Villagers can trade a variety of useful goods for you. You can find out everything about this Minecraft NPC here.
A major feature in Minecraft is trading with villagers. In order to diversify the game, the trading feature has since been added to Piglins in the Nether and the Wandering Trader. However, trading with villagers from various professions in a village is still the primary means of exchange.
For beginners, trading may frequently seem unfair or complicated, but at its core, it still retains a very simple feature. Since the 1. Knowing how to take advantage of these changes and always make the best trades is essential because, as of the 14. update, a ton of modifications have been made that actually change how villagers’ prices and stocks are formed. This manual will outline all trades for each profession and explain how trading operates in general.
Jacqueline Zalace’s update from January 10, 2023: Trading with villagers can be a drawn-out process. To aid you in trading as effectively as possible, we’ve updated this guide.
In order to trade, youll need to find a village. Fortunately, villages are quite common. You can find a village in the following biomes. Additionally, based on the biome, each village will have a unique style.
Villages can also generate in the Sunflower Plains and Snowy Taiga if you are playing on bedrock.
Generally speaking, villages aren’t that uncommon; by conducting a quick exploration around the area, you might find one. If you are close to several biomes, be sure to search them all because villages don’t spawn too frequently or too closely together in the same biome.
Farmer (Brown Robe)
|1||Wheat||18 – 22||1||Bread||1||2 – 4|
|Potato||15 – 19||1|
|Carrot||15 – 19||1|
|2||Pumpkin||8 – 13||1||Pumpkin Pie||1||2 – 3|
|3||Melon||7 – 12||1||Apple||1||5 – 7|
|4||Cookie||1||6 – 10|
|1||String||15 – 20||1||Cooked Fish||6 Fish 1 Emerald||6|
|Coal||16 – 24||1|
|2||Enchanted[note 1] Fishing Rod||7 – 8||1|
|1||White Wool||16 – 22||1||Shears||3 – 4||1|
Colored Wool 16 offers containing each wool color.[note 2]
|1 – 2||1|
|1||String||15 – 20||1||Arrow||1||8 – 12|
|2||Bow||2 – 3||1|
|Flint||10 Gravel 1 Emerald||6 – 10|
Librarian (white robe)
|1||Raw Porkchop||14 – 18||1|
|Raw Chicken||14 – 18||1|
|2||Coal||16 – 24||1||Cooked Porkchop||1||5 – 7|
|Cooked Chicken||1||6 – 8|
|1||Leather||9 – 12||1||Leather Pants||2 – 4||1|
|2||Enchanted[note 1] Leather Tunic||7 – 12||1|
|3||Saddle||8 – 10||1|
Nitwit (green robe)
Nitwits were generic green-robed or green coated[Bedrock Edition only]. They offered no trades.
Stone Mason (black gloves with black apron)
Note: The villager trade table for stone masons below is only used in Bedrock Edition and has not been converted to villager_v2 (from template world).
- Old trading GUI.
- Closed trades.
- Old trades in table.
- The game randomly selected an enchantment level between 5 and 19 when generating an enchantment offer. The enchantments were never treasure enchantments.
- The same number of emeralds were charged by one villager for each color.
- ↑ a b c Book would only have one enchantment. Because the enchantment was selected at random, all enchantment types and levels had an equal chance of occurring, so higher-level enchantments were just as likely to be obtained as lower-level enchantments. The cost in emeralds varied according to the degree of enchantment and “treasure” status. Lvl I values ranged from 5 to 19 emeralds, Lvl II from 8 to 32, Lvl III from 11 to 45, Lvl IV from 14 to 58, and Lvl V from 17 to 71. For “treasure” enchantments the price was doubled. Because the price was capped at 64, Lvl V books, for instance, really ranged from 17 to 64 emeralds, with higher prices being more typical.
- Written Books were never made available in bedrock, despite their existence since better together
- Three times, librarians presented the enchanted book trade.
- In the Bedrock Edition, players can still open trades while in the Nether, the End, or Flat worlds, but the map won’t display any destination structures. Curiously, opening this trade in the Old world will also cause the game to pause.
Minecraft Villager Trading – 1.14.4 Guide
How do you get villagers to trade in Minecraft?
Trading can only be done with a Minecraft Trader. You probably can’t trade with them if they’re not on this list. Placing a particular block in front of any villager (aside from the nitwit) who lacks a profession will cause them to become a trader.
Why can I no longer trade with villagers?
If an offer has been used a certain number of times and is not the villager’s only offer, the villager will deactivate the offer. Although the likelihood of an offer being deactivated is random, an offer must be used at least three times before it can be removed.
Why can’t I trade with my villagers in Minecraft?
Chances are they lack a Profession . You’ll need to place a job site near each villager. Online guides for setting up villager trading halls to assign villagers to jobsites and even particular trades are abundant.
Do villagers need a workstation to trade?
Additionally, workstations must be located close by so that the villagers can replenish their supplies.