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Since 1.14 Village and Pillage, the villages in Minecraft have been completely changed. The entire system of trading as well as the economy of items and the work each villager performs has been completely redesigned. This is a complete guide to managing your villager's trades and the villagers. You should be able identify the most efficient method to acquire the things you require at the end. Let's get started! How Many Villager Jobs Are There In Minecraft? There are currently 15 villager jobs available in Minecraft. This is an overview of all the possible jobs a villager can undertake. You can place the job block that corresponds to the job you're seeking next to the Unemployed Villager in case you wish to apply for a job. The job given to the villager will determine the kind of trades they can offer. If you don't have an Unemployed Villager, you may destroy the job block that a villager is using. If you're unable to obtain the desired trades from a villager you can remove the job block and place it back in place to load their trades. Types of villagers in Minecraft Armorer - Offers armor and Chainmail. Job Block: Blast Furnace Butcher - Offers emeralds and cooked food. Job Block Smoker Cartographer offers maps and banner Paterns. Cartography Table is the Job Block Cleric - Offers magical items, and even Bottle of Enchanting. Job Block: Brewing Stand Farmer - Offers advanced food and even brewing components. Job Block: Composter Fisherman - Offers fish as well as an amazing fishing rod. Job Block Barrel Fletcher offers bows, arrows, flint, and even Tipped Arrows. Job Block: Fletching Table Leatherworker - Provides leather armor, horse armour, and even saddles. Job Block: Cauldron Librarian offers Enchanted Books and even Name Tags. Job Block: Lectern Mason - Offers bricks and blocks in cut versions. Stonecutter - Job Block Nitwit - Offers nothing. It's basically useless. Job Block: N/A Shepherd - Offers various colored wools and paintings. Job BLock - Loom Toolsmith - Offers tools in varying quality and even enchanted! Job Block: Smithing Table Unemployed - Offers no work however, they can be employed. Job Block N/A Weaponsmith sells diamond and iron swords and axes, even the enchanted! Job Block: Grindstone Villager Appearance: Villagers' work responsibilities may change based on their work, but the appearance of villager's attire will differ in every biome. They maintain the traits specific to their work to ensure that each job is distinct. All Farmers wear straw hats and all Librarians must wear glasses. MINECRAFT SERVERS Trading Stock: Mojang introduced the wonderful concept of 'Supply and demand in Mojang 1.14. This means that if trade is done too often, not only will the villager run out of inventory, but prices (the quantity of the items or gemstones you must give) will rise. Trades can be made up to four times before stock runs out. Villagers will replenish their stock once a day. The price of an item can decrease if it isn't traded. Unlocking Trades: Both players and villager gain experience when they trade. The next tier of trades is available when the villager's levels increase. Each villager has 5 levels of trades that allow for progressively higher quality items. The villager's level can be displayed by a colored badge on their clothing. It can range from Novice (Stone) or Apprentice (Iron), Journeyman/Gold), Expert(Emerald) up to Master(Diamond). Wandering Trader This is a little different, but there is one villager that is different from the other villager. The Wandering Trader is a passive mob, much like Villagers in general, but it appears randomly across the world, with no apparent pattern at all. When it appears it comes with two trading llamas with leashes that are essentially normal llamas, but with a cosmetic change. Another peculiarity of this Villager is that it doesn't have trading levels, which means that the trades that you've rolled with him are the ones that you're stuck with. But don't fret, as his trades will be reset when he appears again. The services offered by the Wandering Trader are regarded as typically obscure, and challenging items to acquire. While not very impressive or powerful but they are still worth a look. Be quick, because the Wandering Trader will vanish after 40-60 minutes. Popularity: You have a certain amount of the popularity of an player. This is decreased by performing negative actions like attacking villagers, but increased by trading more often or treating zombie villagers. Negative actions can increase prices while positive actions may reduce them. Let's say that Illagers attack your village without warning. You happen to be in the vicinity and you can fend off the attack. You will be rewarded by the 'Hero of The Village" status effect, which will also lower the cost of trade (except for trades that cost 1 Emerald). These are the basic principles of Villager Jobs and trading in villages. Now you should be able to manage that villager farm with ease! Mojang tends to tear the rug under our feet often. Trading can be more complicated thanks to Supply & Demand mechanics and popularity functions. You can exploit these features to greatly assist you, or cause havoc to the trading economy on your Minecraft server. I hope that you found this article useful. I wish you all the best and success!