Endor is the source of intricate Ewok claw carved wooden furniture and birch bark baskets for Imperial officers tired of plastic and metal tableware; it's like the Canadian forests but with no snow. Endor was a moon with it's own artificial moon, orbiting the gas giant of Endor; Endor is called Endor instead of something else because the last movie just had a gas planet, and why mention a planet or a clone war you're never going to show it?
Life as a Forest Moon
Being a forest moon is not a lot of fun, all you could do is wish you too were a planet, but no, you sit in jealousy of the planet you're orbiting. Endor has a boring history, just like most other moons. The only moon to ever have some sort of fun was
Mayan Yavin 4, which held the sacrificial stone step temples of powerful dark jedi like Darth Decorated Jaguar and Sith Lord Wak Chan K'awiil. Endor, however, got none of that, not as much as a Jedi nunnery or a robot trade outpost.
The Only Important Part of Endor's Sad Life as a Moon
So those people who were building the space station had to build it on some remote planet, and what better than Endor? So they built another shield generator on Endor, so that the space station would be protected from the rebel terrorist if they tried to attack. So when they were down there, they had and awesome fight with the Ewoks, lead by Jedi Master Willow, wearing his Ewok masters fur as a parka to channel his spirit. But the Ewoks won using sticks and stones, and Willows flesh to stone acorns, against fire starting laser fire, which is a great way to make a movie that doesn't require burning down a forest like in Platoon. Than fire was exchanged by the
steam space ships; the rebel fleet lead by a fish man Admiral Ackbar, a fishman from the water world Sinbad 7.
Rumored destruction of Endor
As the Battle of Endor was drawing to a close and Lando Calrissian had successfully launched an assault on the Deathstar's core the Ewoks of Endor had already started celebrating, blissfully unaware of their impending doom. At the end of any good battle you have to have a really unnecessarily large explosion and the destruction of the second Deathstar wasn't going to disappoint. However, no one had taken into account the damage an explosion of such a large magnitude would do to Endor. According to an account of an imperial officer when the Deathstar was destroyed nuclear radiation 10^100000(ongoing) times of the Chernobyl disaster fulminated from the space-station's core and rained down on Endor, activating its core and blowing the planet into bits crispier than those from Alderaan. If this is true then we can assume renowned Badass, Han Solo perished in a sea of flaming metal and nuclear fire, along with the entire Ewok population of Endor.
|Confirmed (Solar System): Sun | Mercury | Venus | Earth (The Moon) | Mars | Jupiter | Saturn | Uranus | Neptune|
|Confirmed (Extrasolar): Darwin IV | Discworld | Milky Way | Planet of the Apes | Planet Google | Planet Hollywood | Pizza Planet | Dystopia| Roseanne|
|Dwarf planets: Asteroids | Pluto | 2003 UB313 | Jay Leno's Chin | Xanax|
|Unconfirmed: Garnox | Unicron|
|Denied by CIA and IAU: Neopia | MyAnus | YourAnus|
|In a galaxy far, far away: Coruscant | Tatooine | Kamino | Endor | Naboo | Bespin | Death Star|
|Members of the Federation: Vulcan | Qo'noS|