Pouflons are very individual creatures, just like humans. They are very social, and tend to gather in communities from small villages to large cities. Their government is loosely a monarchy, administrated by many royal pouflons, and overseen at the top by a king or queen.
Flowers are the pouflon's main food source (though they can also eat other plants), and as such much of their culture and use of magic is related to flowers and nature in general.
In the highest chambers of the queen's palace lies the Dawn Garden, a sacred garden where every pouflon's runic flower sprouts and grows. Each pouflon has their own unique flower the same shade as their runic color, which is born when they are and accordingly represents their life. The queen and a few other trusted pouflons guard and tend to the garden, but being such a precious, sacred ground, most other pouflons never get to see it.
Though vespires coexist peacefully with most other species, they've had a rivalrous relationship with pouflons for centuries. Their breath and claws can match the magic & swords of most pouflons- but clashes between them are rare, as pouflons are taught to avoid them, and vespires tend to keep to themselves.
Ursuki are magic beings who resemble tanuki and bears. Their magic specialty is Illusion – they possess unparalleled abilities to create illusive tricks to fool other creatures, which can aid hugely in hunting and trapping. Their culture is outwardly friendly but inwardly mysterious– Ursuki merchants are very common to see among pouflon and vespire settlements, but Ursuki towns and villages are near-impossible to get to unless you have an ursuki guide with you. They carefully hide their villages with magic and misdirection spells to remain hidden to unknown visitors.
Out of the three runic species (ursuki, pouflons and vespire) Ursuki are the most careful about using their magic because they have a limited amount to use each year. They can recover a little bit of magic when they rest but not nearly enough to sustain them, so they hibernate for an entire season to fully recharge their magic reserves. Winter is the most popular season to hibernate in, but some individuals may choose other seasons.
Ursuki love to work hard and party hard - at the end of fall, they host a great festival where they use up the remainder of their magic stores to put on incredible magic shows, creating incredible illusions to wow visitors of all different species who are able to come and visit the Ursuki villages on this one special night of the year.