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More Villagers Minecraft Mod

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More Villagers Mod


While exploring your Vanilla Minecraft world, a village may appear on the horizon and may provide you with lots of loot. The best kind to find is through trading with villagers, but may feel limited due to the number of available jobs. Other times, it can be too repetitive for some players after accepting similar trades for a long time. This may lead you or others to search for solutions, which can be found in modifications. One of these is called More Villagers, a Forge and Fabric mod that implements nine new professions with unique tradable items. Whether you craft their work station to manually get what you want or randomly find them in nearby villages, you’re given the opportunity to make the perfect deal. Setting this up to play with friends is easily done on our panel, but may confuse newcomers. Due to this, we’ll show you how to install and use the More Villagers mod on your Minecraft server in this Apex Hosting guide.

How to Download

  1. Navigate towards More Villagers on CurseForge, then click Files near the top.
    More Villagers Mod CurseForge
  2. Scroll down and locate your desired Game Version for this mod.
  3. Once found, press the three vertical dots to the right and click Download File.
    More Villagers Mod Download
  4. Save this file somewhere easily accessible on your computer for later.


If you’re wanting to use Fabric, then do the same process for this version of More Villagers. Additionally, download the Fabric API modification to ensure everything works properly. Otherwise, continue following the sections below to proceed with the installation.


Client Installation

Setting up More Villagers on your Minecraft launcher requires either Forge or Fabric, depending on your desired setup. Once you’ve installed it, review the instructions below to begin using the mod.

  1. Open your Minecraft launcher and press Installations near the top of your screen.
    Minecraft Installations
  2. Locate your previously installed modded profile, then click its Folder icon.
    Minecraft Modded Profile
  3. In the newly opened window, find and enter the mods directory in the list.
    Note: If you aren’t seeing this, then create it before continuing.
  4. Proceed to drag and drop the More Villagers file in this folder.
    More Villagers Client Installation
  5. Return to your modded profile and press the Play button to begin loading it.


Server Installation

Before using the modification on your server, make sure to select Forge or Fabric from the Game File area. This is required to load More Villagers without any issues, similar to the client setup. When you’re ready, follow along below to get started.

  1. Head towards your Apex server panel, then click FTP File Access near the top left.
    Minecraft FTP
  2. Continue to type your Password in the text box and press the Login button.
    Minecraft FTP Login
  3. Find and enter the mods directory from the list, then click Upload at the top left corner.
  4. Proceed to drag and drop the More Villagers file in the respective area.
    More Villagers Server Installation
  5. Wait for this to reach 100%, then return to the main panel and generate a new world.
  6. Once this is finished, Restart the server so everything can begin loading properly.


Getting Started

More Villagers Mod Guide

After joining your server, locating a village will be your first step towards finding new trades. This can be done by simply running around the world until you get lucky. Once you’ve found one, go through each house and room to hopefully stumble on a new workstation. Alternatively, you can craft them with basic resources to force villagers into your desired profession. We highly advise using their official wiki or installing the JEI mod to easily view all crafting recipes for this process. Instead of jumping head first into these unique jobs and trades, review the subsections below to learn more about them to get started. Additionally, there’s an optional configuration for this mod if you’re wanting to tweak its generation or item offers.

Working Stations

As previously mentioned, there are nine new jobs villages can have with this mod. These all offer unique items that no other profession does, such as sea loot or highly valuable minerals. Although, some trades offer basic resources in exchange for emeralds and may not be favored in your server. Due to this, a couple workstations might be sought after more than others since they provide better loot.

More Villagers Jobs

Regardless of this, there’s plenty of possibilities with the More Villagers mod. We’ll break down each type of profession and what they offer down below.

Decayed Workbench

More Villagers Decayed Workbench

Starting off with an incredibly unique villager, the Netherologist comes from its Decayed Workbench that offers Nether items to players. Similar to other jobs, this one provides you with five levels of trades. Whether you’re getting the lowest or highest tier, all loot comes from its corresponding dimension. For example, players can get Basalt, Obsidian, or the Pigstep Music Disc.

This is a wonderful way to easily get resources from the Nether without entering its dangerous land. However, make sure to have plenty of emeralds or already-mined items from the dimension to successfully trade with the Netherologist.

Hunting Post

If you have any mob farm, then having a Hunter villager is a must have in your world. This is due to its valuable trades that allows you to exchange Bones, Gunpowder, and more for emeralds. Additionally, players can work their way up to its high tier trades that offer Outpost Explorer Maps or Ghast Tears for potions. This is also a wonderful way to obtain Slimeballs if you’re working on a sticky piston machine on the server. All you’ll need to do is find or craft a Hunting Post to begin enjoying these trades.

More Villagers Hunting Post


Gardening Table

More Villagers Gardening Table

Another great method for gathering emeralds or other items is trading with a Florist, brought to you by the Gardening Table. Whether you’re getting Glow Berries or Moss Blocks, there’s plenty of useful trades from this villager. There’s even custom maps that point you towards Jungle and Swamp biomes, only obtainable after reaching its higher levels.

