But you can store food in chests right? I get that if food spoiled after a while, a fridge would be useful like in Ark, but I don't see the point in minecraft.
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Dec 26, 2018ScotsMiser posted a message on Favourite Villager (Feel Free to leave your favourites)Posted in: Discussion
If one has them, moving a 24paper/5glass librarian (or near to this) to the site of a large build and setting up a cane farm can be more convenient than making/moving the glass. [Depending on circumstances, one would still need to move 'small' amounts of leather, feathers, and ink to the site, but there will still likely be an advantage.]
Dec 26, 2018allyourbasesaregone posted a message on Favourite Villager (Feel Free to leave your favourites)Posted in: Discussion
Rather than favourite villagers, I have favourite buys. I like trading crops, wool, block crops, paper, raw meat, and iron as they are renewable from within most villages. I am neutral about rotten flesh and gold, as zombie pigmen and drowned are easy kills but time and food consuming to get reasonable amounts of drops from. I dislike leather and string for being too expensive, and I like trading coal but only once I have a Fortune III pickaxe or a Looting III sword as so I don't worry about running out of it. I never sell written books as that trade is glitchy as Herobrine, and I avoid selling diamonds an compasses obviously, unless I have just raided a million structures and the blacksmith or cartographer in question is being picky and blocking off ores or papers.
I also think that many villager sells are unbalanced. Why are iron and chainmail armour nearly as expensive as diamond armour, when they should be ions easier to craft? Same lack of logic for how redstone, glowstone, and lapis, which are all semi-common, are worth only 4 times less than ender pearls, which are actually hard to obtain.
Fun fact: coal is the most common villager buy. Half of all trading villagers right now buy it, and masons will all likely as well.
What irks me is that villagers are so uber-specific about what they buy. Although valid to some extent that coal and white wool are superior to charcoal and grey wool, for instance, you should still be able to sell them - maybe more of them for less? I will add this to a suggestion topic sometime.
Dec 26, 2018TheMasterCaver posted a message on Favourite Villager (Feel Free to leave your favourites)Posted in: Discussion
Prior to 1.8 blacksmiths sold every single type of diamond tool and armor - you only had to mine two diamonds to make an enchantment table - and I've saved at least a thousand on diamond pickaxes alone since I started trading in my first world (not that I need to as I've mined over 10 times as many diamonds, without Fortune; I just started trading for fun after I came across a village with a blacksmith who sold diamond pickaxes 2 1/2 years after I started playing).
Their trades really are a steal; 10 emeralds for a diamond pickaxe, which can then be obtained with 160 coal, 180 wheat, etc (if you are lucky the last offer from the blacksmith will be as little as 16 coal for an emerald so you only need a single villager; they would never lock the trade (it would automatically be unlocked when you close the GUI after reaching the trade limit) so you could keep trading it over and over. By this metric, one diamond is worth 40 coal when buying pickaxes, making it more than twice as common as what I find while caving. Even better, they treat charcoal the same as coal; even though I mine 2000 coal per play session I do not use any of it for trading, only charcoal).
Dec 26, 2018Colin_Henry posted a message on Favourite Villager (Feel Free to leave your favourites)Posted in: Discussion
Mine is between the farmer and the blacksmith... the farmers (in my opinion) have the best deals, but the blacksmith has a chest, furnaces, lava, iron bars, and stone slabs. Occasionally, you can get really lucky with good trades from them, but it's definitely a tie between him and the farmer.
Dec 26, 2018scorrp10 posted a message on Favourite Villager (Feel Free to leave your favourites)Posted in: Discussion
Brown robes are useful for emeralds and providing food to others. Librarians if they offer good books. First cartographer for mansion map. Maybe a purple robe to get rid of all the rotten flesh. The rest go into lava.
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