Warning: This story contains spoilers for season 8 of Game of Thrones.
So, Game of Thrones is over — and the series finale has elicited mixed reactions from fans, to say the least. But to our relief, at least one major question was answered by the time the sixth episode wrapped: As Sophie Turner's tattoo teased, the pack did survive. Yes, all but two of Ned Stark's brood (RIP, Robb and Rickon) made it to the very end of the series, including Arya, Sansa, Bran, and Jon Snow (who, yes, is still a Stark in our hearts).
Sadly, the pack doesn't stick together in the end: Jon rides beyond the Wall, Arya goes west of Westeros, Sansa presides over Winterfell, and Bran rules the other six kingdoms as king. Their individual fates didn't just lead them to entirely different hemispheres, but also to new hairstyles, proving that their journeys as we've known them have truly come to an end.
As Game of Thrones' history tells us, a hairstyle change on the show means a major emotional evolution is afoot for a character. We probably won't ever know what happens to the Stark children, but we can speculate on what their new hairstyles suggest about their futures. Ahead, our final look at the Stark pack in the Game of Thrones finale...