Minecraft is full work and you can perform multiple types of tasks in this game. Such as you can make a potion of weakness and craft a fletching table for villagers to offer them jobs and a lot more.
In Minecraft, the Villagers also play an important role in the safehouse of survival worlds with them you can get shelter, food, and items along with good trades.
So if you’re interested in making your favourite Minecraft village with full of Villagers. In this case, you must know how to breed villagers in Minecraft. To start breeding villagers you need to follow some steps that I am going to guide you in this short article.
So, Let’s get started.
Minecraft Villagers – Quick Introduction
The Minecraft Villager plays an important role in the game to provide you with the resources, better trades, help in agriculture and a lot more. In simple words, the Villagers in Minecraft are the passive mobs and you can easily trade different items with villagers based on their profession.
There are different types of villagers you can find in Minecraft, Such as zombie villagers, Traders, Witches, wandering traders and more. So breeding villagers is an important task for you in order to grow the opportunities in the game.
How To Breed Villagers In Minecraft?
Breeding Villagers is not easy as its sounds in Minecraft. You need to properly arrange all the required conditions in order to start breeding villagers in-game. Here I try to explain in simple words how you can easily able to breed the villagers without having a hassle.
Find The Village To Breed
You need to find the village of your choice as you can easily able to find multiple villages in nearby areas in Minecraft. However, you can also breed the villagers in another location if you prefer to create a new village in that location.
2 Villagers are Needed
In order to breed, you need to have two villagers its one of the basic requirements of this process. You can easily boat or cart them to the village location. Most importantly both the villagers must be willing to breed.
Place Both Villagers in the Same Room or Building
You need to place both the villagers close together means both the villagers must be in the same room or building. You can easily do that by moving them too close to each other and build a house around them. This will trap them too closely or else you have a building with enough rooms you can also use it.
Craft the Beds For The Villagers To Breed
You need to craft some of the beds for the villagers. Mainly you need to craft 3 beds one for baby villagers and 2 for villagers. Moreover importantly, the villagers will not breed if there is no extra bed available for their babies. All three beds that you craft must be near to the villagers.
Food Items For Breeding
Firstly you can trade with both the villagers to insure both of them are fine and functioning properly. Now, unlike the humans, the Minecraft villagers can’t consume food. But having enough food items will make them willing to breed.
You need to throw the food in front of the villagers and then villagers will pick them up until they have 3 bread, 12 carrots, 12 potatoes, or 12 beetroots. The hearts will start appearing which means you did everything correctly.
Wait For The Baby Villager
Once the heart icons start appearing you need to wait till the Baby Swap the baby villager. This will take a few seconds until now you explore the Minecraft world and craft new things such as a pirate ship and more. You can find the baby villager next to both villagers.
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Hopefully, you find this article helpful in order understanding the complete process of breeding villagers in Minecraft. For more tips check our Minecraft Guides including the is Minecraft cross platform between Xbox and PS5 and more.