Everything You Need To Know About Minecraft Villager Blocks

Minecraft has a lot of features that make it popular for all. Minecraft is a sandbox game of endless possibilities for exploration and development. It keeps players occupied with a variety of tasks, goals, and challenges. The villager’s Job block is another significant aspect of Minecraft that will be discussed in this article.

Let’s talk about villages before we talk about villagers. Villages can appear everywhere in the universe, including plains, deserts, and snowy regions. The villagers’ presence reflects the biome in which they spawn. Villagers are a friendly bunch. They are called passive mobs in Minecraft because they do not strike unless provoked. Villagers’ primary responsibilities are to serve in their fields, multiply, and communicate.

The village’s currency is emeralds, which can be used for trading. You can’t trade with anyone in the village; you can only trade with those who are working. Many unemployed villagers can be identified by their presence. Unemployed villagers are deliberately looking for a vacant work site block that has not been occupied by another villager.

You can also offer villagers jobs to make items; all you need is a bed, a villager, and a work block. Trading with villagers gives you and the villagers experience, which will help them level up.  Any unemployed villager in Minecraft may be allocated to one of 13 positions. An unemployed villager looks for work within a 48-block range, and once he gets a job block, he emits green particles.

Let’s take a look at the complete list of work blocks:

Fletching Table

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The fletching table block contains bows, arrows, and flints for flashers. Two flints, two flints, and four wood planks are needed to make a fletching table.

Cauldron

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Leatherworkers can use the cauldron job block. The cauldron is naturally generated in swamps and can be mined with a pickaxe. Leather and house armor are made from it. To make a cauldron, you’ll need seven iron ingots. Arrange them in a 3×3 grid.

Barrel

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The barrel job block is mostly used to store products by fishermen who sell fish. They arise spontaneously in the fisherman’s cottage. Water, lava, and pistons will all be used to drive barrels. Six wooden planks and two wood slabs are needed to construct a barrel.

Composter

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Farmers use the composter, which transforms farm and vegetable waste into bone meal. Composters are also used in fields, and 7 wood slabs are needed to make it in a 3×3 grid.

Cartography Table

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This work block is for cartographers and includes maps and banner patterns, as the name implies. It’s also used to zoom out maps and can be found in a cartographer’s home. 2 paper and 4 wood planks in a 3×3 grid are used to create a cartographer bench.

Brewing Stand

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Clerics who sell supernatural products use brewing stands to sell their wares. There are also brewing potions, lingering potions, and splash potions available. Ships, igloos, and churches all automatically produce brewing stands. 1 blaze rod and 3 cobblestones can be used to make a brewing stand.

Smoker

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Smelting food and selling emeralds and grilled meat are also done in the smoker. This is the butcher’s work block. One furnace and four wood logs or stripped logs are needed to make a smoker.

Blast Furnace

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Armorers may use this work block to smelt mineral blocks or ores. 4 iron ingots, 1 furnace, and 3 smooth stones in a 3×3 grid are needed to make a blast furnace. As compared to a normal furnace, the smelting time would be doubled.

Lectern

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The Librarian trade, which provides enchanted books, has a main job block in the form of the lectern. Lecterns are usually used in village libraries, although they can be made with 1 bookshelf and 4 wooden slabs of any type arranged in a 3×3 grid.

Stonecutter

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The stonecutter block is used for masons. Stonecutter is a person who works with stones and bricks. You must craft a stonecutter with 1 iron ingot and 3 stones to allocate it to any unemployed.

Loom

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Looms are another block that can be naturally produced in Shepherd’s House. Shepherd sells a variety of wool shades and paintings. To make a loom, take two strings and two wood planks and arrange them in a 3×3-square grid.

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A smithing table is available for toolsmiths. Toolsmiths have a wide range of instruments of differing quality. These blocks can form spontaneously within the toolsmith’s residence. It can also be made of two iron ingots and four wood planks.

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The weaponsmith career is represented by this job site block. Repairing objects and equipment is done with grindstones. In a 3×3 carving grid, you can make Grindstone with two rocks, one stone slab, and two wood planks. Swords, axes, brass, and even gems are available for purchase at Weaponsmith.

Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc is a frantic writer, blogger, and ghostwriter. He quit his office job as an Applications Engineer for the love of writing. When he’s not working, he’s either playing with his PS4 or his 1-year old daughter.

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