How do Hippie and Backlash interact? We ran into this in our last game and we had a long discussion over the interaction of the two cards.
(1) Backlash works on all of the attacks, reflecting the attacks back to the individual attackers during the "Hippie" round.
(2) Backlash works on all of the attacks, reflecting the attacks back to the player who played the Hippie card.
(3) Backlash only works on an individual attack within the "Hippie" round.
Also, when a Hippie is played, we couldn't decide whether the victim gets to allocate his defenses after ALL attacks have been played by all attackers, or whether the victim has to decide to defend against each particular attack as they are played by the individual attackers. Part of the confusion is caused by the fact that the "Faster" description specifically mentions Hippies, and it didn't make much sense to insist that the Faster (and accompanying Dodge/Block) had to be played at the outset, as it would seriously decrease the incentive to take advantage of the free Hippie attack (of course considerations would include whether a Block or Dodge was played with the Faster, as this would some attacks more desirable than others).
Thanks for any help you can offer.