Rograkh, Son of Rohgahh
Legendary Creature — Kobold Warrior
First strike, menace, trample
Partner (You can have two commanders if both have partner.)
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
Rograkh, Son of Rohgahh Discussion
1 month ago
You can straight up put Rograkh, Son of Rohgahh as partner and have him as a sac outlet. And if you do choose to put him i also suggest Vorpal Sword and Skull Storm. (I have my deck with rog and tev in my profile if you wanna check it out and grab some ideas)
1 month ago
Anyways with that whole kickstarter thing going on I noticed that the professor hasn't made a video so in case anyone was wondering
Some regular guys non-foil/foil
Void Winnower - 16.07/20.46
Vengevine - 10.71/12.95
Collector Ouphe - 5.63/33.07
Goblin Settler - 48.71/N/a
Non foil: 81.12 Foil: 115.19
Foil: B / non-foil: C+
There's a good bit of value with this secret lair. Goblin settlers getting its' first foil printing is definitely noteworthy. Also, if you're into the Adventure Time art style you'll like be picking this up anyways.
Showcase: Streets of New Capenna
Atraxa, Praetors' Voice - 30.77/35.53
Breya, Etherium Shaper - 7.98/9.84
Yidris, Maelstrom Wielder - N/A/8.84
Non-foil: 47.59 foil: 54.21
Non-foil - D foil: C-
This grade pains me because I REALLY think the art on these is beautiful and they'll likely include a Kynaios and Tiro of Meletis in the same style as a bonus card but putting personal preferance and speculation aside the value just is not here.
Special Guest: Matt Jukes Foil Edition
Glacial Fortress - 3.71/11.25
Drowned Catacomb - 7.28/17.46
Dragonskull Summit - 3.79/6.96
Rootbound Crag - 3.81/6.55
Sunpetal Grove - 3.89/5.96
Non-foil: 22.48 foil: 48.18
Non-foil - F foil - D-
The value in these really speaks for itself.
Artist Series: Magali Villeneuve
Mother of Runes - 4.91/Varies
Death's Shadow - 6.12/10.19
Elvish Mystic - .45/9.97
Forest - N/A
Non-foil - 11.48 Foil: N/A
Non-foil - F Foil - D-
The biggest thing out of this lair is the foil Mother of Runes the prices fluctuates so much with the older foils it's hard to set an exact price to obtain a foil one; if we look at the previous secret lairs those versions of Mother of Runes are sitting at about 6-10 a piece.
Artist Series: Sidharth Chaturvedi
Concordant Crossroads - 46.87/N/A
Nomad Outpost - 1.06/5.74
Ghost Quarter - 1.12/16.90
Island - N/A
Non-foil: 49.05 foil: 69.51
Non-foil: D- foil: C
Essentially this lair is being carried by the fact that Concordant Crossroads only has 1 printing and has never had a foil printing. If you need one or would like to get a foil one knows your chance but outside of that its just some bulky cards with nice art.
Artist Series: Wayne Reynolds
Sram, Senior Edificer - .25/6.09
Torbran, Thane of Red Fell - .95/1.89
Depala, Pilot Exemplar - .23/1.65
Balthor the Defiled - 10.95/59.61
Non-foil: 12.38 Foil: 69.24
Non-foil - F Foil - C
This lair is also being carried by 1 card that has only 1 printing the rest is bulk.
Finally! Left-Handed Magic Cards
Sisay, Weatherlight Captain - .98/6.02
Empress Galina - 18.31/206.82
Geralf's Messenger - 9.89/34.48
Rograkh, Son of Rohgahh - .26/.41
Garruk, Caller of Beasts - 8.20/23.41
Non-foil: 37.64 foil; 271.14
Non-foil - C Foil: A
While Empress Galina is definitely the chase card out of this; it still has value in the other slots too outside of Roger - but even Roger is still highly playable.
Anyways, after doing all the math and putting this all together I appreciate the professor doing this and compiling it a video format. Also, which secret lairs if any are you planning to get?
1 month ago
2 months ago
Seems unnecessarily confusing. Color identity is already a point of much befuddlement and discord--no need to add to that confusion and debate, imo.
Just imagine the conversation with a new player:
Player 1: "So you can only run cards in your commander's color identity, which is different from its color and is determined by all the color pips found on the card. But sometimes you'll see colors on a card that don't actually matter, like for the Extort mechanic. Also, even though basic lands are colorless and don't have any color pips on them, they actually do have color pips, they're just hidden, so you can only play the ones in your commander's color identity. Also, even though Rograkh, Son of Rohgahh doesn't have any color pips on it, there's a little red bubble on the side here which means it's red in identity."
Player 2: "...?"
Player 1: "Yeah also never mind all that for these 4 commanders, but only for specific cards."
Player 2: "I think I'm gonna stick to Modern..."
3 months ago
If any of these cards interest you, a really low cost commander like Rograkh, Son of Rohgahh would be a good fit.
I'm at a loss for anything else at the moment. Sorry!
4 months ago
5 months ago
It seems very strong, but it might be okay for a commander set. I mean, Fierce Guardianship in Rograkh, Son of Rohgahh exists : ) Maybe it would be more balanced if it was specifically noncreature like guardianship. Or if it was for creatures and gave the opponent a free polymorph.
Either way, seems fun. It would probably be hard to make a free counter that wouldn't see just all the play in the world : )
6 months ago
Because it's budget restricted, a few changes I've made are over budget so have to address those.
The biggest thing I'm trying to do is ensure that I get off the ground fast with Rograkh, Son of Rohgahh, so need some more quick equipment, or maybe some enchantment based as I'm out of low mana valu and low cost (budget) options really. I find some games, he's not engaging until T3 when really need him swinging T2 consistent and building toward unblockable / too large to handle.