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My question is about this game for little people:

The set is nice quality, it's fun and quick to play, and very collaborative without much strategy. Along with the stems, lilies and frogs, the set includes a dozen dragonfly tokens. But nowhere in the (small) rulebook or online can I find reference to how the dragonflies are used in the game.

Any ideas? What do you do with your dragonflies?

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Point trackers? – ikegami Jan 19 '14 at 20:35
Sometimes you can get a hint from how they are named in the rules. Check the list of the box's contents. – ikegami Jan 19 '14 at 20:37
The contents and rules that came with the game make no mention of the dragonflies. But I just found a newer set of English rules in the (cute but very difficult to navigate) Djaco website, which says they are point counters. – Jeff Snider Jan 19 '14 at 21:52
@Jeff Snider - That website is insane(I gave up)! If you can post a direct link to the English rules as an answer, that would be great. – ire_and_curses Jan 19 '14 at 22:00
@ire_and_curses, And you call yourself a gamer? Shame on you! ;) After the loading to 100%, you gotta through another wait to 100% which appear over the dude's head. Then pick a language from the road sign that pops up, then pick "Rules" from the menu that appears on the bottom. Easy! ;) – ikegami Jan 20 '14 at 0:02
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Rules on the publisher's site lists them as follows in the box's contents:

15 “point won” counters

The only other mention of them in the rules follows:

When all the elements have been placed on the platform, the game is won. Each player thus takes a “point won”.

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I'd add the comment that there is a picture of the dragonfly counters with "15x" next to it, before the text you quote. Here's the deep link, for those without the patience to navigate the cute website: – Jeff Snider Jan 20 '14 at 2:23
I already provided that link in my answer. I'm not sure how to mention the pictures or see the point of it. – ikegami Jan 20 '14 at 3:26

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