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adj. stark·er, stark·est
1. Bare or blunt: "His language has become increasingly stark, to the point of sounding strident" (Robert Pear).
2. Complete or utter; extreme: stark poverty; a stark contrast.
3. Harsh; grim: "faced with that stark future" (Robert C. McFarlane). "[They] found it hard to accept such a stark portrait of unrelieved failure" (W. Bruce Lincoln).
Really? Did you both assume that I did not know that "stark" was a word as well as the name of the family from GoT? Or do you not know what I'm talking about and just decided to pop in and give your misguided advice?
The effect increases the area and damage of the spell. There could have been so many different, more fitting words to describe it.
I agree. Stark when used in conjunction with the term winter is meant to express how harsh or grim it is based on the definition. Stark does not describe size. As in how the rune actually affects the skill by making it bigger. It does increase the cold damage, but they are better words and phrases to describe that effect. Brutal Winter being one of them. Like this guy said though, its all in the the eye of the beholder.
Edited by MrSadistic on 9/12/2011 8:11 PM PDT
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