Connor was the son of a blacksmith. He was the oldest and strongest member and hence the spokesman of a group of children who appear in a future scene of Chrzest Ognia (Baptism of Fire). The children lived in a small village somewhere in the Northern Kingdoms. They gathered round and listened to old Pogwizd's stories. He told them adventures from the past. He told them in particular about a fairytale of the witcher Geralt and his beloved Yennefer who were looking for Ciri and he told them of the female archer Milva. As the group's spokesman Connor was responsible for food and beverages for Pogwizd as reward for the continuation about the children's heroes from the past.
This scene has no influence on the current events of the novel.