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    I am trying to work out which version of D&D this is designed for. In the BRCS 3ed version, the section on prestige classes refers to classes from lots of books, like Defenders of the Faith, Deities and Demigods, Masters of the Wild, Song and Silence, Sword and Fist etc. It says:
    "BIRTHRIGHT specific prestige classes will be presented, along
    with their organizations and cultural history, in the d20 Atlas
    of Cerilia. In addition, some DMs may wish to utilize prestige
    classes from other sources. In general, the use of prestige
    classes from other campaign settings is not recommended. The
    human nationalities and the various bloodlines go a long way
    toward defining characters without further specialization of
    prestige classes. If you decide that prestige classes are appropriate
    for your campaign, we recommend that you select them
    from the following list. In order to be eligible for a prestige
    class, the character must be a worshipper of one of the gods
    noted in brackets (if any) and a member of one of the races
    listed in parentheses (if any)."

    This file does not contain the same text. Instead it says:
    "BIRTHRIGHT specific prestige classes will be presented, along with their organizations and cultural history, in the d20 Atlas of Cerilia. In addition, some DMs may wish to utilize prestige classes from other sources. In general, the use of prestige classes from other campaign settings is not recommended. The human nationalities and the various bloodlines go a long way toward defining characters without further specialization of prestige classes. If you decide that prestige classes are appropriate for your campaign, we recommend that you pay particular attention to specific racial and cultural limitations and applications.
    As always, the use of prestige classes is purely optional and the BRCS and d20 Atlas of Cerilia will not present them in a manner that would make them mandatory, only optional."

    Are prestige classes from those sets valid for D&D 3.5ed? Does this confirm that this file is infact a revision for 3.5ed? Can anyone find any other indications that this is a 3.5ed revision file, not a 3ed file?

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