From the moment you download Minecraft, you should know that, the villagers are an important part of the game if you want to keep your most precious fields or objects.

The villagers' professions

The villagers are important figures in the game, and thanks to their participation you have the possibility of carrying out different activities that include trading. In addition, this also depends on the professions of each one, and for this reason, they are mentioned below.

Profession Job

Smoker Butcher.

Cartographer Cartography table.

Priest Support for potions.

Compost Farmer.

Fisherman Barrel.

Flechador Arrow table.

Cauldron Furrier.

Lectern Librarian.

mason stonecutter

Shepherd Loom.

Armorsmith Blast Furnace.

Tools blacksmith Blacksmith table.

Blacksmith of weapons Sharpener.                                                                                                                                                                               

How to change the jobs and professions of the villagers?

The first thing you should do is start destroy the building block with which your profession is currently identified. 

However, it is important to note that the moment you destroy a villager's job block they will be upset. If you want to avoid that, what you should do is make sure another block of work is available.

Villager Trades and Changes

The changes and trades are carried out, thanks to the participation of each one of the villagers.

Villager Armorsmith

  • 15 coals, and you get emerald.
  • 5 emeralds for an iron helmet.
  • 9 emeralds to get an iron breastplate. 
  • You must exchange 7 emeralds if you want iron greaves.
  • 4 emeralds for iron boots.
  • 4 iron ingots per emerald.
  • Exchange 36 emeralds for a bell.
  • 3 Emeralds to get Chainmail Greaves.
  • 1 emerald for chainmail boots.
  • 1 bucket with lava per emerald.
  • 1 diamond in exchange for an emerald.
  • 1 emerald for a case of chain mail.
  • 4 emeralds for a chainmail breastplate. 
  • 5 emeralds for a shield.
  • From 9 to 33 emeralds in exchange for Diamond Greaves.
  • 13 to 27 emeralds to exchange for diamond boots.
  • 13 to 27 emeralds to exchange for a diamond case.
  • With 21 or 35 emeralds you can change to get a diamond breastplate.

Butcher 

  • 14 raw chickens for an emerald. 
  • 7 raw pork chops in exchange for an emerald.
  • 4 raw rabbits to get an emerald.
  • 1 emerald to get 4 cooked pork chops. 
  • 1 emerald to get 8 roast chickens.
  • 7 raw lambs to exchange for an emerald. 
  • 10 raw steaks for an emerald.
  • 10 blocks of dried seaweed for an emerald.
  • 10 sweet berries for an emerald.

Cartographer

  • 24 papers for 1 emerald.
  • 7 emeralds for a blank map.
  • 11 glass panels for one emerald.
  • 13 emeralds + 1 compass, for an ocean exploration map.
  • 1 compass for an emerald.
  • 14 emeralds +1 compass for a forest exploration map.
  • 7 emeralds in exchange for a mark.
  • 3 emeralds to get a banner of any color.
  • 8 emeralds in exchange for a planet print.

Priest

  • 32 rotten meats in exchange for an emerald.
  • 1 emerald for 2 redstone dust.
  • 3 gold bars for an emerald.
  • 1 emerald for one lapis lazuli.
  • 2 rabbit's feet for an emerald.
  • 4 emeralds in exchange for a luminous stone.
  • 4 turtle scales for an emerald.
  • 9 glass vials for one emerald.
  • 5 emeralds for an ender pearl.
  • 22 Nether warts in exchange for an emerald.
  • 3 emeralds for a flask with experience.

Farmer

  • 20 wheat for an emerald.
  • 26 potatoes for an emerald.
  • 22 carrots in exchange for an emerald.
  • 15 beets in exchange for an emerald.
  • 1 emerald for 6 loaves.
  • 6 pumpkins for an emerald.
  • 1 emerald for 4 pumpkin pies.
  • 1 emerald for 4 apples.
  • 4 watermelons in exchange for an emerald. 
  • 3 emeralds for 18 cookies. 
  • 1 emerald in exchange for a cake.
  • 1 emerald for a suspicious stew 5 seconds of night vision.
  • 1 emerald per suspicious stew 8 seconds super jump.
  • 1 emerald per suspected stew 7 seconds of weakness.
  • 1 emerald for a suspicious stew 6 seconds of blindness.
  • 1 emerald in exchange for a suspicious stew 14 seconds of poison.
  • 1 emerald for a suspicious stew 0,35 seconds of saturation.
  • 3 emeralds for 3 golden carrots.
  • 4 Emeralds for 3 Shimmering Watermelon Slices.

Fisherman

  • 20 threads for an emerald.
  • 10 coals for an emerald.
  • 1 emerald + 6 raw cod to get 6 cooked cod.
  • 3 emeralds to get a cube with cod.
  • 15 raw cod for an emerald.
  • 1 emerald + 6 raw salmon to get 6 smoked salmon. 
  • 2 emeralds for a bonfire.
  • 13 raw salmon for an emerald.
  • Between 8 and 22 emeralds to get an enchanted fishing rod.
  • 6 tropical fish for an emerald.
  • 4 puffer fish for an emerald.
  • 1 one of the 5 boats for an emerald.

