Everything to know about Villagers in Minecraft

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Minecraft is among the most famous games around the game, and reasonably so. The game has numerous features, users can and enjoy. One such item is Villagers, and in case you do not know anything about them, then you have landed on the right post. Villages are part of the Minecraft, which gives the world a new life, and you feel less alone in the game. Want to know more about it, then read the blog and go through the guide to Villagers in Minecraft.
Who Are Villagers?
Merriam-Webster describes the villager as “the resident of a village.” Villagers are the quiet mobs that build the villages in the Minecraft world. Villages do businesses of a variety of goods in exchange for emeralds and other goods. They also add charm to the world with their liveliness as it becomes annoying with different landmasses and colored trees. Blacksmith wear leather aprons and farmers wear straw hats and many more. This makes it easy for you to find the villager you want to recognize it faster.  Villager behaves according to their job like farmers crop and gives food to the villagers. They come in different sizes and shapes and are found in several biomes as well, including Snowy tundras, savannas.
What Can You Discover in a Village?
There are lots of things villagers contain, including:
  • Houses and buildings
  • Central crowd with bell for alarms
  • Plot for crops
  • Paths with lamppost
  • Decorating edges
  • Crafting tables
  • Bookshelves
  • Beds
  • Campfires
  • Tables
Every building in the village has a specific job to do. A house for a farmer, librarian, a workshop for a blacksmith, and much more. Every building is complicated and most probably changes according to the biome.
Here’s what you may discover:
  • Saddle
  • Torch
  • Emerald
  • Bread
  • Wheat seeds
  • Coal
  • Potato
  • Snowball
  • Blue ice
  • Furnace
  • Book
  • Apple
  • Poppy
  • Gold nugget
  • Feather
  • Egg
  • Arrow
  • Emerald
  • Flint
  • Stick
  • Emerald
  • Leather
  • Bread
  • Saddle
  • All leather armor
  • Flowerpot
  • Stone
  • Yellow dye
  • Stone bricks
  • Bread
What’s Dangerous in the Village?
  1. Zombies and drowned attacks – Two gangs try to attack and kill villagers. They can move around the village. Zombies can also break doors, leaving the villagers helpless.
  2. Zombie villagers – When the zombie kills the villager, he will turn into a zombie villager.
  3. Raids – In the update of the game, Mojang included pillagers and ravagers. These are the mobs similar to villagers but are more violent and also carry crossbows.
  4. Zombie sieges – Such events occur with more than 20 villagers. This is something to focus on if you have expanded resources and time in a village.
  5. Lightning strike – Lightning is risky for the villager. During rainfall or thunderstorm, they should stay in their shelters. If not, then they may be hit by the lightning.
How Can You Protect the Village?
  1. Light it up – Mobs like skeletons, zombies, or creepers mostly generate at night in a location with no light or less light. The best way to protect the villagers from zombies is to fill the areas with torches.
  2. Man the walls – Walls or trenches can prevent mobs of zombies from entering the village. There are various ways to do it. Building 2 block high wall will prevent everything to enter the walls.
  3. Defend the weak – Villagers are not completely protected with the torches and walls. The way to defend the villagers is the iron golem. You can create the army of the iron golem to protect the villagers.
How Can You Convene Iron Golems?
  1. 4 iron blocks – You have to build iron blocks by combining 9 ingots.
  2. 1 carved pumpkin – Pumpkins generate around the world. You must have 1 to summon iron golem.
  3. Place iron blocks in “t” figure – They can be put anywhere, but the corner wants air.
  4. Place the carved pumpkin on top – This is the last step. Put the pumpkin on iron “T” to craft head.
  5. Witness your creation! – It is best to summon the iron golem in tall buildings or outside as they are taller.
How Can You Raise Villagers?
  1. Beds, beds, beds – The villages decide its population based on beds exist in the town. A bed can be considered legal if the door is connected to it and must have two blocks of air.
  2. Food, food, food – Villagers can select things as the day passes, and they also start throwing food at each other. You can also throw food on them to make them feel like the breed.
  3. Another villager – It takes at least 2 villagers who are willing to breed.
How Can You Trade with Villagers?
  1. Mining – Emeralds are found in the bottom of the Overworld just like diamonds, as they found only in mountain biomes, and you may find one at a time.
  2. Looting – Emeralds are easy to find in the villages in the chest. Keep an eye on it wherever you go.
  3. Trading – You can also collect emeralds from trades if they have something that villagers need.
How to Improve the Popularity
  1. Fend off a raid – Defeating the pillager raid will raise the popularity by 10.
  2. Level up a villager – Levelling up the villagers also increase the popularity by 2 to 4 points.
  3. Trading with a villager – Trading the villager and reducing the stock increase the popularity by 1 point.
  4. Attacking a villager – Villager assault will decrease it by -1 points while killing them will reduce it by -2 points.
  5. Killing an iron golem – If you try to destroy the village naturally, then you will lose popularity by 5 points.
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