<p><br/> Since 1.14 Village and Pillage, Minecraft villages have seen drastic changes. The entire trading system and the item economy and the jobs that each villager is responsible for is completely revamped. This guide will provide an in-depth outline of how you can manage the villager's trades. At the end of this you'll have a sense of how to get the items you require. Let's begin!<br/></p><br/><p><br/> How Many Villager Jobs are There in Minecraft?<br/></p><br/><p><br/> There are currently 15 villager jobs available in Minecraft. This is an overview of all the possible jobs that a villager could be able to take. If you want a certain job, you'll need to place the job block that corresponds to the job you want in the area of an unemployed villager. The job assigned to the villager will determine what trades they will offer. Villagers can be removed from their job block when you do not have a villager unemployed. If you are unable to obtain the desired trades from a villager, you can take away the job block and put it again to reload their trades.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> The types of villagers in Minecraft<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Armorer - Offers armor, and even Chainmail. Job Block: Blast Furnace Butcher - Offers emeralds and cooked food. Job Block Smoker<br/> <br/><br/> Cartographer - Provides maps and banner paterns. Cartography Table is the Job Block<br/> <br/><br/> Cleric - Offers magical items and even Bottle o’ Enchanting. Job Block: Brewing Stand<br/> <br/><br/> Farmer - Provides high-end food items and even brewing supplies. Job Block: Composter<br/> <br/><br/> Fisherman - Offers fish and an amazing fishing rod. Job Block: Barrel<br/> <br/><br/> Fletcher offers bows and arrows as well as flint and even Tip Arrows. Job Block: Fletching Table<br/> <br/><br/> Leatherworker offers Leather Armor, Horse Armor, and even saddles. Job Block: Cauldron<br/> <br/><br/> Librarian offers Enchanted Books and even Name Tags. Job Block: Lectern<br/> <br/><br/> Mason - Offers cut versions of bricks/blocks. Stonecutter - Job Block<br/> <br/><br/> Nitwit is a complete waste of time. Essentially useless. Job Block N/A<br/> <br/><br/> Shepherd - Offers various colors of wool and paintings. Job BLock Loom Loom<br/> <br/><br/> Toolsmith - Provides tools in varying quality and even magical! Job Block: Smithing Table<br/> <br/><br/> Unemployed - Offers nothing, but may be employed. Job Block: N/A<br/> <br/><br/> Weaponsmith - Sells Iron and Diamond Swords/Axes. Some are even magical! Job Block: Grindstone<br/> <br/><br/></p><br/><p><br/> Villager Appearance:<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Villagers' work responsibilities may change based on their occupation, but the appearance of villager's attire will differ in each biome. To ensure that each job is distinct, they maintain certain traits that are specific to their job. All farmers wear straw hats and all Librarians will have glasses.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Trading Stock:<br/></p><br/><p><br/> As of 1.14, Mojang has introduced the lovely concept of 'Supply & Demand. This basically means that if you do a specific trade too often it will not only make the villager run out in that particular item, but prices (amount of jewels or items you need to exchange) will also rise in the event that the item is traded frequently. Trades can be completed up to four times before the stock runs out. Villagers will restock twice a day. The price of an item will drop when it's not traded.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Unlocking Trades:<br/></p><br/><p><br/> When a trade is concluded between a villager as well as the player, both of them gain experience. The next tier of trades is available when the villager's level increases. There are five levels of trades for each villager that unlock better quality items. The villager's level is indicated by a colored badge on their clothing. It could range from Novice (Stone), Apprentice (Iron), Journeyman/Gold), Expert(Emerald) up to Master(Diamond).<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Wandering Trader<br/></p><br/><p><br/> This is somewhat different however there is a single villager who is completely different from the other villager. The Wandering Trader is a passive mob that appears randomly across the world, with seemingly no pattern. When it appears, it has two leashed trading llamas that are essentially normal llamas, but with a cosmetic makeover. <a href="">My world my life</a> Another peculiarity about this Villager is its lack of trading levels. This means that any trades you've rolled with him will be yours forever. Don't worry, though, as his trades will be reset when he appears again.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> The trades provided by the Wandering Trader are regarded as typically obscure, and challenging items to get. Not particularly impressive or powerful however, they are nevertheless valuable. The Wandering Trader disappears within 40-60 minutes.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Popularity:<br/></p><br/><p><br/> As an individual player, you are able to enjoy an amount of fame. This is decreased by performing negative actions, such as attacking villager and gaining popularity by trading frequently or curing zombie villagers. Negative actions increase prices however positive actions reduce them.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Let's say that your village is attacked in a flurry by Illagers when you happen to be in the area, and you manage to stop the attack. You will be rewarded by the 'Hero of the Village" status effect, which can further lower the cost of trade (except for trades that cost 1 Emerald).<br/></p><br/><p><br/> These are the fundamentals of villager jobs and village trading. Now you should be able to manage that villager farm as a pro! Mojang tends to tear the rug under our feet frequently. Trading can be more complicated with Supply & Demand mechanics and popularity functions. You can make use of these features to aid you, or completely cause havoc to the trading economy on your Minecraft server. I hope this guide helped you well. I wish you the best and success!<br/></p>

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