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The trading system is a gameplay mechanic that allows players to trade emeralds for items (and vice-versa) with villagers and wandering traders.

Mechanics[edit]

Pressing use on an adult villager or wandering trader opens a GUI, allowing a player to trade with the villager or wandering trader. Villagers make offers based on their profession trading either emeralds for items or items for emeralds. Wandering traders offer only to sell items for emeralds. All transactions involve emeralds.

A villager offers to buy or sell items pertinent to the villager's career. Trading with a villager is also the only legitimate method of acquiring the globe banner pattern[JE only] and woodland and ocean explorer maps in Survival mode.

Different professions are assigned to each villager based on their job-site block. This profession is indicated by their appearance and in the trading interface. A villager's profession dictates the trading pool used to determine its trades. For example, villagers wearing straw hats are farmers, so their trades are based on the Farmer trade pool.

Villagers have five career levels that can be increased by trading with them. Each villager starts at the "novice" level. A villager's level can be seen in the trading GUI. The level can also be identified by the badge they wear: stone for a novice, iron for an apprentice, gold for a journeyman, emerald for expert, and diamond for master. When a villager levels up, it gains up to two new trades, along with keeping their old ones. A villager can gain experience when trading with a player and levels up when the villager's experience bar becomes full. When leveled up, a villager receives regeneration and becomes surrounded by purple and green particles for a few seconds. Each profession unlocks a pre-defined and finite set of offers.

Novice villagers who have not traded can lose their profession and change back into unemployed villagers. For example, if their claimed job site block is removed and no unclaimed job site block is available. Removing and then replacing a job site block can alter the trades offered, and a villager with no experience will reset its trades every so often. Once a player trades with a villager, the villager keeps its profession forever, locking its offered trades.

Villagers deactivate an offer after the offer has been used some times. The chance of an offer's deactivation is different for each item (see tables below). When villagers work at their job site blocks, they activate their offers again, up to twice per day. When an offer is disabled, a red "X" appears in the trading interface, and the villager displays the same particle effect as an offer being created.

All villager trades reward the player with 3–6 experience, or 8–11 experience if the villager is willing to breed. Wandering trader trades also reward some player experience.

Economics[edit]

In Java Edition, villagers can have a maximum of 10 trades. Each level unlocks a maximum of two new trades. If a level can pull from more than two trades, the two offered trades are chosen randomly from the set.

In Bedrock Edition, villagers have 8–10 trade slots. Some slots with multiple possible trades display only one trade; for example, farmer villagers have 4 potential trades in their first trade slot, so each trade has a 14 chance to be chosen.

Each trade can be used a maximum number of times, after which the trade becomes disabled. Once trades are disabled, villagers must work at their corresponding job site block to resupply their trades.

The price of an item rises and falls with demand. An item that was traded gets a price increase when resupplied. If a player does not trade for a higher-priced item, the price is reduced the next time villager resupplies. Demand is tracked per item, not per villager, so a villager can offer a higher-priced trade for a single item while other items are cheaper. Trades that have a price multiplier of 0 are not affected by demand. The Hero of the Village effect reduces trade prices, except for trades that cost one emerald.

Villagers who were previously zombie villagers that were cured by a player also reduce their prices for trades. To cure a zombie villager, you must splash it with a splash potion of weakness and then feed it a golden apple. this will often drop prices to the lowest possible amount wanted (or cost if you are buying).

When a player trades with a villager, both the player and the villager gain experience. A villager levels up when its experience bar becomes full, unlocking new trade tiers (while keeping their old trades) and changing their badge. Villagers have 5 levels:

Level Badge Name Total Villager experience required
1 Villager badge Novice.png Novice Available from start
2 Villager badge Apprentice.png Apprentice 10
3 Villager badge Journeyman.png Journeyman 70
4 Villager badge Expert.png Expert 150
5 Villager badge Master.png Master 250

Villager offers[edit]

Non-trading villagers[edit]

Nitwit[edit]

Nitwit.

Nitwits are green-coated villagers. They cannot trade, nor can they change profession. If the player attempts to trade with a nitwit in Java Edition, the nitwit grunts and shakes its head.

Unemployed[edit]

Unemployed villager.

Villagers without profession overlays are unemployed and cannot trade. They wear biome outfits without a profession overlay. An unemployed villager gains a profession by being close to an unclaimed job site block near a valid bed. For example, an unclaimed cartography table will convert an unemployed villager into a cartographer when the villager claims it. If a player attempts to trade with an unemployed villager, the villager will grunt and shake its head.


Armorer[edit]

Armorer.