This helps players that have too many junk-like items, such as Vines since they can be traded for emeralds. However, the Florist isn’t a sought after job due to other valuable professions.

Blueprint Table

Building any redstone machines can take lots of time and resources, which is bypassed with the Engineer villager from its Blueprint Table. These characters offer you a wide variety of blocks and tools, such as an Observer, Comparator, Hoppers, or Pistons. Keep in mind that a decent amount of emeralds are required to begin trading with this villager. If you find yourself low on these items, then consider trading Redstone for them. This mineral is commonly found in the world, so it’ll be a quick and efficient way to obtain emeralds.

More Villagers Blueprint Table


Forestry Bench

More Villagers Forestry Bench

Growing trees on your farm can be unfulfilling for many players, especially if you already have tons of wood planks. Fortunately, the Forester villager from the Forestry Bench allows you to trade Saplings for emeralds. This is an extremely useful way to collect emeralds for more offers, while also giving you enchanted diamond tools at its highest trading level.

As for all the other trades with this villager, they are mainly for exchanging emeralds for various types of Wood Logs. Besides the quick way to get rich from this job, it’s not entirely popular among players.

Purpur Altar

After defeating the ender dragon and exploring the End dimension, you may want to consider trading with an Enderologist from its Purpur Altar station. This villager allows you to exchange Endstone for emeralds, among other basic resources found in this void world. However, you can quickly get Firework Rockets, Shulker Shells, Dragon Heads, and End City Maps. These items are highly valuable, especially if you’re needing more storage or power for elytras.

More Villagers Purpur Altar

Enderologist villagers are considered to be one of the best from this mod, as there is lots of valuable loot from their offers.

Mining Bench

More Villagers Mining Bench

As you mine for resources deep within cave systems, try trading your leftover Deepslate blocks with Miners from the Mining Bench. This can easily give you tons of emeralds, which comes in handy for its higher level offers. For example, you can exchange them for an Enchanted Diamond Pickaxe, Mineshaft Explorer Maps, or simply trading raw minerals for other items.

Every server and world needs to have this villager due to its valuable trades. This provides you with many possibilities and chances for upgrading your gear.

Oceanography Table

Another popular trader to do business with is an Oceanographer from the Oceanography Table. This villager allows you to obtain unique materials, such as Sponges, Nautilus Shells, Heart of The Seas, or even Tridents. These trades can be a great way to build conduits or find loot from its Buried Treasure Maps offer. This isn’t the best character to get emeralds, as it requires Prismarine materials for them. However, it’ll still offer you and others a possibility for getting valuable items.

More Villagers Oceanography Table


Natural Generation

More Villagers Generation

Almost every village will have these custom workstations, but not all of them since the generation is random. This only applies to new worlds or structures that have never been rendered in an existing map. With this in mind, make sure to explore your environment to stumble upon these unique jobs. However, remember that you and others can easily craft them instead. Although, villagers are still required to begin trading for their items. Keep this in mind when using the modification on your server and world.


If you’re wanting to customize the generation of these custom jobs, then tweaking the mod’s config file is required. This is done through the FTP panel for both Forge and Fabric users. However, players looking to alter or make new trades need to use CraftTweaker and follow this tutorial to do that. By default, there aren’t any options to do this process due to the mod’s design. Besides this, the steps below will help you make any changes to the normal configs.

  1. Navigate towards your FTP File Access area, then login with your credentials.
  2. Afterward, enter the config directory near the top of the list.
    Minecraft Server Config
  3. Locate the morevillagers-common.toml file and press Edit, revealing its editor.
    More Villagers Config

    Note: If you’re using Fabric, then do this for the morevillagers.json file.

  4. Make your desired changes and click Save at the top.
    More Villagers Settings
  5. Return to the main panel and Restart the server to apply the edits.


Common Issues

Unable to Join Server

An extremely common issue to encounter is failing to join the server, which is likely caused by using an invalid IP Address:Port or Subdomain for the connection. Make sure to use the correct values during this process, as one mistake can result in failure. This information can be verified in the main panel, near the top of your screen. Besides this, an incorrect launcher configuration can also reject the connection to the server. Double check More Villagers are transferred to the local mods directory with its corresponding Forge or Fabric version properly installed too.

More Villagers isn’t Working

If you’ve tried crafting or using the new workstations and nothing happens, then this means the modification isn’t working. This is a common problem among the server, as uploading its JAR file in the incorrect directory happens a lot. Make sure to transfer this into the mods folder on your FTP panel, then restart from the main panel to begin loading everything. However, generating a new world is heavily suggested if you’re wanting to naturally look for these new jobs. If you’re using Fabric, then double check you’ve installed any dependencies so it’ll work normally. Otherwise, consider making a new Server Profile so no pre-existing files conflict with More Villagers.

Useful Links

More Villagers on CurseForge
Official Wiki for More Villagers
How to Add Mods to a Minecraft Server
Becoming a Minecraft Server Operator

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