Custom village house minecraft

Custom village house minecraft DEFAULT

See also: Tutorials/Village mechanics&#;§&#;Artificial Village Defenses

Villagers are useful passive mobs. Players can get items that are normally hard to obtain (like enchanted diamond armor) or downright impossible (bottle o' enchanting) via trading with villagers using emeralds as currency. However, finding a village with live Villagers can sometimes be difficult, but there is a simple solution - to make your own village.


A villager needs a house to stay in and be sheltered from threats such as illagers and zombies, which attack villagers on sight. Below are a few houses that you can make for them. Please note that as of , villagers consider a bed to be a house.


This is for those who want the villagers to start breeding, or are low on supplies.

  1. Place a bed.
  2. Make sure it is not obstructed.
  3. Wait for a villager to come and sleep.


See also: Village/Structure/Blueprints

  1. Dig out a 5×5 area and fill it with 25 planks.
  2. Chop out the corners and replace them with wood.
  3. Pillar jump 4 times on each corner.
  4. Fill in the walls with planks, then replace the block in the middle with the glass.
  5. Get rid of the middle and lower blocks. Place the door from the outside.
  6. Finish the roof.
  7. Light up the inside and outside with torches or glowstone.
  8. Place a bed inside.

Breeding huts[]

An easy way to make buildings that can make your villagers multiply a lot. They're designed to be practical more than attractive, though.

  1. Place 10 beds.
  2. Place a bell where villagers can gather.
  3. Place at least one Composter to make at least one villager adopt the profession of farmer.
  4. Dig a hole and fill it with water, then make some farmlands and give the farmer some seeds (wheat or beetroot), potatoes or carrots, so they can plant and harvest crops to share food with other villagers, which makes them willing to breed.
  5. Decorate the building if desired.

Another way to do this:

  1. Make a 6×6 square, with walls, out of your building material.
  2. Place 1 door, then a line of cobblestone, then another door for the entrance.
  3. Transform two zombie villagers back into villagers.
  4. Place two beds
  5. At night, the villagers go inside and sleep (they won't breed if villagers are not willing)

Trading hall[]

Skipping to the advanced version, you can make a large building to house (imprison) many villagers for convenient trading. Entry should be blocked by fence gates or iron doors to prevent escapes, and the entire building needs to be well-lit and otherwise defended from invading monsters; otherwise the design and appearance is up to you. The core of the trading hall is the series of cubicles where the villagers spend their lives. These can be separated by walls, fences or blocks, with a fence-gate for you to get in or let a villager in or out. These need to have at least four blocks of floor space each: Two for a bed, one for a job site block, and one for the villager to stand. The open space should be between the head of the bed and the fence gate. Ceilings should be three blocks high to allow iron golems to move around, and allow villagers to breed. You may also have a "breeding hall" or dorm with several beds, to breed yet-unemployed villagers. Use fence gates to block off any stairs you may need, and trapdoors to block any ladders.


Artificial Villages can be attacked by zombie sieges and illager raids too, so you need to establish defenses for them as well, and you can do it before bringing the first Villagers there! (note: if you already have an artificial village populated with Villagers, refer to regular Village Defenses)

Firstly, you need to build a wall around the area where you plan to build the artificial Village. As the player selects the terrain, and there is no rush, you may incorporate erratic terrain to your liking, but make sure safety accommodations are made for the villagers including lakes/rivers, lava lakes (most important), caves, and two block or more holes/4 or more block drops. Also, make sure you use fence gates to get in and out of the walled area. It is also a good idea to put a block or two out from the top of the wall so spiders can't climb in, so you yourself would be safer.

Next, you need to light up the area inside the Village to minimize hostile mob spawning at night. After that, make sure that you placed at least one bell, making sure it has a considerable distance from the wall. Afterward, make sure there are at least 10 beds inside the wall. (It is advised to move the beds inside houses with wooden doors later if they are not already.)

Next, it is time to bring in the villagers. make sure there are at least two, and that you have spawned an Iron Golem inside (note you can also kidnap iron golems via boats). Next, do some rapid breeding (or bring in more Villagers) until there are at least five Villagers (more if the enclosure is more than 80 blocks long or wide or tall (only include tall if you use the air for a multi-level village).

After that, you can build the village to your heart's desire, but make sure that additional areas are also walled, and don't tear down the preexisting wall until the new walls are up and the new area is well lit.

