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Conjuring 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. 85.75.86.152 22:31, August 27, 2011 (UTC)

Effect

I was watching the scene, and when Snape made the curse hit the carrows, the spell han't "exploded" like happens on Stupfy for example. The spell was absorbed by their bodies, and I thoght the spell burn all the persons inside organs. What you say? Dobby4ever 14:08, December 16, 2011 (UTC)

It wasn't absorbed by their bodies. You can see sparks on Alecto's chest before she falls to the ground.-- PerryPeverell 09:28, February 1, 2013 (UTC)

Incendio

I think that this is the Fire-Making Spell, as it was the fire taken from the torches used to light up the Great Hall. The torch-light was the Fire-Making Spell. --Danniesen 15:45, February 14, 2012 (Denmark)

I think it's really the Blasting curse or commonly known as Confringo. Clearly, when Snape controlled the flame circularly, the flame hit Alecto and Amycus on one side of their chests, knocking them off. And as stated in the Confringo spell section and definition, it states that it blasts everyone in its vicinity, or anyone who's hit with the spell. See? But I won't edit it since I'd just be humiliated with it. xD 

Paulxavierroma (talk) 13:15, March 9, 2015 (UTC)AvadaKedavraUser

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