Used to describe the great power, only achieved when the two RW's meet!
The faction has the power to sort this out, but we'd have more if only Byron Cobb could join The Faction.
by Mcbobzorz February 11, 2010
A number of citizens, whether amounting to a majority or a minority of the whole, who are united and actuated by some common impulse of passion, or of interest, adversed to the rights of other citizens, or to the permanent and aggregate interests of the community.
Yo momma's so stupid she thought James Madison was part of the Antifederalist party.
by Hablacraja November 10, 2003
A fact that became fiction, due to excess exaggeration. Usually describing stories told by others.
The story John told you about the party was so factional, he didn't get laid at all.
by Martin Martyr March 19, 2009
Minecraft Factions is a Minecraft game mode where you work together with friends and create a team.
I am going to play minecraft factions!
by MudManSon July 3, 2018
This isn't an urban word, for one thing, but if the front page suggestion insists...

A group of persons forming a cohesive, usually contentious minority within a larger group.

The teams in the PC game, Alpha Centauri, are factions
Faction eradicated. Lady Deidre Skye has been captured and is awaiting your interrogation.
by Kenthar November 10, 2003
A mindset in which a person thinks only or mostly of the group s/he belongs to, sometimes to the detriment of others.
Some factionistic Serbs refuse to acknowledge the Srebrenica massacre.
by UmmAgummA July 11, 2005
A term used to describe an orgaization or guild. Usually used in RPGs.
The Steel Faction is a dangerous group of cocksmokers.
by Logan November 11, 2003