Golarian Calendar


The days of the week are as follows. Each day has a general purpose that most people in the Inner Sea region follow.

Day General Purpose

Moonday Work, religion [night]
Toilday Work
Wealday Work
Oathday Work, pacts signed, oaths sworn
Fireday Work
Starday Work
Sunday Rest, religion

The months in Golarion correspond to our own, with each new year starting shortly after the solstice. The name of each month is etymologically tied to a specific god: Abadar, Calistria. Pharasma, Gozreh, Desna, Sarenrae, Erastil, Aroden, Rovagug, Lamashtu, Nethys, and Zon-Kuthon. Natives of Golarion see the gods reflected in the changing of the seasons, and their names for the months reflect this. (Gozreh’s month, for instance, is a time of budding and new life, while Zon-Kuthon’s is seen as the death of the old year.) Holidays in a given month are generally tied to their patron deity.

Golarion Month Gregorian Month Days in Month Season

Abadius (ah-BAY-dee-us) (January) 31 days Winter
Calistril (KAHL-izz-trihl) (February) 28 days Winter
Pharast (fah-RAHST) (March) 31 days Spring
Gozran (GOHZ-ran) (April) 30 days Spring
Desnus (DEZ-nuhs) (May) 31 days Spring
Sarenith (sa-REHN-ihth) (June) 30 days Summer
Erastus (eh-RAS-tuhs) (July) 31 days Summer
Arodus (AIR-oh-duhs) (August) 31 days Summer
Rova (ROH-va) (September) 30 days Fall
Lamashan (lah-MAHSH-ahn) (October) 31 days Fall
Neth (NEHTH) (November) 30 days Fall
Kuthona (koo-THOH-nah) (December) 31 days Winter

Golarian Calendar

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