|— In-game description|
The Blacksmith appears similar to the base game's armorer villager, however the eyes covers on the mask are bright purple, its metal mask is now covering its eyes, and its apron has a bright purple pattern in the middle. It also does not have sleeves.
The blacksmith is able to upgrade items, the player must sacrifice their item to the Blacksmith. After completing three missions, the player gets the upgraded item. The power level of the upgraded item will be determined by the difficulty of the three missions the player completed whilst being upgraded, while its rarity remains unchanged. Although all enchantments on the item are removed, the choices of available enchantments will be the same as those of the original item.
To unlock the Blacksmith, the player must find and free him in a specific location inside of Redstone Mines.
|Haggle (Player ask for trade)|
|"No" (Cancel the trade)|
|"Yes" (Accept the trade)|
|Dungeons Beta||Added the blacksmith.|
|The blacksmith used to have different functionality, it was used to sell random items in exchange for emeralds instead of upgrading them.|
|The blacksmith used to be unlocked after the player completes the Creeper Woods.|
|184.108.40.206||The blacksmith no longer sells random items.|
|The blacksmith got a new functionality, it upgrades the player's items in exchange for emeralds and 3 missions completed.|
|The blacksmith is no longer unlocked by completing the Creeper Woods, instead, the player must find him and free him in a specific location inside of Redstone Mines.|
|The texture of the blacksmith has now been changed.|
|220.127.116.11||Just before retrieving an item after an upgrade, the possible power range is now visible.|
|Once an item reaches a certain power level, it is now required to play missions on higher difficulty levels to upgrade the item further.|
|If the blacksmith can upgrade the item, the item now always gets at least +1 power level after upgrading.|