Obtaining villagers[]

There are two general ways to obtain villagers from the surrounding natural environment. Once free, villagers are hard to control, but you can lead them around by placing a job site block for them, then once they have reached it and taken a profession, you can break the job block and place it further along where you want them to go. Once you have actually traded with a villager, their profession can't change, so for those, you'll need the right job-site block for their profession. Once you've installed them in their home, place the job-site block for the profession you want them to have, and then trade with them to make that profession permanent.

Kidnapping from a village[]

An easy way to obtain villagers involves using a boat to move villagers from the nearest village to a more convenient place. Boats can be moved on level ground (without water). A villager can be made to enter the boat by pushing the villager into the conveyance (or driving it into the villager), and the villager does not leave until the boat is broken. However, boats can move only downward but not upward. You can, however, push a boat upward using a piston and a redstone torch.

Curing a zombie villager[]

Catching and curing a zombie villager is another way to obtain a villager. Zombie villagers can be found in igloo basements, or in abandoned villages, but occasionally they can be found anywhere in the overworld. It is recommended to build traps (like large holes 2 or 3 blocks deep) to hunt them. They do not spawn in other cases where normal zombies may spawn; e.g. from spawners or as a reinforcement spawned by an attacked zombie or zombified piglin.

When found, zombie villagers must be detained and covered with a roof (or soaked in water) to prevent them from burning in sunlight. They can be cured with a splash potion of Weakness and a golden apple. At this point, they can be carried to their village with minecarts (but recommended to settle their village in the vicinity after having them).

Additionally, if you're in a snowy biome and haven't found a village, you can start up your own by finding an igloo with a basement. This is a reliable method for creating your own village in a snowy biome. In the basement of the igloo, there is a zombie villager and a cleric (in Bedrock Edition, the villager may be any profession). By curing the zombie villager, you'll have two villagers (one of them transforms into a leatherworker, due to the cauldron being their job site block), which you can transport to the top of the igloo via Minecarts or upward Bubble Column.

Next, place down at least 6 valid beds around the two villagers, and give them some food (3 pieces of bread each) to make them "willing" to breed. After the two villagers breed and create a baby villager, you can create a simple infinite villager breeder. Note that villagers cannot infinitely breed without stopping, because they also need to rest at home, sleep, gossip, and work (or wander around if they are a nitwit). Additionally, they need food in order to be willing.


If one wants to get more villagers (and get a blacksmith, just place their job site block; smithing table for toolsmith, blast furnace for armorer and grindstone for weaponsmith), one can repeatedly add in more houses to let the villagers breed more and make more villagers. Also, if the villagers are gossiping a lot, an iron golem can spawn, which can be an aid in defense or a source of iron.

Please note that the larger your village is, the more prone it is to a zombie siege. In order for a zombie siege to occur, there must be at least 10 beds or 20 villagers and the player must be present in the village.

If you build a village in a biome where an illager patrol can spawn, be careful: Fences or walls can keep them out easily, but they try to kill villagers, and killing the patrol captain triggers a raid in your own village. If possible, let an iron golem kill the captain; otherwise, you can equip yourself with a milk bucket and try to kill everyone but the captain (if you accidentally kill the captain in the village, drink the milk immediately and hope for the best). Then lead the captain well away from the village (over 32 blocks from the nearest bed) to kill them, and drink the milk before returning to the village.


  • You can recreate natural village buildings as much as possible, but for example, building another temple does not create more clerics; for that you need to add more brewing stands, that being a cleric's job site block. More villagers simply means the babies produced have an equal chance of getting any of the occupations that depend on the job site blocks in the village.
  • You may be interested in building a villager farm; they produce villagers in extremely high densities, making it worthwhile to enclose the entire villager farm to keep out hostile mobs and make it easier to light up and navigate.
  • Villagers tend to be careless. They can fall off from high places, take damage on cacti or even swim in lava pools. Restrict them from such areas as much as possible by placing fences or any other kind of barricade (other than cacti, fire, or lava).
  • You can add fountains, trees, parks, and the like to beautify the village.
  • When night falls, villagers fail to scatter around so that they all go into a different house. Villagers seek unclaimed beds, which means if a villager cannot find any unclaimed beds, most of them would probably fail to get into the safety of their houses. To prevent this, one can make a big house with more than one bed. However, another way of protecting them is to simply sleep before hostile mobs spawn.
  • Create lamp posts. This reduces the number of mobs that spawn. A plains village lamp post is usually 2 fences and a block of stripped oak wood on top, with torches on the sides of the wood. Another design could consist of (savanna village design) acacia fences and torch on top of it, (desert village design) terracotta on top of 2 cut sandstone with a torch on top of terracotta, (taiga and snowy taiga design) cobblestone wall with a torch on it, (snowy tundra design) 3 block height of spruce fence with 1 to 4 lantern attached to the bottom of sided fence (or if you are lazy, just place a torch every 10 blocks). Once you've gotten pumpkins (the Wandering Trader can help), jack-o-lanterns become an option.

