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I'm trying to make it so that when a villager runs out of stock of a specific trade, it removes that trade from the villager.

I'm stuck at the part where I remove the trade. So far I can only wipe the villager's trades or add a new trade, but not remove a specific trade.

I've tried using

/data modify with the path : Offers.Recipes[{buy:{id:”minecraft:stone”},sell:{id:”minecraft stone”}}]

I've also tried it with the Count tag, but it does not work either.

  • Welcome to Arqade! Could you please specify what you have tried? – fasterthanlight Jul 29 at 18:15
  • ive tried /data modify entity @e[type=“minecraft:villager”] Offers.Recipes[trade] insert 1 value newtrade Ive also tried this for append set merge and prepend and am usure if my target path is sufficent for what i am trying to do. – Ironotor Jul 29 at 18:49
  • im trying to make a datapack that adds a quest system to minecraft. the quests are started by quest items sold by villagers. i want the quests trades to be removed when they run out of stock but still keep the original trades that the villagers have. this way i can refresh the quests trades after a certain amount of time. – Ironotor Jul 29 at 19:01
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    It would be better if you put that content from the comment into your post by editing it. – fasterthanlight Jul 29 at 19:48
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Instead of using /data modify, use /data remove.

/data remove @e[type=villager,name="TheVillagerToActUpon",limit=1] Offers.Recipes[{buy:{id:"minecraft:stone"},sell:{id:"minecraft:stone"},Uses:5}]

Replace the 5 in Uses:5 to say how many times the trade can be used. Put the command in a repeating command block.

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  • Thanks! it took a bit of tinkering but i was able to remove a trade using this! – Ironotor Jul 29 at 19:10

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