In Minecraft, there are villagers. They are passive mobs which inhabit villages, work at their professions, breed and interact. The outfit of them are various and it depends on their occupation and biome. As a Minecraft player, you are able to trade with the villager by using emeralds as currency.
As explained above, villagers have professions. Their professions are indicated by their clothing and also by title at the top of the trading interface. A villager in Minecraft is able to choose their profession by claiming a job site block. Do you want to know the jobs list of villagers in Minecraft? You are able to see the jobs list of villagers below including its job site block.
- Armorer – Blast Furnace
They trade foundry items and sell chain, iron and also enchanted diamond armor tiers.
- Butcher – Smoker
They trade meats, rabbit stew, sweet berries, and dried kelp blocks.
- Cartographer – Cartography Table
They trade compasses, banners, banner patterns, various maps, papers and explorer maps.
- Cleric – Brewing Stand
They trade magic items such as redstone dust, ender pearls, and enchanting or potions ingredients.
- Farmer – Composter
They trade crops and natural foods.
- Fisherman – Barrel
They trade campfires and fishing items.
- Fletcher – Fletching Table
They trade crossbows, bows, all types of arrows and archery ingredients.
- Leatherworker – Cauldron
They trade rabbit hide, scutes, and leather-related items.
- Librarian – Lectern
They trade enchanted books, compasses, clocks, glass, name tags, ink sacs, lanterns and book and quills.
- Stone Mason /Mason – Stonecutter
They trade polished stones, clay, terracotta, glazed terracotta and quartz.
- Nitwit – N/A (No job assigned)
They do not trade.
- Shepherd – Loom
They trade shears, dyes, wool, beds and paintings.
- Toolsmith – Smithing Table
They trade bells, minerals and harvest tools.
- Unemployed – N/A (No job assigned)
They do not trade until they are employed.
- Weaponsmith – Grindstone
They trade bells, minerals and enchanted melee weapons.
As you are able to see that the job of each profession is trading. In Minecraft, the trading system is a gameplay mechanic. It permits you to be able to sell and buy various items to and from villagers by using emeralds as a currency. The trades can be valuable or meaningless. It depends on the cost, the items that you may get and also how you treat the villagers. It is important for you to know that only adult villagers with professions who are able to trade. As a player, you are not able to trade with nitwits, unemployed villagers or baby villagers. If you try to do it, it will make the villager display a head-shaking animation and play the villager’ declined trade sound.
Besides trading, some professions such as farmers and librarians, they are able to do other things. Farmers can plant crops and librarians can inspect bookshelves. When the villagers go to work, they will use their daily schedule to be able to get to their claimed job site block.
A job site is able to be claimed only if it is unclaimed and in a village boundary with at least 1 bed. If a claimed job site block is removed, it will cause the owner to switch to another profession or become unemployed.