Review Summary: An absolute powerhouse in hobbit decks using ring-sphere Frodo
This is an extremely powerful card in hobbit decks that use one of the variations of the ring-sphere Frodo (e.g., Frodo Baggins, Frodo Baggins, Frodo Baggins, Frodo Baggins). For a hobbit deck of this kind that is oriented to questing you will usually have four questing hobbit-heroes, which means that you will gain four willpower and (net) three cards for only two ring-resources. This card can single-handedly refill your hand when you are running low on cards and it gives a substantial bump to the willpower contribution to the quest. This is one of the most cost-effective draw-engines in the game --- it is roughly comparable to Mithrandir's Advice in mono-spirit, or Campfire Tales in a large multiplayer game, even before factoring in the willpower gain.
For hobbit decks using ring-sphere Frodo, I highly recommend running three copies of this card. In my own play with this type of deck this card (see decklist here) is the most powerful card in the deck and is definitely the one I most like to have in my hand. Its ability to give you a strong questing turn and also draw into new cards is extremely useful. It allows you to take charge of the questing in a large fellowship and also ensures that you do not run out of cards in the long-game. The card is excellent in combination with three copies of Drinking Song, since the latter allows you to search for it early in the game and get a roll-on with card draw.