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Minecraft Villager Jobs: A Information
Ever since 1.14 Village & Pillage, the villages of Minecraft have been completely changed. There's been a complete overhaul of the way that trading is conducted, item economy and the tasks each villager has to take on. This guide will give you an in-depth outline of how you can manage your villager's trading. You should be able identify the most efficient method to acquire the items that you need at the end. Let's begin!
What are the Countless Villager jobs in Minecraft?
There are currently 15 villager jobs available in Minecraft. This is an overview of all the possible jobs that a villager could take. You can place the job block that matches the job you're looking for next to Unemployed Villager if you want to apply for a job. The job assigned to the villager will determine what trades they will offer. If you don't have an unemployed Villager, you may destroy the job block a villager is using. If you're unable to get the desired trades from a villager you can remove the job block and place it again to reload their trades.
The types of villagers in Minecraft
Armorer – Offers armor and Chainmail. Blast Furnace Butcher is a job block that offers emeralds as well as cooked meat. Job Block Smoker
Cartographer offers maps and banner Paterns. Job Block: Cartography Table
Cleric - Offers magical items and even Bottle o' Enchanting. Job Block: Brewing Stand
Farmer - Provides high-end food products and even brewing equipment. Job Block: Composter
Fisherman - Offers fish, and even an amusing Fishing Rod. Job Block: Barrel
Fletcher offers bows, arrows, flint, and even Tipped Arrows. Job Block: Fletching Table
Leatherworker - Offers Leather Armor, Horse Armor, and even Saddles. Cauldron is the main job block
Librarian Offers Enchanted Books, Name Tags, and more Job Block: Lectern
Mason - Offers bricks and blocks in cut versions. Job Block Stonecutter
Nitwit - Offers nothing. Essentially useless. Job Block N/A
Shepherd - Offers a variety of colored wools and paintings. Job BLock - Loom
Toolsmith - Offers tools of varying quality, even enchanted! Job Block: Smithing Table
Unemployed - Offers no job however, they can be employed. Job Block N/A
Weaponsmith - Sells iron and Diamond Swords/Axes. magical! Job Block: Grindstone
Not only do the tasks of villager vary based on their job and their appearance, but they also have to differ for every biome. SERVERS To ensure each job remains distinct, they keep traits that are specific to their profession. All Farmers will wear straw hats, and all Librarians will have glasses.
Mojang introduced the fantastic concept of 'Supply and demand in Mojang 1.14. This means that if a transaction is done too often, not only will the villager run short of inventory, but also prices (the quantity of the items or gemstones you have to exchange) will rise. Trades can be done around 4 times before stock runs out. Villagers replenish their stock every day. The price of an item can decrease in the event that it isn't traded.
Both the villager and player gain experience when they trade. When villagers level up, the next tier of trades can be unlocked. There are five levels of trades for each villager that unlock higher quality items. A villager's level is represented by the color of their badge on their clothing, which ranges from Novice(Stone), Apprentice(Iron), Journeyman(Gold), Expert(Emerald) and up to Master(Diamond).
It may sound odd, but it is true that there is one villager that is very different from the others. The Wandering Trader is a passive Mob that appears randomly throughout the world, with seemingly no pattern. When it appears, it has two leashed trading llamas, which are basically normal llamas but with a cosmetic change. Another thing that is unique about this Villager is that it does not have trading levels, meaning that the trades that you've rolled with him are the ones you're stuck with. Don't worry, though the trades he's made will reset when he spawns again.
The trades of the Wandering Trader are often obscure and difficult to locate. Not particularly impressive or powerful however, they are nevertheless valuable. The Wandering Trader disappears within 40-60 minutes.
As an athlete, you enjoy a level of popularity. This is reduced by taking negative actions such as attacking villagers however, it is increased by trading frequently or curing zombie villager. Negative actions increase prices however positive actions reduce them.
Let's say that your village is spontaneously attacked by Illagers when you happen to be in the area, and you manage to stop the attack. You will be rewarded with the 'Hero of The Village' status effect which will further reduce prices for trade (except for trades that cost 1 emerald.)
Those are the basics of Villager Jobs and trading in villages. You should now be able manage a villager farm like an expert! Mojang believes that it is necessary to rip the carpet from right under our feet often, and for better or worse, trading can be a little more complex with Supply & Demand mechanics, along with popularity functions. You can exploit these features to either greatly help you, or even make trading a mess on your Minecraft server. I hope this guide served you well. I wish you the best and a lot of success!