There is an achievement in the Xbox 360 of Minecraft for curing a Zombie Villager from its infection.

Is there a way to save the poor villager from its infection?

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    @DarkHyudrA. He could, but he wanted a better answer. Some answers in the wikipedia are written in a way that some people do not understand. I am sure he googled it before and couldn't find the answer he wanted, and so came to our Q&A site. Please be more considerate. I am sure he would not be asking this question if he already found the answer he wanted on the wikipedia. – SamsungNote7Plus Feb 12 '16 at 10:19
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    @DetonationsPlus I know that the wiki is a mess, because there's so much content ina single page, but I'm still with my point: found this in the 5th link on google, and there's a ton more non SE sites with answers to that question gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/177784/… – DH. Feb 12 '16 at 10:32
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Make a Splash Potion of Weakness (use a Fermented Spider Eye and Gunpowder) and throw it at the villager. After they have that effect, feed them a regular Golden Apple (via the Use Button). In a while, they will turn back into a regular villager.

Note, though, that it's a good idea to keep the villager somewhere sheltered so he doesn't burn before he transforms.


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  • Also, partially cured zombie villagers can despawn if you don't keep an eye on them. – user124289 Feb 12 '16 at 20:53

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