Prior to the outbreak, Fisher was fighting in Afghanistan along with the rest of his squad which included a lot of members that would eventually become the Reapers. Upon returning from war, he struggled to find jobs or deal with trauma, but the relationship between him and his comrades remained strong. He then decided to become a mercenary.
During the beginning of the outbreak, as Operation Cobalt was put into action in an attempt to try and contain the undead threat, Pope and a group of his people managed to escape the bombings by running until they reached an abandoned church, where inside Pope was amazed to see none of them had been killed or injured, leading him to view him and his comrades as "the chosen ones". It is unknown if Fisher was present during this revelation. Regardless, he eventually joined the Reapers, and either found or crafted his own mask with a ghoulish, skull-like expression on it, and would use this mask as a scare tactic against those who were "marked" by Pope.
Fisher and at least a dozen Reapers appear on a dark road adorned on both sides with bodies hanging from posts. Suddenly, the Reapers open fire on Maggie and her group, killing Roy and severely injuring Cole. As the Alexandrians flee into the woods, the Reapers chase after them.
Chaos breaks out in the woods as Fisher and the Reapers hunt down members of Maggie's group, killing Cole and injuring several others, including Duncan, Negan, Daryl, and Gabriel.
While Daryl is being taken in for interrogation by Carver and Powell, Fisher can be seen amongst his comrades within Meridian. He is later seen waiting with the Reapers as Daryl and Leah emerge from a burning trailer. Fisher is seated around the campfire eating dinner with his fellow Reapers including the newly recruited Daryl Dixon. He is shocked and disturbed when Pope horrifically kills Bossie by throwing him in the fire.
Fisher is among the several Reapers who are sent out to check the house their prisoner had said Maggie and the others were hiding in. Paired up in a squad lead by Leah working alongside Daryl, Carver, Powell, Fisher is sent with the last two to breach the back entrance of the home, after which he and his squad-mates check every room in the house before declaring it "clear". Leah sends Washington, Powell, and Fisher to check the rest of the town, while she, Daryl, and Carver stay behind to give the building a once over.
Fisher is among the Reapers on the wall speculating why the herd of undead in the distance are meandering around like that. He later witnesses the walkers return and be blown up by the mines. When Maggie lets a horde of walkers inside the walls, Fisher helps clear the herd with Boone and Austin. Later Gabriel begins to shoot at him with a sniper, but he manages to take cover. He later begins to fight Maggie and gets a walker thrown at him by Negan. He is then told by Leah to fall back, he orders the other Reapers to do the same.
Fisher attacks Maggie as she escapes the hwacha. He gains the upperhand, but Maggie manages to push him into the hwacha’s line of fire, where he gets hit by the arrow and explodes as it kills him.
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After finding her, Fisher gets into a fight with Maggie. Despite getting the jump on her, Maggie ends up pushing him into the hwacha’s line of fire. One of the explosives hits him and blows him up.
This list shows the victims Fisher has killed:
- Ms. Adams (Possibly)
- Teresa (Possibly)
- Duncan (Possibly)
- Numerous counts of enemy combatants (Pre-Apocalypse)
- Possibly unnamed Meridian residents
- Numerous counts of zombies and unnamed people
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- In the Memoriam on Talking Dead for "No Other Way", he is credited as Baby, You're a Firework! Reaper.