Jobsite Block: Blast Furnace

Bedrock Edition
Armorer Economic Trade
Level Trade slot Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice 1 Coal 15 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
2 Emerald 5 0.2 Iron Helmet 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 9 0.2 Iron Chestplate 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 7 0.2 Iron Leggings 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 4 0.2 Iron Boots 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice 3 Iron Ingot 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
4 Emerald 36 0.2 Bell 1 12 trades 5
Emerald 3 0.2 Chainmail Leggings 1 12 trades 5
Emerald 1 0.2 Chainmail Boots 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman 5 Lava Bucket 1 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
6 Emerald 1 0.2 Chainmail Helmet 1 12 trades 10
Emerald 4 0.2 Chainmail Chestplate 1 12 trades 10
Emerald 5 0.2 Shield 1 12 trades 10
Expert 7 Diamond 1 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
8 Emerald 19-33 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Leggings 1 3 trades 15
Emerald 13-27 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Boots 1 3 trades 15
Master 9 Emerald 13-27 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Helmet 1 3 trades 30[note 2]
Emerald 21-35 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Chestplate 1 3 trades 30[note 2]
Java Edition
Armorer Economic Trade
Level Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice Coal 15 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Emerald 5 0.2 Iron Helmet 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 9 0.2 Iron Chestplate 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 7 0.2 Iron Leggings 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 4 0.2 Iron Boots 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice Iron Ingot 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
Emerald 36 0.2 Bell 1 12 trades 5
Emerald 3 0.2 Chainmail Leggings 1 12 trades 5
Emerald 1 0.2 Chainmail Boots 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman Lava Bucket 1 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
Diamond 1 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
Emerald 1 0.2 Chainmail Helmet 1 12 trades 10
Emerald 4 0.2 Chainmail Chestplate 1 12 trades 10
Emerald 5 0.2 Shield 1 12 trades 10
Expert Emerald 19–33 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Leggings 1 3 trades 15
Emerald 13–27 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Boots 1 3 trades 15
Master Emerald 13–27 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Helmet 1 3 trades 30[note 2]
Emerald 21–35 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Chestplate 1 3 trades 30[note 2]

Butcher[edit]

Jobsite Block: Smoker

Butcher.
Bedrock Edition
Butcher Economic Trade
Level Trade slot Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice 1 Raw Chicken 14 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Raw Rabbit 4 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Raw Porkchop 7 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
2 Emerald 1 0.05 Rabbit Stew 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice 3 Coal 15 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 10
4 Emerald 1 0.05 Cooked Rabbit 5 16 trades 6
Emerald 1 0.05 Cooked Chicken 8 16 trades 5
Emerald 1 0.05 Cooked Porkchop 5 16 trades 5
Emerald 1 0.05 Cooked Mutton 4 16 trades 10
Journeyman 5 Raw Beef 10 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
Raw Mutton 7 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
6 Emerald 1 0.05 Cooked Beef 3 16 trades 10
Expert 7 Dried Kelp Block 10 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
Master 8 Sweet Berries 10 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
Java Edition
Butcher Economic Trade
Level Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice Raw Chicken 14 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Raw Porkchop 7 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Raw Rabbit 4 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Emerald 1 0.05 Rabbit Stew 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice Coal 15 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Emerald 1 0.05 Cooked Porkchop 5 16 trades 5
Emerald 1 0.05 Cooked Chicken 8 16 trades 5
Journeyman Raw Mutton 7 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
Raw Beef 10 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
Expert Dried Kelp Block 10 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
Master Sweet Berries 10 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30[note 2]

Cartographer[edit]

Jobsite Block: Cartography Table

Cartographer.
Bedrock Edition
Cartographer Economic Trade
Level Trade slot Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice 1 Paper 24 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
2 Emerald 7 0.05 Empty Map 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice 3 Glass Pane 11 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 10
4 Emerald
Compass
13
1
0.2 Ocean Explorer Map[note 3] 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman 5 Compass 1 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
Emerald
Compass
14
1
0.2 Woodland Explorer Map[note 3] 1 12 trades 10
Expert 6 Emerald 7 0.05 Item Frame 1 12 trades 15
7 Emerald 3 0.05



one of 16 blank Banner

1 12 trades 15
Master 8 Emerald 1 0.05 Flower Charge Banner Pattern 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
Emerald 2 0.05 Field Masoned Banner Pattern 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
Emerald 2 0.05 Bordure Indented Banner Pattern 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
Java Edition
Cartographer Economic Trade
Level Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice Paper 24 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Emerald 7 0.05 Empty Map 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice Glass Pane 11 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 10
Emerald
Compass
13
1
0.2 Ocean Explorer Map[note 4] 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman Compass 1 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
Emerald
Compass
14
1
0.2 Woodland Explorer Map[note 4] 1 12 trades 10
Expert Emerald 7 0.05 Item Frame 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 White Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Light Gray Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Gray Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Black Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Brown Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Orange Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Yellow Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Lime Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Green Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Cyan Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Light Blue Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Blue Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Purple Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Magenta Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Pink Banner 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 3 0.05 Red Banner 1 12 trades 15
Master Emerald 8 0.05 Globe Pattern 1 12 trades 30[note 2]

Cleric[edit]

Cleric.

