In which Mar Tyn is given some advice.
No, of course I was wrong. It was only that the Healers aren’t foolish enough to have a house in Low Port.
(My thought about Prosperity House seems to have been the same kind of wrong, as well.)
There’s an ambiguity in the ending, when Mar Tyn goes to secure his fortune. Fortune is the name of the guild house he was planning to buy a place in — but does he want that place still? He’d probably be just as safe in the bakery, and he has friends there. (Was it just my imagination, or was there a hint last chapter that he’d become friendly with Fireyn in particular?)