@TeslaEffect I agree with you on the fact that it's kinda stupid to dismiss this kind of stuff. However, this isn't really the topic to be talking about what the construct of love is. And honestly, while I would like to be able to discuss it, I'm not exactly sure TTV want us to be talking about it on their site. I mean, if they give us the go-ahead, we could create a topic, but the chances of that are very unlikely.
Love is a very, very strange topic, people have varying ideas about it that get others really fired up and passionate about it. (Much like you are) LEGO is a company who's end goal is to make as much money as possible. If LEGO has to risk public opinion by allowing such a topic to be thrown around so lightly, they could be losing money. That's bad for companies. LEGOs point isn't to stand out and be a leading force in getting all people to understanding and enlightenment. It's the sad truth of what reality is. Maybe you think they're being ignorant, but what's really going on is they're being cautious because if public opinion goes down, LEGO loses money and then people lose jobs. There's a lot more at stake than kid's knowledge of love and science. The simplest truth one can say is that the truth resists simplicity. It will never be as simple as standing up and saying "Love exists, deal with it."
It's unfortunate, but it is reality.
TO KEEP THIS ALL ON TOPIC:
I probably would have retconned Takanuva going through all those dimensions and going to Karda Nui, on top of the post-2008 mini-stories. The Toa could have found another way out, and to be honest, Takanuva didn't belong there.