Jobsite Block: Brewing Stand

Bedrock Edition
Cleric Economic Trade
Level Trade slot Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice 1 Rotten Flesh 32 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
2 Emerald 1 0.05 Redstone Dust 2 12 trades 1
Apprentice 3 Gold Ingot 3 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 2
4 Emerald 1 0.05 Lapis Lazuli 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman 5 Rabbit's Foot 2 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
6 Emerald 4 0.05 Glowstone dust 1 12 trades 10
Expert 7 Scute 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
Glass Bottle 9 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
8 Emerald 5 0.05 Ender Pearl 1 12 trades 15
Master 9 Nether Wart 22 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
10 Emerald 3 0.05 Bottle o' Enchanting 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
Java Edition
Cleric Economic Trade
Level Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice Rotten Flesh 32 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Emerald 1 0.05 Redstone Dust 2 12 trades 1
Apprentice Gold Ingot 3 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
Emerald 1 0.05 Lapis Lazuli 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman Rabbit's Foot 2 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
Emerald 4 0.05 Glowstone 1 12 trades 10
Expert Scute 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
Glass Bottle 9 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
Emerald 5 0.05 Ender Pearl 1 12 trades 15
Master Nether Wart 22 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
Emerald 3 0.05 Bottle o' Enchanting 1 12 trades 30[note 2]

Farmer[edit]

Farmer.

Jobsite Block: Composter

Bedrock Edition
Farmer Economic Trade
Level Trade slot Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice 1 Wheat 20 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Potato 26 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Carrot 22 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Beetroot 15 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
2 Emerald 1 0.05 Bread 6 16 trades 1
Apprentice 3 Pumpkin 6 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
4 Emerald 1 0.05 Pumpkin Pie 4 12 trades 5
Emerald 1 0.05 Apple 4 16 trades 5
Journeyman 5 Melon 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
6 Emerald 3 0.05 Cookie 18 12 trades 10
Expert 7 Emerald 1 0.05 Suspicious Stew[note 5][verify] 1 12 trades 15
8 Emerald 1 0.05 Cake 1 12 trades 15
Master 9 Emerald 3 0.05 Golden Carrot 3 12 trades 30[note 2]
Emerald 4 0.05 Glistering Melon 3 12 trades 30[note 2]
Java Edition
Farmer Economic Trade
Level Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice Wheat 20 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Potato 26 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Carrot 22 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Beetroot 15 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Emerald 1 0.05 Bread 6 16 trades 1
Apprentice Pumpkin 6 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
Emerald 1 0.05 Pumpkin Pie 4 12 trades 5
Emerald 1 0.05 Apple 4 16 trades 5
Journeyman Melon 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
Emerald 3 0.05 Cookie 18 12 trades 10
Expert Emerald 1 0.05 Cake 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Suspicious Stew
5 seconds of Night Vision
1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Suspicious Stew
8 seconds of Jump Boost
1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Suspicious Stew
7 seconds of Weakness
1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Suspicious Stew
6 seconds of Blindness
1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Suspicious Stew
14 seconds of Poison
1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Suspicious Stew
0.35 seconds of Saturation
1 12 trades 15
Master Emerald 3 0.05 Golden Carrot 3 12 trades 30[note 2]
Emerald 4 0.05 Glistering Melon Slice 3 12 trades 30[note 2]

Fisherman[edit]

Fisherman.

