I’d be happy enough running this in any aggressive deck. For that deck to be successful, you’re going to want enough 2-drops so that this works out well. Mentor on a 3-power creature is basically free in that regard, and I don’t expect it to require you to draft very differently than you would otherwise. In a defensive deck, this becomes a lot less interesting, which is true of most mentor creatures.
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