Improvised Weapon Mastery (Combat)
You can turn nearly any object into a deadly weapon, from a razor-sharp chair leg to a sack of flour.
Benefit: You do not suffer any penalties for using an improvised weapon. Increase the amount of damage dealt by the improvised weapon by one step (for example, 1d4 becomes 1d6) to a maximum of 1d8 (2d6 if the improvised weapon is two-handed). The improvised weapon has a critical threat range of 19–20, with a critical multiplier of ×2.
Endzeitgeist Says: More damage and threat ranges render your improvised weapons more deadly - problem being that they still do not bypass DR etc. and become increasingly less relevant for damage and more for the moment of surprise provided by Catch Off-Guard.