Toolsmith in Minecraft
EffectSmithing Table

Toolsmith is one of the professions of the villager. He is dressed in brown clothes, in front of him he has his black apron, which contains from the heat of the stove.

His offer is various tools: pickaxes, shovels, axes, bells and emeralds.

It has skill development levels: beginner, journeyman, artisan, expert, master.

The workplace is a smithing table.

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Modify date: 09/29/2022
How to get a discount and increase the number of goods at the toolsmith?

Like any villager, the toolsmith has levels of profession development: beginner, journeyman, artisan, expert, master. The range of goods and prices depend on the level of development and the color of the buckle on the belt changes for the villager. To increase the level of the toolsmith, you need to buy goods from this villager as often as possible. Gradually, the toolsmith will become an “Expert”, and then a “Master”, and will be able to offer diamond axes, picks and other tools for exchange.

You also need to contribute to the overall expansion of the village: do not take things from chests, protect villagers from raids, do not reduce the population. This will increase the player's personal reputation and allow villager to offer more discounted items.

How to make a toolsmith if there are no villagers without a profession?

In this case, we need to decide which profession we want to change to the profession of a toolsmith. For the selected villager you need to find and destroy the profession block (workplace), and he will turn into an unemployed. Next, assign him a profession in the usual way using the smithing table.

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

If the villager does not become a toolsmith
There may be several reasons for this:
  • A profession cannot be assigned to a nitwit and a child.
  • You cannot use an already occupied profession block to assign a profession.
  • You have traded with this villager before.
  • The workplace of this villager was destroyed, and an exchange of goods was already taking place with him.
How to use the smithing table?

The most useful use of the smithing table is to upgrade diamond equipment to netherite.

Any diamond item must be placed in the first cell of the smithing table interface, and a netherite ingot must be placed in the second cell. The corresponding netherite item will appear in the final cell.

It should be remembered that when improving items using a smithing table, all enchantments and durability units of the item are preserved, that is, repairs do not occur.

Best toolsmith`s deals

Emeralds for coal. Like the fletcher who offers emeralds for sticks, the toolsmith will offer one emerald for 15 units of coal. This is a great way to get emeralds through trading. Limit - 15 transactions.

Emeralds for iron. At the Apprentice skill level, the toolsmith will offer to buy one emerald fr om him for 4 iron ingots. If you consider that there is no shortage of hardware, then this is a good deal. Lim it - 12 transactions.

Enchanted diamond axe. As you know, the ax is good as a weapon, so the weaponsmith also has this deal. The toolsmith has such an ax 17-31 emerald. Limit - 3 transactions.

Enchanted diamond pickaxe. This is the hardest and most expensive deal with a toolsmith. Its price is approximately 18-32 emeralds, the limit is 3 transactions.

Interesting facts about the toolsmith
  • The toolsmith's table can be used as fuel, it will be enough to smelt or roast 1.5 items.
  • If you put the smithing table on a music block, you will hear bass guitar sounds instead of the usual sounds of music.
  • If you turn a toolsmith into a zombie, and then cure him, you can get a good discount on all his goods.
  • The toolsmith (and villagers of other professions) has a limit on the number of transactions with one product, which is renewed over time.
  • After the successful completion of the raid, the toolsmith can present one of the items: stone ax, stone hoe, stone pick, stone shovel.

How to craft toolsmith

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

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

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

What to craft with toolsmith

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

What toolsmith buys

There are 4 items that the toolsmith buys in Minecraft. Below you can find a detailed description of these items, which can be purchased by toolsmith in Minecraft.

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What toolsmith sells

There are 12 items that are sold by the toolsmith in Minecraft. Below you can find a detailed description of these items that a baker can sell in Minecraft.

Video about toolsmith

There is only one video on the site which has toolsmith in Minecraft. You can watch this video below to get a better idea of what toolsmith looks like in Minecraft.

Screenshots of toolsmith

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Command to summon toolsmith

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

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

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

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

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