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I'm building a world to show off each and every type of villager in Minecraft 1.14 (snapshots). I'm wondering if there is a command to summon specific villagers with certain professions (I already know how to make specific trades though). Is it nbt data or what? I just need to summon them into my world with /summon villager ~ ~ ~. I need it for each biome, profession, career, and trade tier.

  • What sort of help do you actually need? – Ash Dec 15 '18 at 16:33
  • Just need command to summon specific villagers with certain professions, etc. (I already know how to make specific trades though). Just need to summon them into my world with /summon villager ~ ~ ~....... – AAWWEESSOOMMEE7 Dec 15 '18 at 16:42
  • Is it nbt data or what? I also need ids for each. Thx – AAWWEESSOOMMEE7 Dec 16 '18 at 15:19
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In 1.14, this sort of data is all contained within the villager's VillagerData compound. It contains

  • profession, which is a string. It can be any of minecraft:armorer, minecraft:butcher, etc.
  • type, which is also a string. It can be any of minecraft:desert, minecraft:jungle, etc.
  • level, which is an integer. This should be pretty self explanatory.

So an example command might be

summon minecraft:villager ~ ~ ~ {VillagerData:{type:"minecraft:plains",profession:"minecraft:mason",level:2}}

You can find all the valid profession and type values here on the wiki.

  • Oh my God thank you so much!! – AAWWEESSOOMMEE7 Feb 4 at 3:02
  • @SeenNorvell If the answer was correct, please mark it as accepted. – AjaxGb Feb 4 at 17:58
  • How do I accept it? – AAWWEESSOOMMEE7 Feb 5 at 1:42
  • Checkmark next to it? – AAWWEESSOOMMEE7 Feb 5 at 1:42
  • Quick question @AjaxGb, is there any way for you to make a /data for this also? If not, that's ok. Thanks – AAWWEESSOOMMEE7 Feb 5 at 13:16

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