Razzly grows up with her sister, Rosetta, living a free-spirited life on Water Dragon Isle. Like the other fairies, she appreciates all lifeforms on the planet, and unlike some other Demi-humans, does not have grudges against humans. In 1020 A.D., she voyages to Hydra Marshes, in search of the last living Hydra. However, the Dwarves catch her snooping around and imprison her in the Pentapus lair, hoping the monster will eat her. Around this time, Serge locates her and releases her. She accompanies the party from then on. After the Hydra is slain, Razzly finds newborn babies in its womb. Traveling with Serge back to Water Dragon Isle, she finds the Dwarves have ransacked the village. With Serge's help, she defeats the intruders. Rather than choosing to slay them, she offers them redemption by suggesting they tend to the living Hydra babies in the Marshes; her sister, Rosetta, also survives the attack. Vilifying Serge for killing the Hydra and causing the Dwarves to seek out the fairies, they prohibit him from returning to their village. Razzly defends him, however, journeying with him until the Time Devourer stands vanquished.
Alternatively, if Serge does not bring Razzly with him to the battle against the Hydra, the newborn babies are not discovered and Rosetta dies. Rosetta's dying wish reinvigorated the fairy tree, resulting in the growth of Razzly's level seven technique, Raz-Flower.
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In the Japanese version, her name was "Lazuli", after the semi-precious stone. Razzly likely stems from the word razzle-dazzle, which appropriately defines the animations for her techs, as well as her colorful outfits. Razzly may also be an adaption of raspberry, since Green Innate draw power from nature and plants. Additionally, raspberry may be a word used to describe the color of her hair or her diminutive physiology.