Sample Village Buildings[]

This information is about a sample village and its buildings. You can grab inspiration from these simple designs OR simply build them with a different material.



Note: Change the crafting table for the villagers job site block.


How to Make Your Own Village in "Minecraft"

Dreamhowl has been playing "Minecraft" since She enjoys building, farming, and breeding animals. She especially enjoys magic modpacks!

What Is a Village?

In Minecraft, a village is a group of buildings inhabited by villagers. Villages spawn into plains, savannah, taiga, snowy taiga, snowy tundra, and desert biomes. The type of village depends on the location of the village center, known as the meeting point. As of Village and Pillage , the number of villagers that spawn depends on the number of houses with beds.

Villages spawn with at least one house and villager, which players can trade with for items. The more villagers there are, the greater the selection of items and better the chance that they will be valuable. Villagers will accept or offer emeralds for various items. There are now fifteen villager professions, each with their own outfit:

Villager Professions and Outfits

Villager ProfessionVillager Outfit


Welding mask


Red headband, white apron


Golden monocle


Purple apron, creeper cloak


Straw hat


Fisher hat


Hat with feather, quiver on back


Brown apron, brown gloves


Glasses, book hat


Black apron, black gloves


Green coat


Brown hat, white apron


Black apron


Biome outfit, no extras


Eyepatch, black apron

Breeding Villagers

Once you have found a village, you can breed villagers to increase the population. A village&#x;s population is based on the number of beds in the village. Villagers will only breed if the current population is less than % of the available beds. Since villagers sleep in beds at night, they must have unobstructed access to bed blocks. The structure of the houses you build for new villagers does not matter, as long as they include beds.


As of "Minecraft" , villagers now only breed when willing. Villagers become willing by having at least 3 bread, 12 potatoes, 12 carrots, or 12 beetroots in their inventories. Players can throw food at villagers to have them pick it up. Villagers will breed depending on the time of day. New beds must exist to accommodate baby villagers, or adults will not breed.

1. Create Houses for Villagers

In villages, the amount and type of structures spawn randomly when the world is created. The only buildings that spawn with beds are houses. Small houses are buildings with one bed, and medium houses are buildings with two beds. They often have different layouts, decorations, and different colored beds. You can mimic these houses when expanding your village, or come up with your own designs!

Buildings without beds correspond to villager professions. Each one contains a job site block that belongs to a spawned villager. Unemployed villagers will search for unclaimed job site blocks, so be sure to build those, too! When unemployed, villagers have no profession and cannot trade with players.

Village Buildings and Job Sites

Village BuildingJob Site Block


Blast furnace

Butcher Shop


Cartographer House

Cartography table

Fletcher House

Fletching table





Shepherd House





Brewing stand

Tool Smith

Smithing table



A small farm grows around a stream of water in a village.
A small farm grows around a stream of water in a village.
Villagers gather around the bell at the meeting point of the village.

A small farm grows around a stream of water in a village.

Villages may also spawn with animal pens, farms, wells, and lamps. Most villages also have a meeting point with a bell that produces sound when you click on it. Ringing a bell warns villagers to flee to the safety of their homes. The bell also reveals mobs within 64 blocks by making them glow! A bell is a useful tool, but it has no crafting recipe; some villagers may sell a bell for 36 emeralds.

A larger house allows for more beds and more villagers.
A larger house allows for more beds and more villagers.
A baby villager sleeps in a bed at night, just like adult villagers.
These rows of beds are spaced apart so that villagers can reach them.

A larger house allows for more beds and more villagers.

