Villager


Villager in Minecraft
EffectCan get a profession
Health
10

Unemployed is a neutral villager wearing green and brown clothes. He has no profession, but he can become a parent for a new villager or get a profession after appearing a cartography table, grindstone, fletching table, etc.

  • Minecraft versions: 11 / 10.5.1 / 1.19.1 / 1.19 / 1.18.2 / 1.18.1 / 1.18
  • COMMAND: villager
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Modify date: 02/05/2022

How to craft villager


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

Where to find villager


There are 6 places where you can get villager in Minecraft. Below you can find a detailed description of all these places where you can get villager in the game Minecraft.

What to craft with villager


There is only one recipe that uses villager 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 villager in Minecraft.

Screenshots of villager


There are 4 screenshots on the site, which has villager in Minecraft. Below you can see these screenshots to get a better idea of what villager looks like in Minecraft.

Command to summon villager


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

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

  1. open chat (press "T")
  2. write command /summon minecraft:villager
  3. press "ENTER"

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

/summon minecraft:villager ~ ~ ~
the current coordinates of the player
/summon minecraft:villager 100 ~ 200
X coordinate = 100, Y = current Y coordinate of the caller, Z coordinate = 200
/summon minecraft:villager ~10 50 ~-2
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.


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