Originally Posted By: 77_Scout
If we use auto-pilot to help with difficult tasks like maintaining formation or navigating or whatever, then there is no hope to learn to do these things on our own, no hope to improve our skills, and no hope to experience more of the real WW1 experience. It's a chicken and egg thing. If I use auto-pilot because I find these things too hard to do, then I will always find these things too hard to do because I use auto-pilot.

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