2. Maximize the Number of Beds

When expanding your village, you do not have to conform to the default layout of structures. To maximize the size of your buildings, all you need are safe structures with walls, a roof, beds, and a door. You can even build an apartment to accommodate many villagers to make room for breeding!

Remember that zombies spawn at night and can turn your villagers into zombie villagers. Zombies, skeletons, spiders, and creepers will attack your villagers if they are outside. Light up the inside of your houses with torches to prevent mobs from spawning indoors. While villagers can sleep in beds outside, don&#x;t expect them to survive the night!

3. Find a Zombie Villager

Only five percent of zombies spawned at night are zombie villagers. Like normal zombies, zombie villagers will attack the player and other villagers. Zombie villagers also burn in direct sunlight. Normal zombies are also capable of turning villagers into zombie villagers. There is a % chance that a villager will be turned in hard difficulty and a 50% chance in normal mode. In easy and peaceful difficulty, there is a 0% chance.

Villages also have a 2% chance of generating as a zombie village. Zombie villages are full of zombie villagers, and all the houses are missing doors. There are no light sources, but zombie villagers can still burn in the sunlight. Glass panes are brown-stained instead of clear, and there may also be cobwebs and mossy cobblestone. If you find a zombie village, be sure to bring splash potions of weakness and golden apples with you!

A fermented spider eye brews into a potion of weakness in a brewing stand.
A fermented spider eye brews into a potion of weakness in a brewing stand.
Gunpowder mixes with a potion of weakness to make a splash potion.
A cured villager waits out the night in the iron bar prison.

A fermented spider eye brews into a potion of weakness in a brewing stand.

4. Cure a Zombie Villager

To cure a zombie villager, you need to weaken them with a splash potion of weakness and feed them a golden apple. Trapping zombie villagers in a prison cell of iron bars increases the rate at which they are cured. Under normal conditions, a zombie villager will be cured in around three minutes time. Trapping zombie villagers also helps keep track of them while they are being cured! Brewing a potion of weakness requires the following ingredients:

  • Mushroom
  • Sugar
  • Spider eye
  • Water bottle
  • Gunpowder
  • Blaze powder

Combine the mushroom, sugar and spider eye in a crafting table to create fermented spider eye. Then place the fermented spider eye in the brewing stand over a water bottle to brew a potion of weakness. You will need to activate the brewing stand with blaze powder! To turn your potion into a splash potion, combine it with gunpowder in the brewing stand. To craft a golden apple, surround an apple with eight gold ingots in a crafting table. Be careful&#x;when the cure takes effect, other mobs will try to hurt your villager!

5. Transport Villagers at Night

You can build a rail system to transport villagers from another village in minecarts. But this process takes a while and uses a lot of materials, especially if the village is far away. Luring villagers to your own with beds at night is a cheaper alternative:

  1. Wait for the villager to enter their home at night
  2. Destroy the bed the villager is sleeping in
  3. Place the bed down a short distance away
  4. Wait for the villager to walk over and sleep in the bed
  5. Destroy the bed the villager is sleeping in again
  6. Place the bed a short distance away
  7. Repeat the process until you reach your own village

This is more cost effective than building a rail system to transport villagers. But remember that transporting villagers at night can be dangerous! Doing this process at night is required because villagers will only sleep at night. Lighting the way to your village with torches will help make the trip safer. Transporting villagers this way can help you raise your village&#x;s population!

Design Your Village However You Want

There is no right or wrong way to make your own village as long as your houses have beds to accommodate villagers. You can use any materials to build your houses, decorate as you wish, and make as many structures as you like. You can even build apartment buildings or condos for your villagers. Building your village on creative mode can speed up the process and give you access to more materials. Whatever you decide, have fun creating your very own Minecraft village!

Questions & Answers

Question: How do I command a village to appear?

Answer: I don't know of any easy ways to do this. I've seen server plugins for it, but not a command that you can type into a command block.

Question: Can you build a village underground?

Answer: You can if you build underground structures and lure existing villagers down. I've never tried it myself, but I'll check it out!

Question: While playing Minecraft, I've spawned near a new gen village on my Nintendo Switch game and I was wondering if I have to build specific houses to get villagers with certain jobs, or if any house design would do? For instance, my village has no library so I haven't seen a librarian.

Answer: The type of building shouldn't matter. In the PC version at least, it is now more based on the number of beds available and by breeding the villagers when willing.

