It certainly does
I've noticed that while leveling I
have my camera moving far more often then I do on my pve charecters.
Thank goodness I play at a time during the day when most griefers are
offline. Though a few still tend to snag a peice of my poor druids buttocks.
Heh. When I leveled my first Rogue (Horde) I didn't have a clue about
PvP and avoided it if at all possible, though by 60 something I was a little
I'm working on an Ally Rogue (Dwarf) right now and I'm much more
comfortable. There was a Horde mage rampaging through one of the Ally
towns and it was fun trying to do something to him, even though he was
30+ levels higher than me. We both has a good laugh at my feeble
attempts at ganking him.
I can see how many players would be much happier on a PvE server, though.
I heard that Age of Conan was far worse for griefing, though.