Fletcher

  • 32 sticks for an emerald.
  • 1 emerald to get 16 arrows.
  • 1 emerald + 10 gravel for 10 flints. 
  • 26 flints for an emerald.
  • 2 emeralds for a bow.
  • 14 threads for an emerald.
  • 3 emeralds for a crossbow.
  • 24 feathers for an emerald.
  • 7 to 21 emeralds for an enchanted bow 
  • 8 rope hooks for one emerald.
  • From 8 to 22 emeralds for an enchanted crossbow.
  • 2 emeralds + 5 arrows for an arrow with effect.

Furrier 

  • 6 hides for an emerald 
  • 3 emeralds for a pair of leather pants.
  • 7 emeralds for a leather tunic. 
  • 26 pedestals in exchange for an emerald.
  • 5 emeralds for a leather hat.
  • 4 emeralds for some leather boots.
  • 9 rabbit skins for an emerald.
  • 7 emeralds for a leather tunic.
  • 4 turtle scales in exchange for an emerald.
  • 6 emeralds for a knight's leather armor.
  • 6 emeralds in exchange for a mount.
  • 5 emeralds for a leather hat.

Librarian

  • 24 papers for an emerald.
  • 5 to 64 emeralds + 1 book in exchange for an enchanted book.
  • 9 emeralds in exchange for a bookstore. 
  • 4 books in exchange for an emerald.
  • 5 to 64 emeralds + 1 book in exchange for an enchanted book. 
  • 1 emerald for a bluff.
  • 5 ink sacks for an emerald. 
  • 5 to 64 emeralds + 1 book in exchange for an enchanted book.
  • 1 emerald for 4 crystals. 
  • 1 book and pen for an emerald.
  • 5 to 64 emeralds + 1 book in exchange for an enchanted book.
  • 5 emeralds for a watch.
  • 4 emeralds for a compass.
  • 20 emeralds for a tag.

Furrier

  • 6 hides for an emerald.
  • 3 emeralds for a pair of leather pants. 
  • 7 emeralds for a leather tunic.
  • 26 flints for an emerald.
  • 5 emeralds for a leather hat.
  • 4 emeralds for some leather boots.
  • 9 rabbit skins for an emerald.
  • 7 emeralds for a body tunic.
  • 4 turtle scales for an emerald.
  • 6 emeralds for a leather horse armor. 
  • 6 emeralds in exchange for a mount. 
  • 5 emeralds for a leather hat.

Builder

  • 10 clay balls in exchange for an emerald.
  • 1 emerald for 10 bricks.
  • 20 stones for an emerald.
  • 1 emerald in exchange for 4 chiseled stone bricks.
  • 16 granites for an emerald.
  • 16 andesitas in exchange for an emerald.
  • 16 diorites for an emerald. 
  • 1 emerald for 4 polished andesites.
  • 1 emerald in exchange for 4 polished granites.
  • 1 emerald for 4 polished diorites.
  • 1 emerald in exchange for 4 speleothem blocks.
  • 12 quartz from the Nether for an emerald.
  • 1 emerald for a terracotta color.
  • 1 emerald in exchange for any color tile.
  • 1 emerald for a quartz pillar.
  • 1 emerald for a quartz.

Pastor 

  • 18 white wool for one emerald.
  • 18 brown wool for one emerald.
  • 18 black wool in exchange for an emerald.
  • 18 gray wool for one emerald.
  • 2 emeralds in exchange for a scissors. 
  • 12 black dyes for one emerald.
  • 12 gray dyes in exchange for an emerald. 
  • 12 lime green dyes for one emerald. 
  • 12 light blue dyes in exchange for an emerald.
  • 12 white dyes for one emerald.
  • 1 emerald for any color of wool.
  • 1 emerald for any carpet color.
  • 12 red dyes for one emerald.
  • 12 light gray dyes in exchange for an emerald.
  • 12 yellow dyes for one emerald.
  • 12 orange dyes for one emerald. 
  • 3 emeralds for any bed color.
  • 12 green dyes for one emerald. 
  • 12 brown dyes for one emerald.
  • 12 blue dyes in exchange for an emerald. 
  • 12 purple dyes in exchange for an emerald.
  • 12 cyan dyes for one emerald.
  • 12 magenta dyes for one emerald. 
  • 3 emeralds for any color of blank banner. 
  • 2 emeralds for 3 paintings.

Blacksmith tools

  • 15 coals for an emerald.
  • 1 emerald in exchange for a stone axe. 
  • 1 emerald for a stone shovel.
  • 1 emerald in exchange for a stone order.
  • 1 emerald for a stone hoe. 
  • 4 iron ingots for an emerald.
  • 36 emeralds for a bell.
  • 30 flints for an emerald.
  • Between 6 and 20 emeralds in exchange for an enchanted iron axe.
  • Between 7 and 21 emeralds for an enchanted iron shovel.
  • Between 8 and 22 emeralds for an enchanted iron pickaxe.
  • 4 emeralds for a diamond hoe.
  • 1 diamond for an emerald.
  • Between 17 and 31 emeralds in exchange for a diamond axe.
  • Between 10 and 24 for a diamond spade.
  • Between 18 and 32 emeralds for an enchanted diamond pick.

