I think there are a lot of Zelda questions that don't need to be asked. In video games in general. Even in Mario games. Mario is small, and he gets big when he eats a mushroom. How does he change his clothes so fast that they will fit him when he's big and then when he's small again? I mean, that's a question that is just silly to ask, because it doesn't matter in the game. And in Zelda, I think it's just the way the game works. Warping, changing suit colors, the fact that Link doesn't eat or sleep or go to the bathroom. It's part of the game, that's how it works. It's all part of the gaming experience. If videogames were like real life with all that stuff, it would be like a reality videogame or something like that. The laws of physics, logic..just don't matter in certain games.