Many animals & villagers in Minecraft can be breed. Cows, pigs, wolves and chickens are some examples of mob breeds that you can’t find in the real world. Villagers are another example of a breed that is only found in Minecraft.
Minecraft players can use villagers to create a reliable source of emeralds or an efficient Iron Golem farm. In this tutorial, we will show you how to breed villagers at the right levels.
How can I breed villagers in Minecraft?
To breed villagers, find two villagers you want to mate. Get them both into the same room and give them some food. Then throw more food near them! Their “lack of food” will start to decrease as they become more willing lovers.
The following step-by-step pictorial guide will show you how to breed villagers in Minecraft.
Step-1 The first step in breeding villagers in Minecraft is to find and locate a village. Once you have found the village, with two other villagers that you want to breed, get them in room alone together.
Step-2 To do this, you will need your villagers to be confined in a room with at least 3 beds. The more beds you provide in your room, the more villagers will want to pair up and have children. Consequently, instead of only five people living with you if you have ten beds in a room, there could be twenty people living with you over time.
The beds in your breeding room need a two-block height – this is so the villagers can climb on and off it without suffocating, but also to keep bed count as accurate as possible.
To make a baby, two villagers must be placed in the same room together. They will not breed unless there is an unclaimed bed for them to act out their romantic desires.
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And after a short amount of time, a new baby will appear. You can repeat this as many times as you would like, but only in the case that there are unclaimed beds in the area.
What is the best way to breed villagers with Gardens?
If you would like to simplify the breeding process of villagers, try using gardens. You can tell this strategy will work because when a villager is in the garden they harvest crops automatically and then place them in their inventory.
In this circumstance, you should create a garden in the area where the villagers are and plant seeds. If you have any unclaimed beds, they will take care of the rest of the work and breed until all of them are claimed.
How do you breed villagers in Minecraft by throwing food?
Breeding villagers is a good way to increase the number of villagers in your town. The easiest way to breed villagers, though, is throwing food near them and letting them fill their inventory with food. Once they have enough food on hand, you’ll see an increased willingness for breeding from that villager.
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To make villagers willing, they first need 12 carrots, potatoes, beetroots or bread in their inventory. In order for villagers to breed, they must have at least one of the four types of food listed.
Can I breed Villagers by Trading them?
Once a villager is found, the only way for them to produce offspring (or start breeding) is if they are “willing.” Once you know how to make them more “willing,” it then becomes possible for you to unlock them. If a villager has unlocked trade requests that you have not completed before, then they will be more willing to take your food. If they do not have any trades that you haven’t completed already, then there is a 20% chance that they will accept your offer.