Weapons smith

  • 15 coals for an emerald.
  • 3 emeralds for an iron axe.
  • Between 7 and 21 emeralds for an enchanted iron escape.
  • 4 iron ingots for an emerald.
  • 36 emeralds for a bell.
  • 24 flints for an emerald.
  • 1 diamond for an emerald.
  • 17 and 31 emeralds for an enchanted diamond axe.
  • Between 13 and 27 emeralds for an enchanted diamond sword. 

villager generation

Natural

The natural generation of villagers takes place in the houses that have beds and loot in the villages. Each of them appears in different game biomes, as an example, can be: the plains, snowy plains, savannahs, deserts, taigas, and snowy taigas. But, they can also reach other types of biomes such as swamps and jungles. 

The number of villagers that exist depends specifically on the buildings within the village.

per farm

The generation of villagers per farm is achieved from the moment a couple mates, but for this, it is important that they prepare and take into account some conditions. 

  • Not having had babies recently.
  • Include at least three beds inside the house, where the couple and their children can be located.
  • Have enough food in inventory to survive everyone.

Villager Types

Baby villagers

This type of villager appears at the moment that a couple is related, and it is also necessary that they have a profession, food, and also three beds inside their home.

zombie villagers

A villager can be transformed into a zombie by the attack of a zombie villager, but, it depends on the type of difficulty you select for your game. This villager also spawns naturally in the Overworld.

illagers

They are hostile mobs very similar to villagers, but spawn in forest mansions, patrols, invasions, or castles. Furthermore, there are four types; the defenders, summoners, bandits, illusionists if it is the java version, and with two other linked mobs: vex and devastators.

They are commonly known as the outcasts of the village, and they take it upon themselves to attack snow golems, but do not harm baby villagers.

mods for villagers

The word ''Mods'' refers to add-ons or mods that are used to enhance the game for a unique experience. They can change the behaviors of the blocks within the game, add new objects, dimensions, foods, among others. Some of the most popular are the following:

  • Complex: It is one of the best known and adds a series of puzzle maps to the game.
  • Natural disasters: This is a Mod with which you add more dangers to your games with natural disasters caused by tornadoes, meteorites, floods, etc.
  • BuildCraft: It is one of the Mods with which you can make automatic systems, where you must manufacture machinery, pipes, motors, among other things.
  • ComputerCraft: This is a Mods, with which you can learn the LUA programming language.
  • Optifine: It is one of the best because it allows you to optimize the performance of your game, it is recommended for everyone who does not have high-powered computers. 

 Minecraft Villagers FAQ

How many types of villagers are there in Minecraft?

There are three types of villagers currently known in the versions of the game, and they are: the babies, zombies, and the Illagers. 

What jobs do villagers have in Minecraft?

Villagers have the opportunity to engage in different jobs, from: Butcher, Cartographer, Armorsmith, Priest, Farmer, Fisherman, Archer, Leatherworker, Librarian, Mason, Shepherd, Toolsmith, and Weaponsmith. 

How to give work to the villagers?

Villagers get their jobs when they place task blocks very close to their villages. Because of this, each of the professions has its own block.

How to make the villagers have children?

Must exist two related villagers in a village, in addition to meeting the conditions to survive, and provide quality of life for their children.

What are the bad villagers in Minecraft called?

They are commonly known as looters, the Illagers or exiles, and this is because they attack villagers.

What is the villager that gives you armor?

El villager blacksmith, He is the only one in charge of giving you excellent armor to protect you. 

What do the villagers mean?

Villagers are the main characters in Minecraft with whom you can breed, trade, and obtain different items.

How to make a zombie villager?

There are two ways, one is that you receive a zombie villager attack, and the other is that it is generated naturally in Overworld. 

What do the villagers eat in Minecraft? 

The food can vary between: bread, carrots, beets, potatoes, cereals, meats, fruits, water, milk, even beer.

Why doesn't the villager change profession?

Surely you can't change his profession, because you haven't destroyed the corresponding block. 

How to restart the Trades of the villagers in Minecraft?

The first thing you need to do is find the villager you want to reset trades for, and turn them into a zombie villager. For this you bring it close to one until you can attack it. Then, you must heal the villager, and voila, all the trades will be restarted.

How to make a villager Blacksmith?

It is very simple, you just have to place a blacksmith table very close to the villager who does not have a job, and he will immediately begin to interact.

How to heal a zombie villager?

You must use the throwable Weakness Potion, it is prepared using a vial of water, blaze powder, and fermented spider's eye. Then, you give it to the affected villager, along with a Golden Apple

What is a bad omen in Minecraft?

It is also known as ''Bad augury'', is a state that usually has a long duration and only occurs in players. This spawns an assault immediately the moment you enter one of the villages.

What does RAID mean in Minecraft?

It is the event that is generated at a certain moment of the game, when many of the inhabitants make the decision to attack one of the villages to destroy it.

How many hearts does a villager have?

You have 10 hearts, which is equal to 20 life points during a game that can later be restarted. 

By Luz Hernandez Lozano

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