Villager Trade Tables [Forge] Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2/1.10.2

Villager Trade Tables [Forge] Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2/1.10.2 adds new tables that are similar to Loot Tables, but for Villager Trading. Explore existing villager trade tables for free here!

Villager Trade Tables [Forge] Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2/1.10.2
Villager Trade Tables [Forge] Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2/1.10.2

How to control Villager Trade Tables

It’s simple to make use of the present content. Actually, the mod allows everybody to generate new villager professions and careers. Besides, you’re able to add or remove trades by using the JSON files.

The edition also arrives with some strange trades and several villagers that you have never seen before. They are useful for you to start.

How to create new villagers

Set completely new villager professions, or supplement new careers for current professions, or your custom ones.

How to form new Trades and clear existing ones

The release will help you add your own trades or delete the ones that you don’t want. It works flexibly for various trade options than vanilla Minecraft has.

It assists trading items with metadata and NBT data, items with the random potion, or enchantment effects. There are multiple-choice trades and trades with a percentage chance of happening.

Configuration

It’s configurable. If you don’t like the trades or villagers in-mod, you can disable the built-in changes via a config file.

Documentation

There is documentation on how the JSON files run and what options are obtainable. They are on the wiki.

Trades for Vanilla Villagers

They are stuff within Villager Trade Tables, including:

Farmer:

Purchases beetroot at level 1 at 15-19 per emerald

Fisherman:

Sells fishing rods at level 2 for 2-3 emeralds

Sells enchanted fishing rods at level 3 for 7-8 emeralds

Shepherd:

Sells enchanted shears at level 3 for 12-15 emeralds

Fletcher:

Buys flint at level 1 for 15-20 per emeralds

Does the same for the feathers at level 1 for 15-20 per emerald

Sells enchanted bows at level 3 for 12-15 emeralds

Armorer:

25% chance of each of the following. They are enchanted items that the armorer will sell:

Diamond helmets at level 3 for 10-12 emeralds

Diamond chestplate at level 3 for 16-19 emeralds

Diamond leggings at level 3 for 14-17 emeralds

Diamond boots at level 3 for 8-10 emeralds

Tool Smith:

Sells diamond shovels you enchant at level 3 for 9-12 emeralds

Bucher:

They will buy:

Raw beef at level 1 for 14-18 per emerald

Raw mutton at level 1 for 14-18 per emerald

Raw rabbit at level 1 for 14-18 per emerald

They will sell:

Cooked beef at level 2 for 5-7 emeralds

Cooked mutton at level 2 for 5-7 emeralds

Cooked rabbit at level 2 for 6-8 emeralds

Leatherworker:

They purchase rabbit hide at level 1 for 18-24 emeralds.

Nitwit:

They buy poisonous potatoes at level 1 for 15-19 per emerald.

Trades for Custom Villagers

Aside from trades for vanilla villagers, you will have trades for Custom Villagers in Villager Trade Tables.

Brewer (Yellow Robe):

Here are objects that they buy:

Sugar at level 1 for 18-22 per emerald

Brown mushrooms at level 1 for 15-19 per emerald

Gunpowder at level 2 for 18-22 per emerald

Spider eyes at level 2 for 12-16 per emerald

Moreover, they will trade:

One carrot and one emerald at level 1 for one golden carrot

One melon slice and one emerald at level 1 for one glistering melon

They sell, too:

Puffer fish at level 1 for 3-5 emeralds

Magma cream at level 2 for 3-5 emeralds

Ghast tears at level 2 for 6-8 emeralds

Fermented spider eyes at level 2 for 4-6 emeralds

A random potion at level 3 for 3-5 emeralds

8-16 tipped arrows with a random effect at level 3 for 3-5 emeralds

Redstoner (Red Robe):

They buy:

Wooden planks at level 1 for 15-20 per emerald

Stone at level 1 for 12-16 per emerald

Quartz at level 1 for 15-20 per emerald

They sell:

8-10 stone buttons or 10-12 wooden buttons at level 1 for 1 emerald

4-6 levers at level 1 for 1 emerald

4-5 stone pressure plates or 5-6 wooden pressure plates at level 1 for 1 emerald

3-5 tripwire hooks at level 1 for 1 emerald

Redstone repeaters at level 2 for 8-12 emeralds

Redstone comparators at level 2 for 10-16 emeralds

Daylight sensors at level 2 for 10-16 emeralds

Tinkerer (Blue Robe):

They have no trades.

Necromancer (Purple Robe – new career for Priest Villagers):

They trade:

One zombie skull and 8-12 emeralds at level 1 for one zombie spawn egg

One skeleton skull and 8-12 emeralds at level 1 for one skeleton spawn egg

One creeper skull and 8-12 emeralds at level 1 for one creeper spawn egg

Villager Trade Tables is a mod with miscellaneous information. It has villager trade tables that look like loot tables. On which, you can build new villager professions and careers. It’s straightforward to configure whatever. You can connect to the Minecraft Forum thread to find more info.

Requires

  • Minecraft Forge

How to Villager Trade Tables [Forge] Mod

Here is the best guide to help you launch Villager Trade Tables [Forge]

  • Firstly, make sure that you have successfully installed Minecraft Forge and Mantle Mod!
  • Set the right location for the Minecraft application folder
    • From the Windows, please access Run on the Start Menu. Then, type “%appdata%” and choose the Run button.
    • From the Mac Open Finder, press down Alt and Left-click on Go -> Library on the top-screen menu bar. Enter the folder Application Support and search for “Minecraft”!
  • Drop the mod Villager Trade Tables [Forge] that you have already downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods directory!
  • After you embark on Minecraft and left-click on the Mods icon, you will find Villager Trade Tables [Forge] is set up!

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Villager Trade Tables [Forge] Mod Download Links

For Minecraft: 1.12.2
For Minecraft: 1.11.2
For Minecraft: 1.10.2
Developer: Forge_User_41096743 – Source: curseforge