Jobsite Block: Barrel

Bedrock Edition
Fisherman Economic Trade
Level Trade slot Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice 1 String 20 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Coal 10 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
2 Emerald 3 0.05 Bucket of Cod 1 16 trades 1
Emerald
Raw Cod
1
6
0.05
0
Cooked Cod 6 16 trades 1
Apprentice 3 Raw Cod 15 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 10
4 Emerald 2 0.05 Campfire 1 12 trades 5
Emerald
Raw Salmon
1
6
0.05
0
Cooked Salmon 6 16 trades 5
Journeyman 5 Raw Salmon 13 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
6 Emerald 7-22 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Fishing Rod 1 3 trades 10
Expert 7 Tropical Fish 6 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
Master 8 Pufferfish 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30[note 2]

One of 5 boats[note 6]
1 0.5 Emerald 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
Java Edition
Fisherman Economic Trade
Level Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice String 20 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Coal 10 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Emerald

Raw Cod

1
6
0.05 Cooked Cod 6 16 trades 1
Emerald 3 0.05 Bucket of Cod 1 16 trades 1
Apprentice Raw Cod 15 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 10
Emerald

Raw Salmon

1
6
0.05 Cooked Salmon 6 16 trades 5
Emerald 2 0.05 Campfire 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman Raw Salmon 13 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
Emerald 7–22 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Fishing Rod 1 3 trades 10
Expert Tropical Fish 6 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
Master Pufferfish 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30[note 2]

One of 5 boats[note 6]
1 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30[note 2]

Fletcher[edit]

Jobsite Block: Fletching Table

Fletcher.
Bedrock Edition
Fletcher Economic Trade
Level Trade slot Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice 1 Stick 32 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
2 Emerald 1 0.05 Arrow 16 12 trades 1
Emerald
Gravel
1
10
0.05 Flint 10 12 trades 1
Apprentice 3 Flint 26 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
4 Emerald 2 0.05 Bow 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman 5 String 14 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
6 Emerald 3 0.05 Crossbow 1 12 trades 10
Expert 7 Feather 24 0.05 Emerald 1 15 trades 30
8 Emerald 7-21 0.05 Enchanted[note 1] Bow 1 3 trades 15
Master 9 Tripwire Hook 8 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
10 Emerald 8-22 0.05 Enchanted[note 1] Crossbow 1 3 trades 15[note 2]
Emerald
Arrow
2
5
0.05



1 of 15 Tipped Arrow

5 12 trades 30[note 2]
Java Edition
Fletcher Economic Trade
Level Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice Stick 32 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Emerald 1 0.05 Arrow 16 12 trades 1
Emerald

Gravel

1
10
0.05 Flint 10 12 trades 1
Apprentice Flint 26 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
Emerald 2 0.05 Bow 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman String 14 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
Emerald 3 0.05 Crossbow 1 12 trades 10
Expert Feather 24 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 30
Emerald 7–21 0.05 Enchanted[note 1] Bow 1 3 trades 15
Master Tripwire Hook 8 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
Emerald 8–22 0.05 Enchanted[note 1] Crossbow 1 3 trades 15[note 2]
Emerald
Arrow
2
5
0.05



1 of 15 Tipped Arrow

5 12 trades 30[note 2]

Leatherworker[edit]

Leatherworker.

Jobsite Block: Cauldron

Bedrock Edition
Leatherworker Economic Trade
Level Trade slot Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice 1 Leather 6 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
2 Emerald 3 0.2 Leather Pants[note 7][verify] 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 7 0.2 Leather Tunic[note 7] 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice 3 Flint 26 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
4 Emerald 5 0.2 Leather Cap[note 7] 1 12 trades 5
Emerald 4 0.2 Leather Boots[note 7] 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman 5 Rabbit Hide 9 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
6 Emerald 7 0.2 Leather Tunic[note 7] 1 12 trades 10
Expert 7 Scute 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
8 Emerald 6 0.2 Leather Horse Armor[note 7] 1 12 trades 15
Master 9 Emerald 5 0.2 Leather Cap[note 7] 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
Emerald 6 0.2 Saddle 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
Java Edition
Leatherworker Economic Trade
Level Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice Leather 6 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Emerald 3 0.2 Leather Pants [note 7] 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 7 0.2 Leather Tunic [note 7] 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice Flint 26 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
Emerald 5 0.2 Leather Cap [note 7] 1 12 trades 5
Emerald 4 0.2 Leather Boots [note 7] 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman Rabbit Hide 9 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
Emerald 7 0.2 Leather Tunic [note 7] 1 12 trades 1
Expert Scute 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
Emerald 6 0.2 Leather Horse Armor [note 7] 1 12 trades 15
Master Emerald 6 0.2 Saddle 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
Emerald 5 0.2 Leather Cap [note 7] 1 12 trades 30[note 2]

Librarian[edit]

Librarian.

