A μ-class, feudal world or medieval world is a classification of world existing in a technologically medieval state. The most advanced such worlds possess black powder weaponry. The tithes from these planets are slightly more than those of Feral Worlds (generally from Solutio Prima to Solutio Extremis), thanks to the development of agriculture. A feudal world typically has a population of 10,000,000 to 500,000,000 people.
Feudal worlds are self-sufficient, and due to dependence on agriculture, a large part of the populations of these worlds are peasants, usually ruled by warrior aristocracies. Feudal worlds are of relatively little use to the Imperium; the true position of their place in the universe may constitute something of a culture shock to the inhabitants, making them poor material for Imperial service - although the warrior nobilities are often a source of recruits for the Space Marines.
Notable Feudal Worlds
- 1: Warhammer 40,000 3rd Edition Rulebook, pg. 115
- 2: Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader, pg. 134
- 3: Imperial Armour Volume Nine - The Badab War - Part One, pg. 124
- 4: Sons of Dorn (Novel) by Chris Roberson, [Needs Citation]
- 5: Grey Knights (Novel) — The Grey Knights Omnibus by Ben Counter, Chapter Six, pgs. 93–94
- 6: Pawns of Chaos (Novel) by Brian Craig, Chapter Four
|General||Dead World • Death World • Desert World • Ice World • Jungle World • Ocean World|
|Imperium||Adeptus Astartes Homeworld • Agri World • Cardinal World • Cemetery World • Civilised World • Feral World • Feudal World • Frontier World • Forest World • Forge World • Fortress World • Hive World • Industrial World • Knight World • Mining World • Paradise World • Penal World • Quarantined World • Quarry World • Repository World • Research Station • Sentinel World • Shrine World • Swamp World • War World • Hub-Fortress|
|Chaos||Daemon World • Hell Forge • Fallen Knight World|
|Xeno||Xenos World • Exodite World • Tomb World • Maiden World • Crone World • Ork World • Tau Sept • Craftworld|