Fish Wielder is an epically silly epic-sword&sorcery/comedy trilogy-like Lord of the Rings set in Narnia if it had been written by the Monty Python troupe inspired by the band They Might be Giants.
The legendary, enigmatic and often depressed barbarian warrior, Thoral Mighty Fist, is hoping to get himself killed on a last adventure when he stumbles into a sinister plot. In ancient times, the Dark Lord Mauron cooked the most powerful magic chocolate dessert ever made, the Pudding of Power. With it he hoped to bind the peoples of Grome in despair.
Well, the plan was slightly more complicated than that, but that was the gist of it.
Anyway, in a cataclysmic showdown, Mauron was defeated as he waited for his chocolaty confection to cool enough that he could eat it. A thousand and two years later, the Heartless One, the mysterious scarlet-robed leader of the Dark Brotherhood of the Bad Religion, is working to find the lost Pudding of Power in order to bring the people of Grome to their knees.
Now it's up to Thoral, accompanied by his best friend Bradfast (a talking orange koi-fish) and his noble steed Warlordhorse, to battle the forces of evil, recover the foul dessert from the heart of the dread land of Flurge, and face his greatest challenge: the dark secret of his own mysterious past.