I rolled on a pvp server with the intention of being actively involved in world pvp. Sadly, it took me 48 levels to get my first real taste of it. On Lotham, Defiants and Guardians seem largely intent to not only ignore each other most of the time, but often help each other. Activities like tanking an elite quest mob for another faction player or giving directions to the next quest hub aren't the kinds of activities I expected. I regularly will march my mount casually through droves of Guardians without so much as turning a head.
Honestly, I found it kind of funny. Some pve players cite ganking and griefing as their reasons to avoid pvp servers. Not only was Lotham almost entirely devoid of that, but rift invasions were ironically far more grief that I've ever found players to be. having invasions take over your quest hub until you kill them all can be fairly bothersome when trying to pve.
All that changed today though. At level 48, in Shimmeringsand, someone finally tried to grief me. It started out very simple; we were both questing in the Prison area of Shimmersand--and there could not be a more fun place for this to have happened. We both were on the same quest to gather an object, but my guardian assassin friend decide she deserved first dibs, and so I was sapped. The game was then on. I had three levels on her, but it's still tough to take on a stealther in an area full of yellow mobs who will hesitate to rebuke the assailant. It ended 5-2 in my favor (as I did have the level advantage), but it was the most fun I've had in the game yet.
What about the rest of you? Have pvp servers been overly tame? Have you had any fun pvp adventures?