I like a good hotpot with duck's blood, but it might not be to your taste. PVP is like that for me. Some like a PVP environment, but it doesn't interest me and so I've had mixed feelings about references to MoP trying to promote world PVP. For those of you who might not have seen this, there is finally a bit of news about what MoP will offer for PVP.
I have mixed feelings about some of the news. For example, it is nice that they are now able to start tweaking things to adjust for differences between PVP and PVE realms (adjusting the level and spawn rate of guards). On the other hand, I am less pleased about seeing world PVP given as an excuse for revisiting the worn out new expansion flight license.
Azeroth and the History of Flight:
Vanilla: "Why can these guys at the FP sell me a ride, but I can't learn to fly the darned thing myself?"
TBC: "Hey! I can fly! Why can't I fly back in Azeroth? Those guys at the FP aren't having any trouble."
WotLK: "Erm, OK, I get it. This is a horrible, cold place. I can fly now? Great! Why can't I figure out how to fly in the rest of Azeroth?"
Cata: "Doh! You mean I forgot to get a flight license? Have some gold! We're good now? Almost? What do you mean this thing isn't valid in Darkmoon Faire or Firelands?"
MoP: "What do you mean about 'cultural sensitivity'? You're afraid my gryphon is going to do what when flying over a temple? Look, Adal didn't have any problems with that! This is a shakedown, isn't it?"
<Rhode puts his coffee down and tries to stop frothing.>
Back to world PVP and MoP!
Perhaps the most interesting comments for me were those about how changes in technology have let them begin to make distinctions between PVP and PVE realms and how they're looking at making leveling zones cross realm. If they're starting to implement distinctions between PVP and PVE realms and to do more cross realm grouping, maybe one day they'll take the step of further differentiating PVP and PVE play. I'm not holding my breath, but it is nice to think that this could reduce some of the friction caused by trying to balance classes across different playing styles.
Really, try the duck's blood, you might like it! On the other hand, I'll continue to leave PVP to those who like it.