Best Minecraft villagers mods

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Trading Post [Forge & Fabric]

Trading Post [Forge & Fabric] is a mod which adds  a single block called the Trading post into the game. The trading post can be used to trade with multiple villagers at a time from 1 place.  This can be very useful for when you want to see all the trades from a nearby village but do not want to waste your time looking at all the trades offered by all of the villagers and instead want to speed up the process and trade with multiple at once and see all the trades of the nearby villagers.The Trading post is the only block added by the mod, you place it down and you will see an emerald. The emerald will lay down flat by default when there are no villagers within the preset radius for the villagers, when there are villagers in the correct place, you will see an animation with the emerald going up. This is similar to the Visual Workbench mod by the same author and uses some code from Quark.When there is a floating emerald that means there are nearby trades. Just right click the Trading Post and then start making trades. The trading table works with many custom villagers from other mods such as the Quackling from the Ducklings mod. It does not work for piglins bartering though, for that you will need a separate mod called Bartering Station. This mod was inspired by a similar trading post block from Extra Utilities.The radius of the accepted villagers can be customised by editing a config file. The config file can be found by looking in the config folder or by doing /config showfile <modid> and then selecting whether you want the client or server config. If you are on MC Forge you can configure in game with the Config Menus for Forge mod.The mod requires PuzzleLib and Forge Config API for Fabric like many of the other mods by the same creator. LunaPixelStudios (one of the biggest modpack creators) is also involved in this mod.


Moonlight Lib

Moonlight Lib (or Selene) is a set of utilities that offer a variety of specific features, such as:Dynamic resource pack utilitiesThe ability to register dynamic block sets,Block Colour APICustom map markersDynamic Villager AICustom first and third-person animationsGrindstone achievement triggersSoft Fluid SystemDispenser utilitiesMulti-Loader utilities (For Making mods on multiple loaders).These features provide modders with an easy way to create dynamic runtime resource packs, and data packs, resprite and retexture existing textures, register blocks that depend on a specific block set, detect any arbitrary modded block DyeColour, add map decoration and markers, modify villager schedules, create a custom first and third person animations, add custom triggers for grindstone items, manage multiple fluid containers items, register dispenser behaviours, and develop for the forge and fabric loaders. Documentation and examples for how to use Moonlight Lib can be found in the javadocs and example folder included with the mod.Moonlight lib makes modding in general much easier. With its extensive Tag system (known as types) you can easily generate many new types of blocks and group blocks together which can be used for things like crafting and data packs and general grouping, similar to how you are able to group different woods and stones together. The tag system while may make categorisation easier, does make registration harder and means it must be done at a particular time after Moonlight has scanned. This allows full sets to be registered.The Tag system is why many of Moonlight’s most popular mods, such as Carpeted Stairs & Slabs and Every Compat (Wood Good) are compatibility mods designed to make existing mods types work together better.The Block Colour API allows you to easily have similar blocks that are simply a different colour. Moonlight comes with a lot of other artistic and animation (similar to GeckoLib) modules making it good if you really want to customise the game’s appearance.Other great modules include the Villager AI Module (which allows you to control the AI of villagers and modify the schedules), Data Based Fluids which allow you to make Fluids that work well and have many cool features and customisation (such as being able to be put in buckets and bottles) that is registered via data but can still easily be overwritten via Forge fluids On MC Forge.One of the main advantages is the ability to easily make mods which work on both MC Forge and Fabric quite easily with their MultiLoader tools. It is similar to Architectury and even uses ArchLoom for its official build kit (and has some architectury injects) and but can also be used with other similar templates, including the unrelated but similarly named MultiLoader Template by Jarredll08.It is in many ways better than Architectury based on the actual new stuff it allows you to do being more advanced than those by Architectury while providing many of the same most important hooks that Architectury does.There are many mods of various categories which use Moonlight, such as Every Compat and MmmMmmMmmMmm (Target Dummy). If you are a developer there is also information and javadocs and examples on how to make your own mods with Moonlight.One big worry though is that the mod is Licensed All Rights Reserved which may limit your abilities with the mod.


Roughly Enough Professions (REP)

Roughly Enough Professions (REP) is an addon for Roughly Enough Items (REI) that allows players to access information about the Blocks/Block Entities/Workbenches needed for villagers to do their job. To access the panel, press the REI key (default is U) with an emerald or a villager spawn egg, or simply right-click the villager. Most villagers will need only one block, while others may require more. This mod works with vanilla and modded villagers, as long as they are similar to the vanilla villagers in terms of information. To find out which mod a villager is from, press shift on the profession name. This mod is not necessary unless you have many modded villagers or do not already know what they do. For an equivalent mod in Just Enough Items, try Just Enough Professions. For villager trades, a separate mod called Roughly Enough Trades is required.Roughly Enough Professions is very similar to its Just Enough Items counterpart Just Enough Professions, just with a few slight tweaks to accommodate roughly enough items. It is written by the same people.


