Conjuring / Manipulating Fire

I believe McGonagall conjured the fire from the torches in the Great Hall,to duel Snape.With that she attacked him and when they ended their duel, she moved her wand and the flames returned to the torches.If you look closely the duel scene you will notice that by the time Snape leaves Hogwarts the flames of the torches have deminished. 13:43, September 4, 2011 (UTC)

I think it's wrong because, Snape got the lights down to make his 'meeting' and the fire Minerva uses were blasted from the tip of her wand. She just used Incendio to get higher the lights.Dobby4ever 14:54, September 4, 2011 (UTC)

No,no,no.The lights were up when they begun the duelling.If you look closely by the end of the duel the flames of the torches have deminished.Whereas in the beginning the lights are up.Plus I believe she manipulated the fire,thas why she managed to return the flames to the torches. 16:39, September 4, 2011 (UTC)

I've just seen the video now. The fire of the torches get down when Snape deflect the spells to Alecto and Amycus, perhaps, the airwave it caused get the fire down.Dobby4ever 17:44, September 4, 2011 (UTC)

Perhaps!But we cant be any sure of that.I strongly believe Minerva McGonagall used a fire-manipulating spell.Thats why when she ended the duel she put the fire, she used ,back to the torches.Thats what I think. 22:29, September 4, 2011 (UTC)