Has anyone had any luck with this song? The description reads "Deals medium mental damage and interrupts the dirge's target and the target's group." First off, I still have yet to decipher how they qualify "medium" and "low damage" etc in descriptions, but that's beside the point. Anyway, this appears to be the most disappointing "upgrade" I have seen to a song yet (it's part of the Alin's Keening Lamentation / Dissonant Rhythm line). First off, it deals disease damage, not mental (considering we have a mental mitigation debuff built into Afflicted Blade, it matters...if you think the resist system actually works correctly). Second, it's still less damage than our measly level 13 or so Alin's (which does 60-75ish for me, Wail of Woe is hitting in the mid 40s... I have yet to discover why Templars, who don't receive any AE damage spell until level 32 or so can AE for well over 200 damage per target at level 39ish... typically classes that get a certain spell type earlier than those who get it later are better at it, but this is also beside the point). However, here's the best part. You can't cast it on anything that gives XP. This is no exaggeration, it will resist 100% of the time on anything that isn't at least 10+ levels lower than you. What is the point of this? Is 45 AE damage for over 100 power cost worth a massive resist rate? Actually, I wouldn't even call it a resist rate, since it just absolutely doesn't land. Unless the intention is to amuse yourself AE nuking one of the massive deer herds throughout the game (and even at that, taking many many casts to kill them), I see no point in this spell existing in its current form. It's kinda sad that Alin's was not very effective to begin with, so it was rarely used, but now each subsequent "upgrade" makes it even worse. If they don't want us to have a useful AE, then give us something else besides filler like this. I realize the 100% resist on greens or higher is possibly a bug, but even if that is corrected, the amount of damage doesn't justify the song's existence.