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I know there is a book coming out in a month that details the rest of his life but what do you think happens to Connor? He has to have met that special someone to conceive the next ancestor but then again as one writer said the next ancestor is not always the result of a union sometimes a one night stand like Clay´s ancestor after Ezio. I believe the Mohawk moved west and into Canada perhaps he lives through the war of 1812? But I doubt he goes to France to fight in the French Revolution since that injury might have left him with a limp like Achilles. Kryptonian25 (talk) 20:42, November 4, 2012 (UTC)

Unless theres a news story I haven't seen, Forsaken is NOT ABOUT THE REST OF CONNOR'S LIFE. It is the story of his origins and focuses more on Haytham's betrayal of the Assassins before the game, something I certainly wish to know more about. Presumably, if there is a continuation to Connor's life shown, it will be through DLC or a sequel (they've said they'll do one if the fan reception of Connor is positive enough). Apparently, the first DLC that won't be an alternative history (King Washington) will be about the Northwest Indian War of 1785-1795, where the Americans basically declared total war on those tribes that had aided the British--including the Mohawk. As for what I think happens to Connor, I think he goes west to be with his people in what is now Canada. The only way I can see a sequel happening is if its a War of 1812 game, but that'd be a bit of a stretch for two reasons: first, we don't know if Connor's injury is temporary or permanent, but it seems permanent. And would be somewhat fitting if it was. Secondly, this would be assuming Connor doesn't have children until he's in his 60s, older then even Ezio was when he settled down. It just doesn't make much sense. 22:56, November 4, 2012 (UTC)

He was eaten by a rabid pack of squirrels. KaloneousHelpDesk 23:03, November 4, 2012 (UTC)

And chosen as the next Prime, post-mortem. --Kainzorus Prime Walkie-talkie 23:10, November 4, 2012 (UTC)

Wait so Forsaken does not close Connor´s story officially? Connor does not have stake in the French Revolution which is the next major event unless something happens that forces him into the French Revolution kinda like the Templar attack on Monteriggioni forces Ezio to go to Rome. But during the war of 1812 Connor would be 57 and by the time it finishes 59. Kryptonian25 (talk) 00:16, November 5, 2012 (UTC)

It'd be more interesting to take it to France when Napoleon is bullying everyone with his 5 feet of terror and Apple of Eden. Terrible combination. As opposed to having Connor limp around France; I think Sima stated that he wouldn't blend in well, either. What's an Assassin without stealth? TranquilTempestQu'est-ce que c'est? 09:18, November 5, 2012 (UTC)

Dude, Altair lasted until his death at 91. Ezio lasted until his 60's. Why not Connor? I mean, seriously? He won't stop until corruption and injustice is around him. Let Connor have a sequel, and let it have his ending on his retirement on the Brohood. Balay (talk) 10:13, November 5, 2012 (UTC)

Yeah he was 91 when he died, but was he jumping off ledges and air assassinating people until that point? No. Altair didn't do much of anything in between the events we saw on the Phaistos discs. After about age 50, he'd be severely limited in ability. When his son assassinated Genghis, Altair was already too aged to do anything. And Ezio died relatively young (63) because he lived a rough life with a lot of stress. Connor has been injured beyond full repair. At some point in time, Connor realized corruption and injustice will always exist. I think he realized that at the end of the game. Notice he didn't take the yellow-hilted axe with him; he dropped it in the dirt. Come up with a legit reason for doing a sequel and I'll say "yes let's do it!" For now, my opinion is: he's crippled, therefore, no more Connor games. TranquilTempestQu'est-ce que c'est? 11:11, November 5, 2012 (UTC)

So, Connor became what his mentor did. Limping, and giving up? Maybe you're right. Connor has no use anymore, he was only a mere servant for Juno, and with Juno saying that the job is done. No more purpose for Connor to continue. He could live in his homestead with the people. This makes a good argument. Whether Ubi will continue Connor's story or not. I changed my mind. For now, I am saying that Connor won't have any more sequels. Only DLC can change that. We'll see. Balay (talk) 12:57, November 5, 2012 (UTC)

There is a whole host of possibilities. Perhaps he headed west with the others, maybe he remained in the east keeping a watchful eye on his homeland or maybe he even left America and headed for France or Australia (although I doubt that becuase he is tied to America through his beliefs and sense of duty). Hopefully Connor's story will be explained in the next game!

I agree Connor is crippled, but Achilles was too and that didn't stop him from out running the guards (you don't actually see this, it's a random event that occurs in the frontier, like in Skyrim, if you're lucky you'll get to see it). Ubi said more Connor games if he's well-received, and even though the game came out about a week ago people already want another game with him. If the trilogy happens, I see Connor becoming a leader of a dying assassin Order in America which he stumbles upon, or starts building one himself (though I doubt this would happen since Connor seemes very broken and hopeless in the end, so I doubt he's ambition would be rebuilding the Order) and the third game can be him going to France for the French Revolution. Also, if you guys remember his conversation with Juno in the end, she tells him "You've made a difference and you will do so again" Doesn't this hint at anything? To be honest, I can't see Connor's story ending with AC3 and I don't think the devs intended that either, since there are several hints in the game to a trilogy. Plus, it would be unfair if we only get to see on 27 years of Connor's life, whilist we knew everything about Ezio and Altair from their birth until they died, be it in the games, books or short-movies. FirestarLuva (talk) 23:47, November 5, 2012 (UTC) He had sex, lots and lots of sex with hookers since his naivety still couldn't comprehend the fact that you shouldn't talk to them, until he got one of their eggo's preggo with Desmond's next ancestor. TitanGunz (talk) 00:02, November 6, 2012 (UTC)

If he really is hurt beyond repair then what's the point of any of the upcoming DLC. In the washington dlc I assume he would have to fight. If he was unable to fight anymore, then why are they making any more DLCs? TripleM13(talk) 00:01, November 6, 2012 (UTC)

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