Cleric in Minecraft
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The cleric is one of the villagers who wears a pink-colored robe with gold-colored trim, a high collar, and cuffs. Depending on the biome, it may have different shades of clothes and offer different goods for exchange.

The cleric prefers to buy rotten flesh, turtle shells, rabbit's feet, emeralds and gold ingots, ender pearls, glowstone. You can buy rare magic items from the priest, including bottles of potions and experience.

The workplace of the cleric is a potion maker.

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Modify date: 11/09/2022

Questions about cleric

Here you will find detailed answers to frequently asked questions about cleric.

The cleric, as a villagers with other professions, has skill levels: beginner, journeyman, artisan, expert, master. The more you trade with him, the higher his level will be, the greater his range of goods for trade. Depending on the level of skill, the color of the buckle on the belt and the elements of clothing change.

To get the maximum discount and ensure the loyalty of villagers, you need to develop the village: do not take things from chests, protect villagers from raids, and do not reduce the population.

To do this, you can change the profession of a villager. The selected villager needs to destroy the profession block (workplace), and he will become unemployed. Next, we assign him a profession in the usual way (for a cleric - using a potion rack).

Note: the profession replacement method may not work if the villager has previously been traded. In this case, the villager not be able to change profession.

There may be several reasons for this:
  • A Nitwit and a child cannot get a profession.
  • You are trying to use an already occupied profession block to assign a profession.
  • You have traded with this villager before.
  • This villager`s workplace was destroyed and goods were already being exchanged with him.
  • There is an obstacle that prevents the occupant from approaching the work unit.
  • The new work block is 48 blocks away from the villager.

  • Each cleric can have their own set of potions and magic items.
  • If you turn a cleric into a zombie, and then cure him, you can get a good discount on all his goods.
  • cleric (and other professions) have a limit on the number of transactions with one item, which resumes over time.
  • After the successful completion of the raid, the cleric gives the player lapis lazuli or red dust.
  • The cleric from version 1.14 has a creeper face on his cloak.

Yes, a villager cleric of the "Expert" level will sell ender pearls for 5 emeralds. The probability of the appearance of ender pearls in the assortment is 2/3.

In addition to the villages, the priest can be found in the basement of the igloo, the entrance to which is hidden under the carpet. Attention: the basement is not generated in every igloo.

Yes, the villager cleric will buy gold ingot. This is a great way to sell excess gold and get emeralds.

No, there are no diamonds in the assortment of goods of the cleric villager. There are no villagers in Minecraft who sell diamonds.

The cleric sells Ender pearls, redstone, various ingredients for potions and enchantments. Trading with a cleric is a great way to profitably sell rotten flesh and gold.

The cleric is a very useful villager in the Minecraft game. Trading with him is an opportunity to get Ender's pearls (if the cleric has reached the "Expert" level) and potion ingredients. You can also earn emeralds by selling rotten flesh and gold.

The cleric's best trades include the exchange of gold ingots and rotten flesh for emeralds. You can also buy ender pearls from a cleric, which is also an interesting deal.

  • Beginner - gray
  • Journeyman - brown
  • Artisan - yellow (gold)
  • Expert - green (emerald)
  • Master - blue (diamond)

How to craft cleric

There is only one recipe for how to craft cleric in Minecraft. Below you can see a description of this recipe: a picture with ingredients and step-by-step instructions on how to make cleric in Minecraft.

In order for a common villager to become cleric (get a profession), you need a bed and a worktable (brewing stand). At the same time, both the bed and brewing stand should not be occupied by other villager.

Only after receiving the profession cleric will be able to start trading with the player.

What to craft with cleric

There is only one recipe that uses cleric in crafting in Minecraft. Below you can see a description of this recipe: a picture with ingredients and step-by-step instructions on how to use cleric in Minecraft.

What cleric buys

There are 6 items that the cleric buys in Minecraft. Below you can find a detailed description of these items, which can be purchased by cleric in Minecraft.

Rotten Flesh x 32
x 1
Gold Ingot x 3
x 1
Scute x 4
x 1
Nether Wart x 22
x 1
x 1
x 1

What cleric sells

There are 5 items that are sold by the cleric in Minecraft. Below you can find a detailed description of these items that a baker can sell in Minecraft.

Video about cleric

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Screenshots of cleric

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Command to summon cleric

There is a command that allows you to summon cleric in Minecraft. Below you can see a detailed description of this command to learn how to create cleric in Minecraft.

Cleric can be summoned using a command in creative mode. This requires:

  1. open chat (press "T")
  2. write command /summon villager ~ ~ ~ {VillagerData:{profession:cleric, level:2, type:plains}}
  3. press "ENTER"

You can also specify the coordinates by which cleric will be called:

/summon villager ~ ~ ~ {VillagerData:{profession:cleric, level:2, type:plains}}
the current coordinates of the player
/summon villager 100 ~ 200 {VillagerData:{profession:cleric, level:2, type:plains}}
X coordinate = 100, Y = current Y coordinate of the caller, Z coordinate = 200
/summon villager ~10 50 ~-2 {VillagerData:{profession:cleric, level:2, type:plains}}
X = current X-coordinate + 10 blocks, Y = 50, Z = current Z-coordinate - 2 blocks

X - coordinate from west to east, Y - height, Z - coordinate from south to north.