Question: How can I spawn fishermen in Minecraft?

Answer: As far as I know, you can't spawn specific villager types. You would have to go into creative mode and use villager eggs until a fisherman appeared.

Question: How many fence posts are needed to make a lamp post?

Answer: It's a cosmetic choice that is up to you, but in generic villages, the lamp posts tend to have two fence posts.

Question: In Minecraft, do the villagers have to be in the biome that they were from to stay?

Answer: No, that shouldn't matter as long as they have a building with beds inside.

Question: In Minecraft, can I call those village churches "mini castles"?

Answer: Sure! They definitely look like miniature castles, so the name fits.

Question: In Minecraft, what mobs will kill villagers?

Answer: Zombies are the only mobs that actively try to kill villagers - other mobs like skeletons and spiders specifically attack the player.

Question: How do you build a hut in Minecraft?

Answer: In villages, huts are tiny buildings made of wood logs, planks, cobblestone, and dirt (with glass panes for windows). You can follow that design, or make up your own!

Question: Can you take a crop harvested by a villager?

Answer: I believe that once the villager has harvested crops, you cannot take them from them.

Question: Can I play Minecraft as a guest?

Answer: If you are playing on the computer, you need an account to play Minecraft. If you are playing on an Xbox with someone who already has an account, you can play multiplayer with them, though!

Question: How do you color beds in Minecraft?

Answer: It's the same as the basic recipe for a bed - a row of wool blocks over a row of wood planks - except you use different colors of wool! The wool colors have to match - so if you want a pink bed, you need three pink wool. To get different colored wool, you need the corresponding dyes, which you can use directly on a sheep before shearing it.

Question: Can there be too many villagers in a village? In my village I built, a few of the villagers refuse to take professions. Is there a limit to how many employed villagers exist in a certain range?

Answer: Do you have enough beds for every villager in your village? This includes children - they need to sleep in beds as well.

Question: In Minecraft, can you just spawn villagers in your village and it will be fine as long as you have houses and beds?

Answer: Yes, if you spawn them in with Villager eggs, they will sleep in your existing beds. They will need unclaimed job sites to take on a profession, though!

Question: If I build village structures with beds and all, is there a chance that villagers will just spawn in the village? I'm in Minecraft Pocket Edition and I've been searching for a village for days!

Answer: It's unlikely that they will spawn on their own. That mechanic seems to have changed in the newer updates.

Question: I've noted that the traveling trader shows up anywhere I stick around if I get just one other villager will he breed?

Answer: As far as I know, you cannot breed other villagers with the wandering trader.

Question: Can I use spawn eggs for my villagers when playing Minecraft?

Answer: Yes. It can be difficult to move villagers over with the recent updates, and breeding does not work the way it used to.

Question: Should I make walls to defend it?

Answer: If you like! But remember to put torches along the top of the wall to prevent mobs from spawning up there.

Question: Do villages spawn on islands when playing Minecraft?

Answer: It's possible, as far as I know!

Question: How can I live like a villager in Minecraft?

Answer: In the latest update, villagers can all have different jobs. So you can pick one job - like farming, or fishing, etc - and practice that every day. Then you would go to sleep in your bed at night, wake up, and repeat!

Question: How do I assign a villager to a home in Minecraft?

Answer: You cannot assign a villager to a house - they will seek out a bed when night falls.

Question: I&#x;ve found deserted Minecraft village and I was wondering if I can revive the village and bring the villagers back?

Answer: If you try to bring villagers from another village over, you may be able to revive it.

Question: How big can a village get in Minecraft?

Answer: As big as you make it!

Question: Can you lead villagers with a lead while playing Minecraft?

Answer: Not as far as I know, no.


Bacon on February 12,

In the new update pillager patrols cant spawn in villages does that count for these self made ones

Muffin on January 29,

You can spawn and Iron Golem

with four iron blocks and a pumpkin head

mehr on December 30,

Can you lure an Iron Golem to protect your own village?

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on August 20,

@Billie Thanks for reading, I'm glad you enjoyed it!

Billie Ellish on August 18,

When i was first starting off with music videos, I really liked minecraft, Thanks for the tutorial.

Logan Giesting on August 06,

I need help for the command of /locate new village&#x;&#x; in Minecraft Pocket Edition, can you please.

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on January 16,

@Savanna Thank you for reading it!

