The old money, the aristocrats of our days, the highest class possible. If there's one thing you can be sure about these people, it's that they were born with a silver spoon in their mouths and a heap of responsibility on their shoulders. Their wealth has been passed down from generation to generation (if there's any left, in some cases) and their surnames suffice to open any door in the world. Family is the most important thing to them - it's what gave them all they have, it's what can take it all away and ruin them.
Because of the massive advantages they have due to being born in such a world of prestige, they have to work extra hard to make sure the masses don't see them as snobs that got everything handed out to them on a silver platter. And even then, prejudices remain. But who knows - maybe those opinions have a valid reason?
The nouveau riche, the entrepreneurs and business people. Previously belonging to a lower class, they've acquired their wealth either within their own generation or that of their parents. Whether they're still building their empire or managing the one passed down to them, they're highly successful and ambitious people looking for ways to improve their businesses and gain the public eye's approval. They can be CEOs or celebrities - what's sure is that these people know how to sell a product and have build a fortune doing this.
The lower classes, the ordinary people with ordinary jobs who still struggle to make a name for themselves. They want money, fame and power, and lust after the lives the ones from higher social classes have. With a hunger to improve, they are ready to throw themselves in the concrete jungle and try their hand at the game - survival of the fittest. Will they make it out alive? Will they fulfill their wildest dreams? Or will they get eaten alive?
When planning your characters, please take into consideration the fact that your characters should be able to move from one city to another with relative ease. In the case of the First Class and Business Class, this shouldn't pose a problem. For the Economy Class, however, we encourage you to think of ways for your character to move around even if they do not have the best budget. Perhaps work requires them to fly from one city to another, perhaps they are a student who works as a sugar babe to pay the bills (and gets the occasional vacations in metropolises), or an artist who has a wealthy patron or maybe they're just do darn lucky they always win all the prizes in every contest they participate - some even trips to other countries. Be inventive.