So I entered this and it says this all the time

Data Tag Parsing Failed: Encountered Multiple Top Tags, Only One Expected

And here is the command:

/summon Villager ~ ~1 ~ {NoAI:1,Rotation:[45.0f,-15.0f]},{CustomName:"Fire"}

You don't need to separate the {NoAI:1,Rotation:[45.0f,-15.0f]} portion of the NBT tag and the {CustomName:"Fire"} portion. In fact, it's causing the syntax error here.

What you're going to want is as follows:

/summon Villager ~ ~1 ~ {NoAI:1,Rotation:[45.0f,-15.0f],CustomName:"Fire"}

Additionally, you may want to add CustomNameVisible:1 to the NBT tag to make the name show up like a player name, so the command becomes the following:

/summon Villager ~ ~1 ~ {NoAI:1,Rotation:[45.0f,-15.0f],CustomName:"Fire",CustomNameVisible:1}
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  • After testing, I'm not quite clear what CustomNameVisible does. I'll do some more science to find out. – Unionhawk Jun 19 '15 at 0:27
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    it forces a custom name to be visible/invisible, if you set it to0 you won't see the name, useful for crazy commandblock stuff and custom maps. also sorry for necropost – Venya Oct 25 '17 at 14:44

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