris and several allies managed to kill a Norn-Queen which forced the Tyranids to revert to animal instincts and either killed each other or froze to death. Warriors of Ultramar (Novel)
Tartarus Imperial world besieged by Orks and reinforced by the Blood Ravens third company commanded by Gabriel Angelos. With the growing tide of the Orks came Chaos dedicated to Khorne and finding a Chaos artefact known as the Maledictum. In an effort to stop this the Eldar appeared but were repulsed by the Blood Ravens. Eventually Angelos destroyed the Maledictum, unwittingly freeing the creature within. The planet was later destroyed through the use of Cyclonic Torpedoes. Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War

Dawn of War (Novel)

Tekarn Homeworld to the various Imperial Guard regiments. Codex: Imperial Guard (3rd Edition, 1st Codex)
Terra Home of all humans and seat of the Emperor and High Lords of Terra, as well as the various other institutions which make up the Imperium. [Needs Citation]
Terrax Home to the Terrax Guard and the Schola Progenium facility, the Schola Excubitos at which Commissars and Storm Troopers are trained. Codex: Imperial Guard (3rd Edition, 2nd Codex)
Thandros Dead World consumed by Hive Fleet Behemoth, was an Imperial System Telepathica Matrix and an important mining world for the region. [Needs Citation]
Thoth Liberated from Chaos worshippers during the Macharian Crusade in Segmentum Pacificus. Codex: Imperial Guard (2nd Edition)
Titan Moon of Saturn and home-moon of the Grey Knights. [Needs Citation]
Torva Minoris Imperial moon and former homeworld of the Relictors. Located in a section of the Segmentum Obscurus which is reknowned for Warp storms. Sattellite to Torva Prime. [Needs Citation]
Tyran Consumed by Hive Fleet Behemoth and gave its name to the Tyranid species. Codex: Tyranids (3rd Edition)
U Ultima Macharia Final world to be conquered during the Macharian Crusade, beyond the reach of the Astronomican in the Halo Zone. Codex: Imperial Guard (2nd Edition)
Urisarach The world given to the Megarachnids by the Interex and cleansed during the Great Crusade. Horus Rising (Novel)
Ur-haven Forge World dedicated to the creation of space vessels, visited by Gregor Eisenhorn. Eisenhorn Trilogy
V Valhalla Ice World, homeworld to the Valhallan Ice Warriors Imperial Guard regiment. Codex: Imperial Guard (2nd Edition)
Valos First world to be officially recognised as being overrun by Tyranids of Hive Fleet Behemoth, prior to destruction of Tyran. Codex: Tyranids (4th Edition)
Vanqualis Imperial world in the Obsidian System (Scaephan Sector) and homeworld to the Falken family, and the site of a conflict between the Soul Drinkers and the Howling Griffons and the 901st Penal Legion. Chapter War (Novel)
Verghast Imperial world in the Sabbat Worlds, conquered by Chaos but liberated with the help of the Tanith First and Only. Necropolis (Novel)
Vraks Prime Imperial armoury world in the Scarus Sector (Segmentum Obscurus) and centre of the Imperial Armour Volume Five: The Siege of Vraks book. Vraks Prime fell to Cardinal Xaphon, and from here he plans to launch attacks against the Imperium throughout the sector. The Death Korps of Krieg are sent to recapture the world. Imperial Armour Volume Five: The Siege of Vraks