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The feasibility of pathfinding rests heavily on the characteristics of the map. On a map with very few areas of rough terrain, pathfinding is useless, but on maps containing a lot of rough terrains it becomes extremely valuable - potentially even more so than Logistics. Pathfinding can always be recommended as a secondary skill for scout type secondary heroes, but it may also be valuable for the main hero(es). It should be noted that some factions' native terrains include rough terrains, which may affect the necessity of pathfinding.