Residents belong into several social classes, each of which has its own desires and motivations. There are two major categories: Age and socioeconomic status. Each group will vote according to its general interest and properly managing the social makeup of your city with edicts and taxes is essential to a prosperous city.
Age[edit | edit source]
- Youth: The young residents who do not work and study.
- Adult: Self-explanatory, the baseline resident.
- Middle-aged: Older adults.
- Elderly: The no longer working retirees.
Socioeconomic[edit | edit source]
- Lower class: The poor folk, struggling to get by. Reducing it is a manner of either making the city hostile to them or providing enough money through edicts and social services to lift them to an upper class.
- Students: Self-explanatory.
- Working class: The primary working force of your city.
- Middle class: Richer folks who occupy the higher positions that are lucrative, but small in number.
- Elite: The rich and idle.