Minecraft Villager Jobs And Trading
- 1 Minecraft Villager Jobs And Trading
- 2 How many Minecraft villager jobs are there?
- 3 How to breed your Minecraft villagers?
- 4 FAQ’s
Minecraft Villager Jobs And Trading: To make the most out of your Minecraft world, it’s a good idea to get to know Minecraft villagers to help you find new resources and gear.
Modern Minecraft villagers are much more than mere wanderers who mutter at each other, unlike their ancestors.
You can learn a lot about your emerald-loving neighbors, including villager jobs and villager trades. If you need more workers to trade with, there are even villager breeding options.
Villagers are neutral nobs. They won’t attack you but they will be there to help you on your adventures.
They can be useful, just like animal mobs. Spending enough time volunteering in the community and learning how to trade with locals will increase your popularity, and eventually, you can get some really good deals on the emeralds that you have been collecting.
Do not be discouraged by their rude attitudes. We will show you how to identify the rank and job of a villager, how to get the most from your villager trades, and how to breed more.
You can even cure zombie villagers to gain extra goodwill. This is everything you need to be a Star Trader or Hero of the Village.
How many Minecraft villager jobs are there?
Minecraft’s villages bustle with activity and nearly every villager has a job. Many of them will be easily identifiable by their attire and activities, such as farmers, armorers, and librarians.
The type of buildings built for the village will determine which villagers’ jobs are available. A villager can claim a block of jobs for different types of buildings, such as libraries or temples.
There are two types of villagers who don’t have jobs and can’t trade with you. The “nitwit” villager is a green-clad person who shakes their head at the click.
Unemployed villagers cannot also trade but can switch to a tradeable occupation if they find a job that is available nearby.
Most villagers will already have jobs when they visit a new village. You can influence the job they choose by creating new job blocks near your village if you decide to breed more villages (more details below).
Every profession has its own set of tradeable items. These are the trades and job blocks that each profession has.
|Villager jobs and trades|
|Villager Job||Job Block||Trades|
|Armorer||Blast Furnace||Chain, iron, enchanted diamond armor|
|Butcher||Smoker||Meats, berries, stew|
|Cartographer||Cartography Table||Banners, compass, banner patterns, maps|
|Cleric||Brewing Stand||Ender pearls, Redstone dust, glowstone dust, potion ingredients|
|Farmer||Composter||Crops and foods|
|Fisherman||Barrel||Campfires and fishing items|
|Fletcher||Fletching Table||Bows, crossbows, arrows|
|Leatherworker||Cauldron||Turtle scutes, rabbit hides, leather items|
|Librarian||Lectern||Enchanted books, clocks, compass, name tags, glass, ink sacs, lanterns, book, and quill|
|Mason||Stonecutter||Polished stone, terracotta, clay, quartz|
|Shepherd||Loom||Shears, wool, dyes, paintings, beds|
|Toolsmith||Smithing Table||Minerals, bells, tools|
|Weaponsmith||Grindstone||Minerals, bells, enchanted weapons|
It’s much easier to acquire certain materials if you are willing to invest some time in developing your village than it is searching the world for them.
As Villagers gain more experience trading with you, the quality of their trades will improve. To unlock better items, invest in the early trades.
Villagers who have jobs will wear a badge to indicate their level of experience. The most skilled villagers offer the best trades.
- Novice: Stone
- Apprentice: Iron
- Journeyman: Gold
- Expert: Emerald
- Master: Diamond
How to breed your Minecraft villagers?
You will need to increase the number of villagers to have access to different jobs. Although it might seem odd to be involved in the procreation of your villager’s children.
you can breed them just like you do with animal mobs. You will need extra beds and food gifts, which is not the case with animal breeding.
Villagers can breed themselves, so you don’t have to play cupid. If you want to speed things up, make sure your Villagers have enough food.
A full stomach can put a Villager in the right mood for love. Three Bread, twelve Carrots, 12 Potatoes, and 12 Beetroots will suffice to satiate a Villager.
This should be done with two Villagers. Make sure they are in close proximity to one another. You will need to give them each a bed, along with one for the baby. You can even set up whole breeding farms (Minecraft can be a strange game).
A baby’s 20-minute lifespan is enough time for a career. This makes you appreciate the 16 years of schooling a little more.
Another way to increase the number of villagers is to cure rare zombie villagers. To make them human again, you can give them a Weakness splash potion and feed them a golden Apple.
Even more Minecraft villager details
If lightning strikes a Villager or close to one, they will become a Witch. I don’t mean that they will try to sell you healing crystals. Witches can be dangerous so make sure you get rid of them.
Villagers may raid villages from time to time. If you are able to defend the village, you will be awarded the title of ‘Hero of the Village.’ You’ll be able to get higher rates for trades and even receive gifts from the local townsfolk. It pays to be kind.
An attack on a Villager can turn the village against you and lead to higher trade demands. This can be offset by saving them or taking their last item in a trade. But it is far easier to not attack them at all.
What are the 15 Minecraft villager jobs?
Here is the list:
- Armorer: Blast Furnace.
- Butcher: Smoker.
- Cartographer: Cartography Table.
- Cleric: Brewing Stand.
- Farmer: Composter.
- Fisherman: Barrel.
- Fletcher: Fletching Table.
- Leatherworker: Cauldron.
What is the rarest villager in Minecraft?
The swamp villager is one of the rarest types of villagers in Minecraft. This is because it’s very uncommon for villagers to spawn in a swamp biome. They can be encountered if two players breed in a swamp biome.
What does a butcher trade in Minecraft?
Butcher: Trades meats, berries, stew, and kelp blocks. Cartographer: Trades maps, compasses, banners + patterns.
What is the rarest village house in Minecraft?
Blacksmiths, butchers, and churches are the rarest buildings. While small villages might not have all of these, large villages could have multiples.