For the first time in a long time I participated in a paper constructed event. I usually participate in pre-release tournaments and maybe a draft once in a blue moon but not constructed. Playing competitive constructed Magic just takes too much time and effort, at least in the Standard format. I could try an eternal format like Modern but the meta-game is rather large and would require a large initial investment (both time and money) to be competitive.
Thankfully, the friendly local game store (Great White Entertainment) hosted a legacy Pauper tournament. And fortunately for me I had built a legacy Pauper deck a while back to mirror one I played a lot on MTGO. It's a ridiculously fun deck and can win out of nowhere while also rewarding skillful play as some match-ups require it. I wasn't running the most optimal version but I had no idea what the competition would be so didn't think a fully optimized version was necessary. Unfortunately I was wrong. Still had fun and now I know what to expect for next time.
The deck I played is as follows and the event only ran 3 rounds due to time constraints and having only 10 people participating.