Again your are just assuming I’m using a big hitting 2h like you do. If I have a twf kukri build that crits on 15-20 and attacks 8 times, a blinding crit on the first or 2nd strike literally ensures that all other 7 or 6 attacks hit as well (besides the occasional 1). Not everyone wants to play a 2h glaive swinging fighter. Or combat maneuver shenanigans or whatever you are actually playing.
Improved crit is a must if you want to play a crit fishing build. Just hoping to get a good weapon with keen on it is funnily exactly the opposite of your “take any weapon” approach.
Firstly, I don’t play as a trickster, I answered OP, but once again you don’t read or don’t comprehend. Secondly, the trickster crit feats are a menchanic as any other mythic mechanic, if someone wants to see high numbers they sure can. Maybe stop patronizing everyone that they play wrong while you know literally just one playstyle.
Fighter is one of those classes. Especially in this game where a lot of other great fighter feats are not in the game. Disruptive for example is in the game and a good feat. But without spellbreaker (attack of opportunity when spell fails) it is not outstanding. That’s why in-game weapon specialization is so great, a +2 to dmg is kind of meh, but it is the benchmark you have to beat as a feat.
Combat reflex in combination with seize the moment / outflank for example beats that benchmark easily. Hammer the gap on the other hand does not meet it. Power attack can meet it on a 2h build, but wont meet it for a twf build.
So go ahead tell me how I play wrong without giving any thought to my arguements as you do always in this forum. Just like with the trickster comment, you don’t even say what annoys you about them you just state them as “meme” and bring nothing to the discussion.