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How to Avoid Being Ripped off by Villagers in Minecraft
Know your Villager.The Villagers that currently roam their villages are librarians, priests, farmers, blacksmiths, butchers/tailors and generics (modified in). Farmers wear brown, librarians wear white, priests wear dark pink, blacksmiths wear a black apron, butchers/tailors wear a white apron, and generics wear green robes.
- Green Villagers are also called "Nitwits", and they only offer to trade after they have been turned into a Zombie Villager and then turned back to a regular villager. You can't unlock more trades by trading with them. However, due to how difficult it is to cure a zombie villager, it's best to not trade with them at all.
Know what you want to trade.People might often just run about trying to trade whatever willy-nilly, but that won't help. If you have some paper or books you wrote, trade with a librarian! If you want something enchanted, trade with a priest (though it is usually much more efficient to enchant things yourself).
Find emeralds.Emeralds are used as a currency for the villagers, and every trade is an exchange of an item for an emerald. They are found in Extreme Hills and Edge biomes between height levels 32 and 4. However, even when mining in an extreme hills biome they are rarer than diamonds, so it's best to just trade for them. If hoarded, emeralds can buy extremely rare or difficult to make items like saddles, enchanted books, and diamond armor, but the villagers that sell these are rare and most try to sell common items like bread or glass.
Check for a ripoff.These can easily be mistaken by people who trade constantly, but it is true. They can try to trade a flint and steel in exchange for an emerald, an iron shovel for an emerald, four emeralds for a diamond etc. The vast majority of a villager's trades will be ripoffs, and they will charge very large amounts of emeralds for desirable items like diamond gear and chain armor and enchanted books.
Maximizing Emerald Profits Strategically
This method will not work after 1.7 because villager breeding and trading mechanics will be greatly modified.
Find a villager that trades for a mass-producible resource like paper, written books, or wheat.
Trap the villager in a well-lit hole or house.That way, you won't have to find it again and to prevent it from being killed by zombies.
Plant/breed the resources and harvest them later (or harvest them from a preexisting farm).Make sure to harvest only enough for seven trades.
Open up the place where you trapped the villager and trade the resources you obtained.After making a single trade seven times (seven emeralds total) the trade will instantly disappear a new one will take its place.
If the village has a large population and/or is well defended, kill that villager.Don't use fists, arrows, or potions, as they cause the iron golems to attack and they are very powerful and hard to kill. After you kill the villager, there will be room for a new baby villager to spawn, and it may have another useful trade.
Kill a fourth of the villagers, if there is a high population and they are well defended.If none of them have good trades and are not breeding, doing this will mean the remaining three quarters of the population will repopulate the lost fourth and the new villagers may have better trades.
QuestionIt's a bad idea to kill the villagers, isn't it? Attacking them can provoke existing Iron Golems, and also lowers your reputation, which can raises prices from future generated villagers. It's better to just put them in a hole with a water stream in it and move them outside the village boundaries.Top AnswererYes, correct. If there are any Iron Golems attacking, villagers will make them attack you, and it'll lower your reputation, making them rip you off more. The water stream method is the one I use, and all the people I play with use it too.Thanks!
QuestionCan I breed with a Villager?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou can't breed yourself with any creature in Minecraft. To breed one Villager with another, place a lot of doors near them or lock them in a small room without a roof. Then place doors all around the walls of the room.Thanks!
QuestionWhat happens if they have no golem?Top AnswererWhether or not a village spawns with an iron golem has no affect on the prices of the trades; most villages will not spawn with a golem because they will not be large enough because of terrain generation. The villagers generate with set prices; these prices do not change when an iron golem spawns. The golem is there to protect the village from mobs.Thanks!
QuestionDo different villagers have different numbers of trade tiers?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerNo, they all unlock the same number of trade tiers. You have to continue trading with the villagers to get more tiers.Thanks!
QuestionWhy do you kill the villager?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIt opens up a new spot for more villagers to spawn. In turn making a chance for better items to spawn in trade.Thanks!
QuestionIs there such a thing as a villager with a green robe?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYes, there is a villager with a green robe. They are a newer type of villager. They do not have any trades normally, but occasionally they can a have one tier 1 trade. When they have this one trade, they still have no further unlockable trades. They also cannot be named with a name tag. Even when naturally spawned, or spawned by egg, they still normally do not have trades.Thanks!
QuestionHow can I get a villager to stay with me in Minecraft?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThere is no way to make them stay with you except by trapping them in. You also cannot use a lead on them, and there is no way of luring them like you would an animal.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I trade with villagers?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerRight click to show their trades, then put the stuff they want in the bow on the left and the stuff they are giving will be there to grab in the box on the right.Thanks!
QuestionWhat is the green villager?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThe green villager is called a nitwit. It has no trades when spawned naturally or from a spawn egg. When it is spawned with commands, it can be interacted with once, though it has no trades. When converted from a generic zombie villager, it receives one of the tier 1 trades from other professions, with no further trades unlockable.Thanks!
QuestionHow can I protect the village?Community AnswerStay there and attack people who try to hurt your villagers, and make them chests with food.Thanks!
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- It's best to find a farmer or a librarian, as these villagers often have good trades. Librarians trade paper for an emerald, while farmers sell an emerald for carrots, wheat, and potatoes. If you have a big farm, you can get emeralds easy.
- Try killing off the villagers that have bad trades indirectly, for if you don't, your score will lower in the village. As well, if it has an iron golem, it will attack you (Iron Golems will attack you, no matter what, if your score is -15. You start with 0, and your score increases by 1 trading with a villagers last trading spot).
- Priests can be found in the cells of igloos. Igloos are found in snowy biomes, and in 50% of igloos there is a trapdoor under the grey carpet. Inside there'll be a brewing stand, weakness potion and a loot chest with a guaranteed golden apple as well as other loot. There are also a priest and a zombie villager priest, but don't cure the zombie, you'll just waste the perfectly good potion and apple.
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