Unfair to ask for specific instances, maybe, but let’s take them all as a whole. Those here that would advocate new SoR being overpowered if it were brought up to , say, level 89 cite its utility in removing one of each effect. How often, in the course of running instances, do you encounter scenarios were you are actually being infected with EVERY type of effect? And moreover critical that they ALL be removed? If it were often then I might agree. However it’s not. Three sometimes happens, but is not common. Two happens enough, but usually in each encounter there is only one predominate effect you generally need to be worried about. In that respect, those classes who can remove three of the one dominant effect type that is are still going to be more desirable to have. For SoR to have the same efficacy in removing three poisons as another class a minstrel has to cast it three times (and hope to get the really nasty one on the first try) That’s means best case three removals in a 34-36 second span, then another 15 before it can be cast again. If you consider it in that regard, SoR is hardly overpowered or likely to unbalance anything, and certainly not going to step on the toes of any other class that does effect removal, even if it was brought up to level 89.