Connor was the son of a blacksmith. He was the oldest and strongest member and hence the spokesman of a group of children who appeared in a future scene of Baptism of Fire. The children lived in a small village somewhere in the Northern Kingdoms. They gathered round and listen to old Stribog who recounted the past adventures of Geralt and his company. He recounted in particular a fairy-tale of the witcher Geralt and his beloved Yennefer who were looking for Ciri and the story of the female archer, Milva.
As the group's spokesman, Connor was responsible for food and beverages for Stribog who returned the favour by continuing the tales about the children's heroes from the past.
This scene has no influence on the current events of the novel.