Jobsite Block: Lectern

Bedrock Edition
Librarian Economic Trade
Level Trade slot Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice 1 Paper 24 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
2 Emerald 9 0.05 Bookshelf 1 12 trades 1
Emerald
Book
5–64
1
0.2 Enchanted Book[note 8] 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice 3 Book 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
4 Emerald 1 0.05 Lantern 1 12 trades 5
Emerald
Book
5–64
1
0.2 Enchanted Book[note 8] 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman 5 Ink Sac 5 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
6 Emerald 1 0.05 Glass 4 12 trades 10
Emerald
Book
5–64
1
0.2 Enchanted Book[note 8] 1 12 trades 10
Expert 7 Book and Quill 1[note 9] 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
8 Emerald 4 0.05 Compass 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 5 0.05 Clock 1 12 trades 15
Emerald
Book
5–64
1
0.2 Enchanted Book[note 8] 1 12 trades 15
Master 9 Emerald 20 0.05 Name Tag 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
Java Edition
Librarian Economic Trade
Level Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice Paper 24 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Emerald

Book

5–64
1
0.2 Enchanted Book [note 8] 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 9 0.05 Bookshelf 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice Book 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
Emerald

Book

5–64
1
0.2 Enchanted Book [note 8] 1 12 trades 5
Emerald 1 0.05 Lantern 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman Ink Sac 5 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
Emerald

Book

5–64
1
0.2 Enchanted Book [note 8] 1 12 trades 10
Emerald 1 0.05 Glass 4 12 trades 10
Expert Book and Quill 1[note 10] 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
Emerald

Book

5–64
1
0.2 Enchanted Book [note 8] 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 5 0.05 Clock 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 4 0.05 Compass 1 12 trades 15
Master Emerald 20 0.05 Name Tag 1 12 trades 30[note 2]

Mason[edit]

Stone Mason.

Jobsite Block: Stonecutter

Bedrock Edition
Stone Mason Economic Trade
Level Trade slot Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice 1 Clay 10 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
2 Emerald 1 0.05 Brick 10 16 trades 1
Apprentice 3 Stone 20 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 10
4 Emerald 1 0.05 Chiseled Stone Bricks 4 16 trades 5
Journeyman 5
One of 3 stone variants
16 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
6 Emerald 1 0.05
One of 3 polished stone variants
4 16 trades 10
Expert 7 Nether Quartz 12 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
8 Emerald 1 0.05





One of 16 Colored Terracotta or Glazed Terracotta

1 12 trades 15
Master 9 Emerald 1 0.05 Block of Quartz or Quartz Pillar 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
Java Edition
Mason Economic Trade
Level Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice Clay Ball 10 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Emerald 1 0.05 Brick 10 16 trades 1
Apprentice Stone 20 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 10
Emerald 1 0.05 Chiseled Stone Bricks 4 16 trades 5
Journeyman Granite 16 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
Andesite 16 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
Diorite 16 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
Emerald 1 0.05 Polished Andesite 4 16 trades 10
Emerald 1 0.05 Polished Granite 4 16 trades 10
Emerald 1 0.05 Polished Diorite 4 16 trades 10
Expert Nether Quartz 12 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
Emerald 1 0.05 Yellow Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 White Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Black Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Orange Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Gray Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Light Gray Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Red Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Pink Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Magenta Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Purple Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Blue Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Light Blue Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Cyan Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Green Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Lime Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Brown Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Yellow Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 White Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Black Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Orange Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Gray Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05

Light Gray Glazed Terracotta

1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Red Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Pink Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Magenta Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Purple Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Blue Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Light Blue Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Cyan Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Green Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Lime Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Emerald 1 0.05 Brown Glazed Terracotta 1 12 trades 15
Master Emerald 1 0.05 Quartz Pillar 1 12 trades 30[note 2]
Emerald 1 0.05 Block of Quartz 1 12 trades 30[note 2]

Shepherd[edit]

Jobsite Block: Loom

Shepherd.
Bedrock Edition
Shepherd Economic Trade
Level Trade slot Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice 1


One of 4 Wool

18 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
2 Emerald 2 0.05 Shears 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice 3


One of 5 dye

12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 10
4 Emerald 1 0.05



One of 16 Wool

1 16 trades 5
Emerald 1 0.05



One of 16 Carpet

4 16 trades 5
Journeyman 5


One of 5 dye

12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
6 Emerald 3 0.05



One of 16 Bed

1 12 trades 10
Expert 7


One of 6 dye

12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 30
8 Emerald 3 0.05



One of 16 Blank Banner

1 12 trades 15
Master 9 Emerald 2 0.05 Painting 3 12 trades 30[note 2]
Java Edition
Shepherd Economic Trade
Level Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice White Wool 18 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Brown Wool 18 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Black Wool 18 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Gray Wool 18 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Emerald 2 0.05 Shears 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice Black Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 10
Gray Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 10
Lime Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 10
Light Blue Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 10
White Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 10
Emerald 1 0.05



1 or 2 of 16 Wool

1 16 trades 5
Emerald 1 0.05



1 or 2 of 16 Carpet

4 16 trades 5
Journeyman Red Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
Light Gray Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
Pink Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
Yellow Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
Orange Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 20
Emerald 3 0.05



