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A Villager generates new trades depending on its Career and CareerLevel tags, according to the wiki:

  • Career: The ID of this villager's career. This also influences trading options and the villager's name in the GUI (if it does not have a CustomName). If 0, the next time offers are refreshed, the game will assign a new Career and reset CareerLevel to 1.

  • CareerLevel: The current level of this villager's trading options. Influences the trading options generated by the villager; if it is greater than their career's maximum level, no new offers are generated. Increments when a trade causes offers to be refreshed. If 0, the next trade to do this will assign a new Career and set CareerLevel to 1. Set to a high enough level and there will be no new trades to release (Career must be set to 1 or above).

What is the the maximum CareerLevel value for each corresponding Career value?

  • While I can't currently answer for each specific profession and career combo, I will say that you do not have to satisfy an exact maximum level to prevent trades from generating. As long as Career is not 0 (a value of 1 works for all Professions) and CareerLevel is at the max or higher for that career (a value of 100 would work for everything, for example), then trades will not generate. e.g. Career:1,CareerLevel:100 would stop trades for all professions. – Skylinerw Apr 7 '17 at 23:59
  • @Skylinerw thanks, yeah I know. But for this software I'm coding I need to detect if that max level has already been reached. – mrg95 Apr 8 '17 at 0:03
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    Thx for the edit @SevenSidedDie. Looks much nicer. – mrg95 Apr 8 '17 at 1:57
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I couldn't find the answer online, so I decided to try them all out myself.

Here are the max CareerLevels for each Career type:

Farmer      4
Fisherman   2
Shepherd    2
Fletcher    2
Librarian   6
Cartographer ? (Tested on console)
Cleric      4
Armorer     4
Weapon      3
Tool        3
Butcher     2
Leather     3
Nitwit       ? (Tested on console)

Once CareerLevel is >= these values, new trades stop generating.

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