Just Enough Professions (JEP)

Just Enough Professions (JEP) is a Just Enough Items addon that is used for getting information about different villagers and their jobs.The main functionality that it adds to Just Enough Items is that it can find out the Blocks/Block Entities/Workbenches required for a villager to do their job. You can also see what the villager looks like and their name. This is in a separate tab within Just Enough Items.You can access the panel by the Just Enough Items uses key (which is U by default) with an emerald or Villager spawn egg or just do the right click to get the information about it. Most villagers will just have 1 needed block, others will have more than 1. These blocks are what is required for villagers to do their jobs.It works with vanilla-modded villagers so long as they are similar to the vanilla villagers for their information. If you want to see which mod a villager is from you can by pressing shift on the profession name.This is a fairly simple mod and is not needed if you do not have many modded villagers or already know what they do. There is a Roughly Enough Items equivalent called Roughly Enough Professions.


Ager's mosslings and villages

This mod is a really interesting addition to your minecraft world: thanks to this mod you will have the opportunity to add four new mods that integrate the game experience, custom villages never seen before and new nice mobs ready to fight!This mod adds new mobs and floral nature themed villages with very elegant and beautiful textures, but the look deceives: not all mobs are peaceful.You will find 4 different mobs with their respective villages:- Small Mossling: they are peaceful, but if you attack them they have a chance to turn into mossling brutes;- Mossling Brutes: they attack everything around them, but after some time they turn back into Small Mossling;- Mossling Warrior: are armed and will attack anyone and any mob, but are also immune to arrows;- Mossling Archer: are archers who attack from long distances, especially in groups;These mobs can also be domesticated and in their villages they will lay eggs that will hatch themselves.This mod is really a great upgrade for all those who want to add something aesthetically beautiful and very interesting in operation.


Tax' Ocean Villager

Tax' Ocean Villagers mod adds ships with villagers in them. These ships come in different variations. They spawn in the ocean naturally or you can spawn them using the /function ercerus command. You have to explore the large oceans to come across them. The crew on the ship offers custom trades, so you find some deals that you may like. There will be illagers too, and you'll have to fight them off.This is a Forge mod and download links are given below. Read the installation instructions carefully.


Guard Villagers

Minecraft villagers are pretty vulnerable to hostile mob attacks. The only way they defend themselves is by spawning an Iron Golem. But the Iron Golem is no match for a horde of zombies, creepers and skeletons. It will die very quickly, leaving the villagers to die. The Guard Villagers mod solves this issue by adding Guards.Guards spawn in villages in groups of 6. They have either an iron sword or a crossbow. They fight off any threat to the village, even you. The Guards will allow trusted players to open their inventory to change their armor, weapons, etc. To earn a Guard's trust, you have to earn the villager's trust. If you have the Hero of the Village effect, the Guards will follow and fight for you. This can be activated by clicking the Follow button.Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can expect from this mod. This is a Forge mod and download links are given below. Read the installation instructions carefully.


Farmer's Delight

Farmer's Delight is a mod that improves upon the farming and cooking aspect in Minecraft. With this mod, you can craft a large variety of items from sandwiches to salads and stews, several varieties of desserts, feasts, etc. Also, there are several other blocks that can be used to store items. these blocks can also be used to detail your farm/kitchen themed builds. Much of the mod can be progressed by following the advancements screen.Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can expect from this mod. This is a Forge mod and download links are given below. Read the installation instructions carefully.


Mob Catcher

A simple mod with game changing benefits. The Mob Catcher mod allows you to do exactly what it's name suggest: catch mobs. This mod adds two new items into the game, the diamond mob catcher and the netherite mob catcher. The diamond mob catcher allows you to catch and release passive mobs like villagers, cows, sheep, etc. Can be be crafted by placing a lead in the centre of a 3x3 crafting grid and 4 diamonds in the slots adjacent to the lead.The netherite mob catcher allows you to catch and release hostile mobs like zombies, creepers, spiders, etc. Can be be crafted by placing a lead in the centre of a 3x3 crafting grid and 4 netherite ingots in the slots adjacent to the lead.Neither of the mob catchers can capture boss mobs like the ender dragon and the wither.This mod offers versions for both Forge and Fabric. The download links given below will take you to the official curseforge files page from where you can download your required version of the mod.


Tidbits - Villagers, Discs and More!

Tidbits is an amazing mod that introduces a lot of new things into your game. The mod does not focus on just improving a specific aspect of the game, but rather focuses on improving the whole game in general. Tidbits introduces four new villager professions along with their workstations, village houses and accompanying trades. The four new villager professions are listed below :The Engineer, which buys and sells redstone-related items.The Lumberjack, which buys and sells items relating to wood and tree cutting with support for other mods.The Contractor, which buys and sells building materials.The Disc Jockey, which buys and sells music related items, including discs, and special cosmetic items.The mod adds two new ores into the game. The flint ore spawn in gravel and drops guaranteed flint. And the sulphur ore spawns in the nether and drops gunpowder. Another addition by Tidbits is chainmail, which you can use to craft chainmail armor. The mod also introduces more new blocks, music discs, etc.Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can expect from this pack. This is a Forge mod and download links are given below.


Easy Villagers

This mod lets you pick up villagers as an item. There are also blocks that substitute every farm that includes villagers.The Villager ItemThe villager item can be obtained by sneaking and right-clicking a villager or pressing the 'V' key.The Trader BlockThe trader block allows trading with the villager without having to deal with securing the villager. This block also allows the villager to restock in non-working hours. The restocking time of the villager is not dependent on any external sources like day/night time or dimension. You can customize the trading interval in the config.


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