As everyone knows, there was no Endor holocaust when the Death Star exploded, even though there probably should have been one. But I've got to wonder about the events immediately prior.
Endor is referred to in Return of the Jedi as a "forest moon," implying that a significant fraction (if not all) of its land surface is covered in the sort of heavy forests we see in the scenes set on Endor. Well, for an hour or so prior to the destruction of the second Death Star, there was a fairly heavy firefight going on in the forest. Bolts of superheated plasma were fired all over, both from blasters and also much heavier machine-mounted weapons, and most of them, fired with typical Stormtrooper accuracy, missed their target and hit some piece of the scenery instead. Speeders and walkers ended up exploding all over the place, and at the very end, a fortified military installation was razed with high explosives, setting off a massive explosion that could be seen for miles around.
And yet, in the celebration scene at the end, we see no evidence of the horrific conflagrations that should have swept through the entire region and devastated the Ewoks' home forest. Does any canonical explanation exist for how this battle never managed to touch off a massive wildfire?