Minecraft Dungeons:Villager

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Villager
MCD Villager Unemployed.pngMCD Villager Weaponsmith.pngMCD Villager Mason.pngMCD Villager Butcher.pngMCD Villager Farmer.pngMCD Villager Toolsmith.pngMCD Villager Cleric.pngMCD Villager Armorer.pngMCD Villager Fletcher.pngMCD Villager Librarian.pngMCD Villager Leatherworker.pngMCD Villager Fisherman.pngDungeons Gift Wrapper.pngShop Keeper.pngDungeons Luxury Merchant.pngMystery Merchant.pngDungeons Blacksmith.png
Farmer.pngLibrarian.pngPriest.pngBlacksmith.pngButcher.pngNitwit.png

Villagers are non-attackable mobs that act as NPCs in the main story of Minecraft Dungeons.

Lore[edit]

In the main story of Minecraft Dungeons, they were responsible for shunning the Arch-Illager from their village in the Squid Coast because of the Arch-Illager's barbaric culture, as he was an illager. As an act of revenge, they were kidnapped, burned out of their homes, and taken hostage by the Illager Army created by the Arch-Illager, from there, they are being forced to work for them as slaves, as evidenced within the Redstone Mines.

Locations[edit]

Villagers can be found imprisoned in fence gates in the Creeper Woods, where they are being shipped for labor. They can be seen later in the intro for Pumpkin Pastures in the last hearth, and being forced to work for the Illagers in the Redstone Mines. Two villagers can also be seen in the intro for Fiery Forge, where they are being followed by a Vindicator. Statues of Villagers can also be found in the Creepy Crypt though they are a little hard to spot. And statues in the Jungle Awakens levels, particularly in the Overgrown Temple, and one on the left arm of the Jungle Abomination. They can also be found imprisoned in a secret place in the Frosted Fjord.

Sounds[edit]

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SoundDescriptionFile
File:Sfx mob villagerChop-001.oggFile:Sfx mob villagerChop-002.oggChopsfx_mob_villagerChop
File:Sfx mob villagerDeath-001 soundWave.oggDeathsfx_mob_villagerDeath_soundWave
File:Sfx mob villagerHaggle-001 soundWave.oggFile:Sfx mob villagerHaggle-002 soundWave.oggFile:Sfx mob villagerHaggle-003 soundWave.oggHaggle (Player ask for trade)sfx_mob_villagerHaggle_soundWave
File:Sfx mob villagerHurt-001 soundWave.oggFile:Sfx mob villagerHurt-002 soundWave.oggFile:Sfx mob villagerHurt-003 soundWave.oggFile:Sfx mob villagerHurt-004 soundWave.oggHurtsfx_mob_villagerHurt_soundWave
File:Sfx mob villagerIdle-001 soundWave.oggFile:Sfx mob villagerIdle-002 soundWave.oggFile:Sfx mob villagerIdle-003 soundWave.oggIdlesfx_mob_villagerIdle_soundWave
File:Sfx mob villagerPurchase-001 soundWave.oggFile:Sfx mob villagerPurchase-002 soundWave.oggPurchasesfx_mob_villagerPurchase_soundWave
File:Sfx mob villagerRandomGearOpen-001.oggRandom Gear Open (From Blacksmith)sfx_mob_villagerRandomGearOpen
File:Sfx mob villagerRandomItemOpen-001.oggRandom Item Open (From Wandering trader)sfx_mob_villagerRandomItemOpen
Mason Open (Buy Diamond Dust)sfx_mob_villagerMasonOpen
File:Sfx mob villagerNo-001 soundWave.oggFile:Sfx mob villagerNo-002 soundWave.oggFile:Sfx mob villagerNo-003 soundWave.ogg"No" (Cancel the trade)sfx_mob_villagerNo_soundWave
File:Sfx mob villagerYes-001 soundWave.oggFile:Sfx mob villagerYes-002 soundWave.oggFile:Sfx mob villagerYes-003 soundWave.ogg"Yes" (Accept the trade)sfx_mob_villagerYes_soundWave

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Trivia[edit]

  • In the cinematic intro, the villagers can be seen in their old pre-1.14 textures, possibly to show the time period when the Arch-Illager was exiled.
  • Some Statues of Villagers in the Overgrown Temple are shown that their arms separated and are seen holding a pot with a flower so its possible that Villagers can seperate their arms like the Illagers.