1 or 2 of 16 Bed

1 12 trades 10
Expert Green Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 30
Brown Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 30
Blue Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 30
Purple Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 30
Cyan Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 30
Magenta Dye 12 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 30
Emerald 3 0.05



1 or 2 of 16 blank Banner

1 12 trades 15
Master Emerald 2 0.05 Painting 3 12 trades 30[note 2]

Toolsmith[edit]

Jobsite Block: Smithing Table

Toolsmith.
Bedrock Edition
Toolsmith Economic Trade
Level Trade slot Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice 1 Coal 15 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
2 Emerald 1 0.2 Stone Axe 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 1 0.2 Stone Pickaxe 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 1 0.2 Stone Shovel 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 1 0.2 Stone Hoe 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice 3 Iron Ingot 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
4 Emerald 36 0.2 Bell 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman 5 Flint 30 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
6 Emerald 6-20 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Iron Axe 1 3 trades 10
Emerald 7-21 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Iron Pickaxe 1 3 trades 10
Emerald 8-22 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Iron Shovel 1 3 trades 10
Emerald 4 0.2 Diamond Hoe 1 3 trades 10
Expert 7 Diamond 1 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
8 Emerald 17-31 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Axe 1 3 trades 15
Emerald 10-24 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Shovel 1 3 trades 15
Master 9 Emerald 18-32 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Pickaxe 1 3 trades 30[note 2]
Java Edition
Toolsmith Economic Trade
Level Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice Coal 15 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Emerald 1 0.2 Stone Axe 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 1 0.2 Stone Shovel 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 1 0.2 Stone Pickaxe 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 1 0.2 Stone Hoe 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice Iron Ingot 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
Emerald 36 0.2 Bell 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman Flint 30 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
Emerald 6–20 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Iron Axe 1 3 trades 10
Emerald 7–21 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Iron Shovel 1 3 trades 10
Emerald 8–22 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Iron Pickaxe 1 3 trades 10
Emerald 4 0.2 Diamond Hoe 1 3 trades 10
Expert Diamond 1 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
Emerald 17–31 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Axe 1 3 trades 15
Emerald 10–24 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Shovel 1 3 trades 15
Master Emerald 18–32 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Pickaxe 1 3 trades 30[note 2]

Weaponsmith[edit]

Weaponsmith.

Jobsite Block: Grindstone

Bedrock Edition
Weaponsmith Economic Trade
Level Trade slot Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice 1 Coal 15 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
2 Emerald 3 0.2 Iron Axe 1 12 trades 1
Apprentice 3 Iron Ingot 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
4 Emerald 7-21 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Iron Sword 1 3 trades 5
Journeyman 5 Flint 24 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
6 Emerald 36 0.2 Bell 1 12 trades 10
Expert 7 Diamond 1 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
8 Emerald 17-31 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Axe 1 3 trades 15
Master 9 Emerald 13-27 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Sword 1 3 trades 30[note 2]
Java Edition
Weaponsmith Economic Trade
Level Item wanted Default quantity Price multiplier Item given Quantity Trades until disabled XP to villager
Novice Coal 15 0.05 Emerald 1 16 trades 2
Emerald 3 0.2 Iron Axe 1 12 trades 1
Emerald 7–21 0.05 Enchanted[note 1] Iron Sword 1 3 trades 1
Apprentice Iron Ingot 4 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 10
Emerald 36 0.2 Bell 1 12 trades 5
Journeyman Flint 24 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 20
Expert Diamond 1 0.05 Emerald 1 12 trades 30
Emerald 17–31 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Axe 1 3 trades 15
Master Emerald 13–27 0.2 Enchanted[note 1] Diamond Sword 1 3 trades 30[note 2]

Wandering trader sales[edit]

Wandering Trader.

Unlike other villagers, the wandering trader does not buy items in exchange for emeralds – it only sells items, using emeralds as a currency. Therefore, the leftmost column of the following tables is how many emeralds the player needs to receive the items listed in the middle column of the table.

Java Edition sales[edit]

The wandering trader offers five random trades from the list below.

Price Item Trades until disabled
1 emerald 12
8
7
6
5
4
2 emeralds 5
3 emeralds 12
8
4 emeralds 5
5 emeralds 8
5

The other random trade is chosen from the table below. It is always the wandering trader's final trade offer.

Price Items Trades until disabled
1 emerald 8
3 emeralds 6
5 emeralds 4
6 emeralds 6

Bedrock Edition sales[edit]

In Bedrock Edition, wandering traders sell 6 random trades. Their trades are unaffected by demand.

