I'm aware of how $FIRST$ and $FOLLOW$ sets are used to construct a parsing table for $LL(1)$ grammars.
However, I've encountered this statement from my notes:
With $\epsilon$ productions in the grammar, we may have to look beyond the current non-terminal to what can come after it
In my opinion, this suggests that $FOLLOW$ is not necessary for $LL(1)$ grammars that have no $\epsilon$ transition. Am I wrong? And if I'm not, why is this the case?