“I did, but…”
Now how should she put it? Minoru wasn’t against dressing herself in the garb Urbosa and the other Gerudo wore, especially since it would help immensely in this damned heat, but the sheer fabric left the rabbit feeling as if she lacked in the safety department. These clothes of hers not only acted as a ward against the cold, but also made sure the most sensitive areas of Minoru’s body would be protected from potential threats thanks to how thick some portions were.
Removing her outfit was akin to taking away a soldier’s armor in the midst of a battle, but gods it was so h o t…
“… Perhaps I can follow my leads at night.”
“You could try, but I wouldn’t want you to catch a cold. During the night, it may become colder, especially if you aren’t attuned to how frequently the weather changes.” Having lived here for years now, Urbosa knows her way around this rodeo. She recalls how Zelda was when she first came, because she was more used to less extreme weather. “I can ask around to get some…more breathable fabrics for you, per a commission? Something more suited to your tastes of course.”
Well, she’s lucky she knows someone who specializes in textiles.
“What were you planning on investigating on anyway? If your leads bring you toward the north, it’ll lead to Hebra which is filled with nothing but snow.”