Five of the random trades are shown in the table below:

Price Regular Offer Single Offer[note 11] Trades until disabled
1 emerald 12
8
6
5
4
2 emeralds 5
3 emeralds 12
8
4 emeralds 5
5 emeralds 8
5

The other random trade is shown below (these items are chosen for each wandering trader and always offered but only one of them):

Price Items Trades until disabled
1 emerald 8
3 emeralds 6
5 emeralds 4
6 emeralds 6

Achievements[edit]

Icon Achievement In-game description Actual requirements (if different) Gamerscore earned Trophy type (PS)
The HagglerAcquire or spend 30 Emeralds by trading with villagers.30GSilver
Treasure HunterAcquire a map from a cartographer villager, then enter the revealed structureVisit the structure indicated while the purchased map is in your main hand (hotbar).40GSilver
Buy Low, Sell HighTrade for the best possible price.Buy something for 1 emerald50GGold
Master TraderTrade for 1,000 emeralds.Obtain 1,000 emeralds from trading with villagers.30GSilver

Advancements[edit]

Icon Advancement In-game description Parent Actual requirements (if different) Namespaced ID

Advancement-plain-raw.png

What a Deal!
Successfully trade with a VillagerAdventureTake an item from a villager or wandering trader's trading output slot, and put it in your inventory.adventure/trade

Video[edit]

Video by slicedlime:

History[edit]

Java Edition Beta
August 31, 2010The first time Notch hinted at plans for a possible future trading system was in an interview during MinecraftCon. The implementation of villages themselves and their inhabitants wasn't even confirmed at this point, but Notch still had a couple of ideas: "If you treat the villagers well, they become friendly to you and might start throwing things at you as gifts. If you treat them badly though by attacking and killing them they hate you and might chase you."
Notch also mentioned a meter of how much "villagers like you."
Java Edition
May 21, 2012Jeb released a screenshot of himself testing the Trading System. The image showed buying and selling areas.
An ore block can be seen in the background later revealed in snapshot 12w21a to be Ruby Ore, it was changed to emerald ore before 12w21a because Dinnerbone is colorblind.[1]
1.3.112w21aAdded villager trading.
12w22aEyes of Ender are now sold by priests instead of bought, and rotten flesh is no longer bought.
The trading UI has been changed where an extra input space has been added where tools can be placed for buying enchantments and/or repair.
12w23a Before this snapshot, librarian defaulted to written books instead of gold ingots, since the written books had a potential offer of 1.3.
1.4.212w32aThe librarian's paper offer was adjusted to 24–35 paper per emerald, and the farmer's arrow offer was corrected to 9–12 per emerald.
The offer probability mechanic was changed: as more offers exist for a villager, the probability of all offers rise. When an offer's probability goes beyond a certain limit, its probability goes down. The net effect is that rarer offers become more common when a villager has many offers, and common offers become rarer.
The offer removal mechanic has been replaced with an offer disabling mechanic.
All offers begin with 7 uses, allowing the offer to be traded up to seven times.
After this, even if the player has not left the trading GUI, the offer is disabled.
If a player trades the last offer on the list and closes the GUI, waiting for particles to appear around the villager, all disabled offers are renewed with 2–12 additional uses added to them.
It is possible for the final offer slot to be disabled, at which point no new offers can be generated and no existing offers can be renewed.
Trading with the last offer slot available increases your popularity with the village by one point. Note that your popularity applies to the village as a whole, and other players' popularity is not affected.
1.4.612w49aEnchanted books were added, and villagers could offer them.
1.513w04aA villager spawned from a renamed spawn egg shows its name in the trading interface in place of "Villager".
1.814w02aVillager trading has been revamped. See here for offers before 1.8.
14w03aVillager Clerics no longer buy Ender Pearls, as they did in 14w02a.
14w31aClerics now sell Bottle o' Enchantings, prices range from 3 to 11 emeralds each.
1.915w41aClerics no longer sell Eyes of Ender.
Clerics now sell Ender Pearls, prices range from 4 to 7 emeralds each.
15w43aLibrarians charge double for books with "treasure" enchantments.
1.1116w33aFarmers now sell 5 to 7 apples and 6 to 10 cookies for an emerald instead of just 5 and 6 respectively.
16w39aAdded new trades through the Cartographer career.
1.1419w11aVillager trading prices now depend on player's popularity in the village.
Villagers now resupply their trades up to two times a day, if they get to work at a job site block.
1.1519w45aLibrarians now sell one bookshelf for nine emeralds, instead of three bookshelves for six emeralds.
Pocket Edition
1.0.4alpha 1.0.4.0Added villager trading.
1.1.0alpha 1.1.0.3Added new trades through the Cartographer career.
Bedrock Edition
1.2.13beta 1.2.13.5Added Curse of Binding and Curse of Vanishing enchantments, which at this time can be obtained only via trading with librarians.
1.4.0beta 1.2.20.2Removed the curse enchantments in enchanted books from librarian trading.
1.10.0beta 1.10.0.3Added new trades through the stone mason villager profession and wandering trader.
1.11.0beta 1.11.0.1Added economic trades, where players can unlock multiple tiers at once by leveling up villagers.
Villagers now have a demand in which their emerald cost can change higher or lower than usual.
beta 1.11.0.4Changed trading for villagers.
Villager no longer instantly resupply their trades when disabled, as now they need to work at a job site block to resupply themselves.
Hero of the Village now gives a trading price discount, except for one emerald trades (as it already costs one emerald).
beta 1.11.0.7Pressing use on a trade now auto-trades items.
Reverted cake trade from farmer villagers, increased max amount of some trade until disabled for master level stone mason and wandering trader.
1.12.0beta 1.12.0.3Changed some trades for both villager and wandering trader.
beta 1.12.0.4Removed regular sand from the wandering trader trades and adjusted the cost of a diamond hoe on the toolsmith.
1.13.0beta 1.13.0.1Cartographer villager now buy 11 glass panes, rather than 10.
beta 1.13.0.15Farmer villager now sell suspicious stew.
1.16.0beta 1.16.0.57Villager trade values have been changed to closely match Java Edition.
?Enchanted items now cost in a range.
Legacy Console Edition
TU14CU11.04Patch 11.0.1Added villager trading.
TU20CU81.13Librarian villagers now may offer name tags for sale.
TU31CU191.22Patch 3Changed villager trades to offers as of Java Edition 1.8.
1.91Villager trading prices now depend on player's popularity in the village.
Villagers now resupply their trades up to two times a day, if they get to work at a job site block.