Savanna Murphy on January 06,

I really like this guide and thank you

Wade Wheaton on November 19,

Didn&#x;t understand sorry I&#x;m wade wheaton&#x;s Child

Dan on July 03,

Very good article! Thanks! I found a village that has been completely killed by zombies. All the doors are gone and the place is empty. I put in new doors, but I guess you are saying that won't help anymore? Maybe I can steal some villagers from another village that isn't too far, but I don't want to destroy that village to do it. For the rail method, how do you load and unload villagers in the carts?

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on August 21,

@JoeMama I found a mushroom biome, spawned in a couple villagers, but have had no luck breeding them. I'm guessing that they cannot actually spawn in this biome. Let me know if you have better results, though!

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on August 21,

@JoeMama The last I knew, Mooshrooms were the only mob that spawned in mushroom biomes in vanilla Minecraft. I have yet to try breeding villagers on a mushroom island, so I don't know if it works. I'll come back and update if I discover more.

Joe Mama on August 21,

Can villagers spawn in mushroom biomes? I'm building an artificial village in one. I know that monsters don't spawn in mushroom biomes, so that's why I'm asking.

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on June 14,

@ChasChas I know there is a mod called Morph that enables you to morph into any mob you kill. So if you killed a villager, you could morph into one.

ChasChas on June 11,

This is great! I have a question- do you know how to become a villager on minecraft? I'd really like to know.

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on February 24,

@Pantaleimona: I don't actually believe building according to village blueprints will help a villager identify a structure as a library, butcher, etc. At least, nothing has come up in research. I am sure if you breed enough times, you have a chance of getting specific villagers, but they might not recognize the village buildings. I will give it go, though, and let you know what I find!

Also, villager breeding has changed a bit since recently: "as of Minecraft , villagers will now only breed when willing. Villagers become willing when they are traded with; normal trading awards experience, while making a villagers willing yields experience. Once a baby villager is born, the parents lose their willingness, and trading must be started all over again."

Pantaleimona on February 23,

Thank you so much for this really helpful article. I am building an NPC village on a Realms server atm. Can you please tell me, will the NPCs "recognize" the structures I have built (Butcher, Library, etc.) only if I follow the traditional village blueprints? Or are there other identifiers that can be used by way of interior decorations?

jjggg on October 12,

thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on October 11,

Thanks! Already built villages are cool too, less work involved. And as far as I know, this method still works and kicks in pretty quick.

Kurt Covaine on October 11,

Nice Work :D

i always go in creative mode just to find already built village, because i don't know how to make then :/

now i can :D

i want to play with NPC, so that i don't feel a little lonely haha

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on October 10,

Thank you for reading, and glad you think so!

Aaron Burton from US on October 10,

Very cool!

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on August 24,

@SimilarSam: Thanks! I had to make my own village in a few Minecraft worlds because I couldn't find any for the life of me.

Samuel Franklin on August 23,

Great overview of villages in Minecraft, I'm a fan of always doing the best to defend them in the first place but unfortunately zombies always sneak in somehow.

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on June 17,

Thanks for reading!

Rodric Anthony Johnson from Surprise, Arizona on June 17,

thanks for the tips

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on November 13,

Glad I could help!

JASSEN ASH on November 12,

Very helpful

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on September 25,

I don't remember exactly. It usually takes me a day to outline and research what I want to include in the hub, and another day to flesh it out and take my screenshots. Thanks for your feedback and the link back. You're super kind.

Skyler Parker from Idaho Falls, ID on September 24,

This is an awesome hub. Definitely adding a link back to my hub here:

About how long did it take you to write this hub?

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on June 07,

Thank you so much! I was playing with my boyfriend on a world where our home wasn't near a village. I found out you could make your own, and it is incredibly easy to do. I'm glad you loved my hub so much!

John Roberts from South Yorkshire, England on June 07,

I must say this is a fantastic guide! I tend to go on Creative Mode and have villages already made for me, but I think by playing the game how it should be, this will add so much more fun! Voted up, useful, interesting, awesome and funny! Keep up the good work, and I might consider subscribing!

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on May 18,

Thanks for the feedback! It can be very addicting, though too much of it at a time usually wears me out until I need a break anyway.

Alison Graham from UK on May 18,

Your guide is fascinating and definitely makes me want to play the game - I just know though that if I ever got started, I would be playing Minecraft instead of working! Voted up as a great read though!

