In this environment, new routes and new blockages are created constantly, and chaotically. This is because the environment is fully destructible, and the debris can create new obstacles.
In such an environment, nothing can be pre-computed. What would be a good way to sense the traversability in such a world? There is no concept of a grid in my world, b.t.w, but I wonder if I should introduce an artificial one for the purpose of planning.
But if navigation could be achieved without a grid, that would be much better of course.
Note that the navigation is not merely dynamic in the sense that certain transitions get opened/closed, but actually chaotic. This stops me from a simple approach of enabling/disabling certain edges on the navigation mesh. That approach would be usable if, e.g. a gate gets locked/unlocked. But in my case, in a blink of an eye, the routes could be drastically changed where simple mutations of a pre-computed mesh are not doable.