Issues[edit]

Issues relating to "Trading", "Trades", or "Trade" are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.

Trivia[edit]

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The specific instructions are: emeralds above their heads
  • Right-clicking on a villager or wandering trader pauses that villager's or wandering trader's pathfinding.
  • If a villager takes damage while trading, the trading GUI closes.
  • In Bedrock Edition, while inside the trading GUI, an emerald appears above the villager's or wandering trader's head.

Gallery[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af When creating an enchantment offer, the game uses a random enchantment level from 5 – 19. The enchantments are never treasure enchantments.
  2. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq As the villager cannot level up any further, they do not actually gain any experience.
  3. a b If explorer maps are bought when in the Nether, the End or a superflat world, the explorer map does not show a destination structure, and buying it in an Old world causes the game to freeze
  4. a b In worlds that do not have the structure, this trade is not offered.
  5. The stew grants one of the following effects: 6 seconds of Blindness, 8 seconds of Jump Boost, 5 seconds of Night Vision, 14 seconds of Poison, 0.35 seconds of Saturation, or 7 seconds of Weakness.
  6. a b The type of boat trade depends on the biome outfit of the villager. Plains villagers buy oak boats, taiga and snowy villagers buy spruce boats, desert and jungle villagers buy jungle boats, savanna villagers buy acacia boats, and swamp villagers buy dark oak boats.
  7. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n The leather armor has a random color created by two dyes (possibly the same dye twice.)
  8. a b c d e f g h The enchantment is chosen randomly with equal chance of any enchantment type occurring and equal chance to get any level of it, so high-level enchantments are as likely to get as low-level enchantments. The price in emeralds depends on the enchantment level and "treasure" status. The possible values are 5–19 emeralds for Lvl I, 8–32 for Lvl II, 11–45 for Lvl III, 14–58 for Lvl IV, and 17–71 for Lvl V. For "treasure" enchantments the price is doubled. Note that the cost is capped to 64, meaning that for example Lvl V books truly range from 17–64 emeralds with costs at the upper end of the range being more common.
  9. They actually buy 2 books and quills, but due to the fact that there is only 1 trading input slot, and books and quills cannot stack, only 1 is bought.
  10. The trade always appears as requiring 2 books and quills but being discounted to just requiring 1. This occurs no matter what.
  11. Only one item is offered (e.g. wandering trader cannot sell both cocoa beans and pink dye). Each group of single-offer trades has the same chance to be chosen as a normal trade. For example, each individual sapling does not have the same chance of being offered as a slimeball; instead, the sapling group as a whole has the same chance of being offered as a slimeball.

References[edit]