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on May 17,

Thanks! I'm glad you think so.

summerberrie on May 17,

This is soooo cool. A really neat guide.

Jessica Peri (author) from United States on May 16,

Thanks for reading!

johnbwilkins from Sweden on May 16,

Odd, but nice guide!

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Village buildings and farms never generate completely "floating". However, if the structure generates partly on an overhang, water, etc., a platform of blocks generates beneath the building in a square‌[JE only] or circular‌[BE only] shape. The platform is made out of natural blocks such as grass, sand, sandstone, dirt, stone, and gravel. Structure blocks can be used to manually load
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The full list of the village house blueprints can be accessed by going here. Architecture style, and blocks making up the village structures, vary according to village type. Not every building can generate in a single village, although some blocks can be found in any village, such as job site blocks and food items. Buildings have different probabilities of generating, depending on village type
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Villages in Minecraft are actually one of the most complicated parts of the game logic. The generation is semi-random but has certain organization and then the villagers have complicated behaviors and "professions" that can change according to the size of the villages.

For more information on villages, see the Official Wiki entry on villages.

It is common for modders to want to either customize villages either in terms of the structures or the villagers themselves.

Replacing Construction Blocks In Vanilla Villages

There is an event called BiomeEvent.GetVillageBlockIDwhich can be used to replace construction blocks (not the crops and stuff, but rather the walls, planks, stairs) in villages.

Important: If you handle the event make sure you return a Result.DENYin order for your replacement to be used.

Getting Villages To Generate In Different Biomes

The MapGenVillageclass has a public static list of viable biomes called VILLAGE_SPAWN_BIOMES. You can edit it directly in the init loading phase of your mod using any standard Listmethods such as add(), remove(), clear()etc.

Adding Custom Village Structure "Pieces" To Vanilla Villages

A vlllage "piece" is a whole building like a church or other element like a field.

You can add new pieces to villages by:
  1. Create custom piece: creating a custom class that extends and implements the abstract class StructureVillagePieces.Village class. Some vanilla examples are Church, Field1, etc. At a minimum you need to implement the addComponentParts() method.
  2. Register piece: Important: Your custom piece needs to be registered in the init phase of loading with the MapGenStructureIO.registerStructureComponent() method.
  3. Create custom creation handler: After creating the village piece class you need to create a class that implements the IVillageCreationHandler interface. In the handler class you need to implement the getVillagePieceWeight(), the getComponentClass() and getBuildComponent() method to return your village piece. 
  4. Register creation handlerImportant: Your IVillageCreationHandler must be registered in your init loading phase using the VillageRegistry.getInstance().registerVillageCreationHandler() method. The registration requires you to set a "weight" for the chance it will be generated. You can understand the weights but looking at the vanilla village piece weights.
See example code.

Creating Full Custom Villages

If you're ambitious you might want to do more drastic customization of villages. To do this, you would:

  1.  Create map gen class: Create your own class that copies most of the code from the MapGenVillage and also changes the things you want to change. See example code.
  2. Associate it with chunk generator: For example, you can replace the villageGenerator field (which is public) in the ChunkGeneratorOverworld, or you can make a custom IChunkGenerator implementation if you're doing even more customization to the world generation. See example code where the villageGenerator field is an instance of my custom map gen.
  3. Register the structure: In the init loading phase of your mod, use the MapGenStructureIO.registerStructure() method to register the structure. See example code.

Custom Villagers

See Jabelar's Custom Villager Tutorial.


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Note that in zombie villages cobwebs sporadically replace any block besides chests, bells, crafting tables, carpets, and water source blocks, doors and torches are destroyed, and all non-stained glass or glass pane Is turned into their respective brown stained variant. All villagers that spawn in the village will instead spawn as zombie villagers. Animals and livestock spawn like normal villages. Cobblestone also have a higher chance of turning into mossy cobblestone than normal villages.

Also note that each farm spawns as one of four types of crop, chosen between wheat, beetroot, carrot, or potato. In Java Edition the crops that generate on a village farm spawn as seeds, while in Bedrock Edition they spawn as full-grown crops.


Mossy cobblestone sporadically replaces cobblestone when naturally generated, with zombie villages having an increased likelihood of it happening.

Note: Jigsaw Blocks not included.


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